Area Attractions

Whether you want to check out nearby Minneapolis entertainment districts or explore fun things to do in the Twin Cities, our convenient location on Nicollet Mall puts you in the heart of it all. Located steps from Target Center, Target Field, and the new US Bank Stadium, we make it easy to see a variety of professional sporting events, including the Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, and Lynx. While relaxing at the hotel, you can take a refreshing swim in our indoor heated pool or workout in the 32,000 sq. ft. StayFit™ Gym, open 24-hours a day.

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis

1300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, 55403

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Shopping

Mall of America

Since opening their doors in 1992, Mall of America has revolutionized the shopping experience for tens of millions of visitors each year. Boasting over 520 stores and 50 restaurants, Mall of America provides an unforgettable experience. Discovering family fun at their stores and theme parks is as simple as a 25 minute light rail trip.

Nicollet Mall

Nicollet Mall is known to be downtown’s core shopping and entertainment area. Remodeled in 2017, it has become a one-stop destination for both workers and residents of the area. Connecting retail, entertainment, and nightlife, Nicollet Mall has something for everyone.

Midtown Global Market

Occupying the historic Sears Roebuck and Co building, Midtown Global Market is a vibrant cultural center where the local community gathers. It is home to over 45 businesses which span 22 cultures, providing a global experience to visitors. With a variety of tastes, retail stores, and music and dance programs, over 1.5 million patrons visit Midtown Global Market each year.

IDS Crystal Court

Featuring a full service salon along with a selection of retailers, IDS Crystal Court was based after a historic Italian piazza. In addition to light shopping, IDS Crystal Court is a great place to explore as it boasts a cascading 105 foot ceiling-to-floor water fountain, a canopy of glass skylights, and an urban park with black olive trees.

Fine Art & Museums

Weisman Art Museum

Visit the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota to see contemporary art and the work of 20th century American artists such as George O’Keeffe and Marsden Hartley. Admission is free.

Guthrie Theater

Guthrie Theater is known for allowing exception artists to explore both classical and contemporary plays while connecting to the community. They are deeply rooted in the Twin Cities and have been since being founded in 1963. From well-known productions such as West Side Story to more modern stories, there is an amazing variety of art to experience when visiting the Guthrie.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA)

Covering nearly 8 acres, the Minneapolis Institute of Art is a free fine art museum that allows photography of its personal collection. Featuring pieces from Vincent Van Gogh and Henri Matisse, this museum was founded in 1883 and has been adding to their exceptional collection since. The institute also has a number of outdoor exhibits which are great for enjoying on beautiful summer days in the Twin Cities.

Mill City Museum

Mill City Museum was built within the ruins of a flagship mill of what would later become General Mills. It was the largest and most technologically advanced flour mill in the world when it was completed in 1880. With everything from a museum to a farmers market to city tours, it is a great way for anyone from a single traveler to a family to spend the day.

Historic Attractions

St. Anthony Main

Overlooking the Mississippi River in the downtown riverfront district, St. Anthony Main boasts the oldest brick and stone buildings in Minneapolis. Along with your “trip back in time” walking the cobblestone streets, enjoy several restaurants, a coffee shop, and a 5-screen movie theater or one of the dozens of festivals and events held throughout the year.

Historic Fort Snelling

Fort Snelling was a United States military fortification located at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers. This National Historic Landmark is available to visit daily and features experiences from group tours to special exhibits.

Cathedral of St. Paul

One of the most distinctive cathedrals in the U.S., The Cathedral of St. Paul sits atop Summit Hill overlooking downtown St. Paul. Tours are offered.

Basilica of St. Mary

Built in 1905, the Basilica of St. Mary is the first basilica established in the United States. The church features the Basilica Cathedral Choir which is a 90-voice auditioned choir each Sunday. Each summer, the church also is the venue for the Basilica Block party music festival.

Sports

Target Field

Located in Minneapolis’ historic warehouse district. Target Field is an open-air ballpark and hosts many noteworthy events including baseball games, soccer, and outdoor concerts.

Mariucci Hockey Arena

The Mariucci Ice Hockey Arena is located on the campus of the University of Minnesota. This breathtaking arena has hosted an NCAA Regional three times in the last seven years and it has a seating capacity of 10,000.

Target Center

Fresh from a $97 million renovation, Target Center is the place to be in Minneapolis. Target Center hosts major family shows, concerts.

Xcel Energy Center

Xcel Energy Center is home to the Minnesota's hockey team. Not only is it a great place to catch a hockey game, but they also feature concerts from major recording artists year round in the indoor venue.

The Great Outdoors

Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls is a 193-acre park showcasing a 53-foot waterfall, beautiful limestone bluffs and the mighty Mississippi River. Take the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway and explore a 50-mile loop of outdoor recreation and feel free to take your four legged pal to the Minnehaha Falls Off-leash Dog Park.

St. Anthony Falls

”The birthplace of Minneapolis,” St. Anthony Falls marks the point where The Missouri River and The Mississippi converge. This once natural waterfall was transformed from a beautiful and magical site to the engine that now powers the city and the region today.

The Mississippi River / Historic Minneapolis Riverfront District

Mark Twain made it famous in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, but the Mississippi River has been a major attraction since it was first discovered. Now the main attraction is the Historic Minneapolis Riverfront District where there is something for everyone.

Chain of Lakes

Located about 5 miles southwest of downtown Minneapolis, the Chain of Lakes encompasses five bodies of water around Minneapolis byway district. Stroll or bike along 13 miles of paved shoreline paths. Rent a canoe or kayak at Lake Calhoun. Or, catch an outdoor summertime concert at Lake Harriet.

Family Activities

Como Park Zoo & Marjorie McNeely Conservatory

Como Zoo & Marjorie McNeely Conservatory is the ideal activity for a fun-filled day with the family. From the amusement park to mini golf to the exotic plants in the beautiful gardens, Como Zoo is guaranteed fun for everyone.

Minnesota Zoo and Imax Theatre

The Minnesota Zoo is home to more than 4,700 animals from around the world. The Zoo features cutting edge exhibits, educational programs, and conservation platforms to protect endangered species and preserve critical ecosystems.

Valleyfair

Take a trip to the Upper Midwest’s largest amusement park and enjoy an experience unlike any other. You will find everything from thrill rides to family entertainment all just a short drive from the hotel.

Nickelodeon Universe

Located at the center of Mall of America, Nickelodeon Universe is an indoor amusement park featuring some of the most beloved Nickelodeon characters. With over 27 rides from roller coasters to family rides there is something for all age and courage levels.