Area Attractions

Part historic college town, part thriving commercial district, downtown New Brunswick offers plenty of attractions. Stay at one of the premier hotels near Rutgers University and visit the campus. Walk to the majestic theaters of New Brunswick for off-Broadway shows and concerts or explore the nearby historic churches.

Hyatt Regency New Brunswick

Two Albany Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, 08901



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Historic Sites

Bucceleuch Mansion Museum

Tour one of New Brunswick’s oldest and most historic homes to take in the classic Georgian architecture and nearly 80 acres of beautifully landscaped parkland. See the collections of arts, artifacts, and furnishings dating to the American Revolution.

First Reformed Church

Home to the Dutch Reformed Church since 1717 and erected in 1812, this historic church, also called the Town Clock Church can be found in the commercial center of 19th Century New Brunswick. Attend an event or take a guided tour of the grounds.

New Brunswick Theological Seminary

The oldest independent seminary in the country and the first-established one in North America, the NBTS is located within a mile of the hotel. Visit the historic campus and the Sage Library, featuring more than 160,000 volumes in a Victorian book hall.

Washington Crossing State Park

Experience General George Washington's historic crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Night in 1776.Washington Crossing State Park is the site of General George Washington’s historic 1776 Christmas night crossing of the icy Delaware River. For almost ten hours, boats and ferries moved continuously back and forth carrying men, horses and cannon to the Jersey side.

Rutgers University

New Jersey’s state university, this longstanding college boasts 29 schools, with a thriving campus in New Brunswick that is home to research centers, libraries, museums, and a competitive athletics program walking distance from the hotel.

Family Activities

Six Flags Great Adventure

Day trip to the thrills at this local favorite amusement park where dozens of rides, rollercoasters, and attractions await. Play together on family- and kid-friendly rides, feed giraffes and encounter animals on an off-road safari, or catch a show.

Supercharged, World’s Largest Indoor Go-Karts

Our 131,000 square foot entertainment venue offers something for everyone in your family. Featuring the World’s Largest Indoor Multi-Level Karting Track, Luxury Axe Throwing, massive interactive Gaming Arcade with a prize center, Virtual Reality, Bionic Bumper Cars, two-story Drop & Twist Tower Ride, and so much more!


Menlo Park Mall

Come to Freehold Raceway Mall and experience a phenomenal time. The mall's anchor stores are JCPenney, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Nordstrom and Sears. Enjoy extra amenities such as, valet parking in front of The Cheesecake Factory.

Bridgewater Commons

Drive 30 minutes to this sprawling mall for shopping, dining, and entertainment, including a movie theater. Browse nearly 160 stores, including anchors Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, and Bloomingdale’s or join in community events like mall walks.

Woodbridge Center

Boasting more than 200 stores and restaurants, this mall in Woodbridge is a 20-minute drive from the hotel and offers tax-free shopping at retail destinations like Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, J. C. Penney, and Sears.

Top Attractions

State Theatre New Jersey

Located within a ten-minute walk of the hotel in downtown New Brunswick, this historic theater has been restored to its 1920s vaudeville glamour. Performances range from international orchestras and Broadway shows to rock concerts and family events.

New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) is a transformational project that has propelled New Brunswick’s Downtown Cultural Arts District into the spotlight as the region’s most exciting and dynamic performing arts center. Home of American Repertory Ballet, Crossroads Theater Company, George Street Playhouse and Rutgers Mason Gross School of Arts