Area Attractions

The Morristown, New Jersey, area offers plenty of things to do. Our hotel is within walking distance to The Green, a historic park, less than 10-minutes from 60 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues and a short drive from Mayo Performing Arts Center and Mennen Sports Arena. Connect to New York City via the NJ Transit Station, located a half-mile from the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Morristown

3 Speedwell Avenue
Morristown, New Jersey, United States, 07960



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AMC Theaters

Located right next door to Hyatt Regency Morristown, this cinema features ten screens showing all the biggest Hollywood hits. You’ll also find luxury recliners, food and bar service, plus premium offerings like Dolby Cinema and IMAX movies.

Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC)

Located two miles from the hotel, Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in Morristown, NJ, is a non-profit community theater supporting a wide range of programs. Discover diverse entertainment curated to enhance and educate through performances, concerts, plays and readings.


The Mall at Short Hills

Explore more than 170 specialty boutiques including Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Gucci. Discover several restaurants and four department stores: Nordstrom, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Neiman Marcus.


Be inspired by envelope-pushing art of every medium at this uber-trendy New York City neighborhood, known for its cobblestone streets, high-end art galleries, and nightlife hotspots. Shop from street vendors and at fashion boutiques.

History / Museums

Fosterfields Living Historical Farm

Experience what life was like for New Englanders in the 19th century at this 200-acre working farm. Watch costumed characters go about the era's daily chores, like butter churning, wood chopping, and weaving. Visit a Gothic revival mansion.

Historic Speedwell

See where the telegraph was invented when you tour the former factory site of Speedwell Ironworks, located just one mile from our hotel. Learn how cast iron was forged during the 19th century and tour restored rooms in the Vail family’s homestead.

Morris Museum (A Smithsonian Affiliate)

The Morris Museum creates opportunities for lifelong learning, discovery, and creativity, driven by the contemporary interpretation of its Guinness Collection of Mechanical Musical Instruments and Automata as well as its general collections. The museum features exhibitions, collections, performance and film, learning, and events throughout the year.

Macculloch Hall Museum

British immigrants George and Louisa Macculloch built Macculloch Hall in 1810. Come explore the largest collection of original work of political cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902), art, and American history where it happened. Enjoy exhibitions, collections, historic archives, gardens, interactional activities and educational programs.

Parks & Recreation

Lake Hopatcong

Uncover a splendid natural refuge with scenic trails for hiking and clear waters for fishing and boating. The lake is lined parks as well as unique restaurants, bars, and waterfront cafes that are directly accessible by boat.

Lewis Morris Park

Explore miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding at this 1,154-acre park. Organize a baseball game at one of the park's fields. Paddle around the lake in your canoe or kayak. Find picnic areas and a sandy beach for swimming.

Pinch Brook Golf Course

Refine your stroke on this 18-hole Rees Jones course. It was rated three-and-a-half stars by Golf Digest and ranked as one of the top 100 must-play courses by Golf Styles Magazine. Purchase a pair of golf gloves at the Pro Shop.

Patriots Path

Enjoy recreational activities, such as biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, jogging, walking your canine companion, and hiking. Comprised of 46.3 miles of main trails and 27 miles of spur trail located on 291.9 acres, Patriots’ Path is a trail system of hiking, biking and equestrian trails, as well as green open spaces. It links several federal, state, county, and municipal parks, as well as watershed lands, historic sites, and other points of interest throughout Morris County.

Jockey Hollow

This Morristown National Historical Park is nationally significant as the site of the 1779-80 winter encampment of the Continental Army under General George Washington. The historic landscapes, structures, objects, and archeological and natural resources at Morristown are tangible links to one of the most defining events in our nation's history. You can enjoy an array of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, and bird watching.

Loantaka Brook Reservation

Loantaka Brook Reservation is a general-purpose park comprised of 883 acres with 9.9 miles of trails. This linear greenway through a lush flat terrain park is perfect for bicycling, jogging, hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and much more! There are both paved and unpaved trails through a variety of scenery. Digital trail maps are available online.



Enjoy exciting horse racing every Friday and Saturday from May through December at this racetrack, which hosts thoroughbred racing and harness racing. Attend special programs throughout the season like food festivals and craft beer events.

Mennen Sports Arena

Go ice skating and play hockey year-round at this ice center, located less than two miles from our hotel. Participate in public skating sessions, group lessons, and hockey clinics. There are also non-ice activities like meetings and conferences.

Prudential Center

Home of professional hockey in New Jersey, this large-scale sports and entertainment arena hosts diverse music concerts, festivals, and sporting events. Catch Seton Hall college basketball games and major-league bands on international tours.

​MetLife Stadium

Cheer on New York’s two NFL football teams at this 82,500-seat stadium, one of the largest in the country. Located in Rutherford, New Jersey, the multipurpose complex also hosts international soccer matches and wrestling championships.

Downtown Morristown

Morristown Green

The Morristown Green has been the heart and soul of Morristown since it began appearing on maps in 1715. Over the course of its fascinating 300-year-history, The Green has been a military parade ground, a jail, a public execution ground and common pastureland, but today it is best known as a favorite gathering place for Morristown residents and visitors.