Area Attractions

Our hotel places you in the epicenter of the Hudson Valley, just a 5-minute drive or shuttle ride to Purchase College New York. Enjoy easy access to area attractions such as the Westchester Mall, Playland Park or The Capitol Theatre. Unwind outdoors and tee off at one of several public golf courses or relax at a local winery or brewery after a day of sightseeing. Explore all the things to do near White Plains.

Hyatt House White Plains

101 Corporate Park Drive
White Plains, New York, United States, 10604



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Public Golf Courses

Dunwoodie Golf Course

Located on 126 acres in Yonkers, this course offers a challenge with its topography. Also available are practice greens, a lighted driving range, clubhouse with restaurant, pro shop and locker rooms.

Hudson Hills Golf Course

This championship golf course in Ossining, NY, is set in the hilly countryside of the Hudson River Valley. Hudson Hills also offers locker rooms, a practice green, restaurant and prop shop.

Maple Moor Golf Course

Maple Moor, a 6,375-yard, par-71, 18-hole course, known for its trees is located on 140 acres in White Plains. Maple Moor also offers locker rooms, a practice green, restaurant and a pro shop.

Saxon Woods Golf Course

Saxon Woods offers 6,293 yards with a par-69. With recent renovations, this course offers 700 acres to play along with locker rooms, a practice green, driving range, restaurant and pro shop.

Family Attractions

Legoland Discovery Center

Visit this magical amusement park where everything is Lego themed. Enjoy several mini attractions inside the park including the Master Building Academy, 4D Cinema and Kingdom Quest.

Playland Park

Located on Long Island Sound, Playland recreation opportunities abound with an Olympic-size pool, beach with boardwalk, miniature golf, an indoor ice-skating rink, amusement rides and dining.

Colleges + Universities

Purchase College, State University of New York

Located in Harrison, this university sprawls across 500 acres. SUNY Purchase offers courses in liberal arts and sciences with conservatory programs in the visual and performing arts.

Pace University Westchester

Located in downtown White Plains, Pace University is a private liberal arts and sciences universities with 50 program facilities. Pace has three locations in and around the New York City area.

Parks + Recreation

Rockefeller State Park Preserve

Retreat to forested hills and valleys of this 1,771-acre park. Designed by the National Audubon Society, the park is a must for birders. Open year-round featuring 45 miles of carriage roads.

Cranberry Lake Preserve

This 190-acre park offers a variety of wildlife habitats including a four-acre lake, woodlands and swamp. The onsite nature center offers family-friendly programming on weekends.

Fairchild Wildflower Audubon Sanctuary

One of seven sanctuaries managed by the National Audubon Society in Greenwich, Conn., this 135-acre park offers 8 miles of trails through a variety of habitats and is local hot spot for birders.

Arts + Culture

The Capitol Theatre

Originally opened in 1926 as a playhouse, today The Capitol Theatre is a premier rock venue. Partnered with The Bowery Presents, you can now see your favorite band live in this classic venue.

Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate

Kykuit, also known as the John D. Rockefeller Estate, is a 40-room historic house museum in Sleepy Hollow, New York built for John D. Rockefeller and features ana rt gallery and sculpture garden.

Hudson River Museum

Situated on the Hudson River, the Hudson River Museum exhibits American art from the nineteenth-century Hudson River School to contemporary art installations. It also offers a public planetarium.

Pet Friendly Attractions

Bark Dog Park

Treat your pup to a day of play at our dog park. The park features a water fountain, waste receptacle and bag dispenser, plus a special area for younger dogs to play. Any dogs entering the park must have a tag and be current on their vaccinations.

Bronx River Pathway

Take your dog for a walk on this pet-friendly trail, part of the 807-acre Bronx River Reservation. The trail is located right next to the Bronx River Parkway and provides the perfect spot for roaming with your pup and taking in the scenery.

Saxon Woods Park

Plan the perfect adventure with your dog in this beautiful park that spans 2.5 miles along the Mamaroneck River. Located in Westchester County, it’s a great spot for spending the day with your pup and hiking among woodland surroundings.

Rumbrook Park East Dog Park

Give your pup some much-needed exercise and let them get their zoomies out in this one-acre fenced-in dog run located at East Rumbrook Park. There’s also a wooded trail where you can go for a walk. Dogs must be on leash on the trail.

Pet Friendly Restaurants

O'Connor's Public House

O'Connor's Public House is a traditional Irish bar, complete with a resident Irish manager. Renowned for our selection of 15 draft beers, friendly staff and sunny beer garden, O'Connors is a favorite with locals and a destination for visitors.


The Source at White Plains

Embark on a day of shopping at this sprawling shopping center in downtown featuring name brand retailers. Shop for clothes and necessities, then enjoy some lunch at The Cheesecake Factory or Whole Foods.


Mix Cocktail Bar & Kitchen

Sip and savor creative concoctions at this modern bar-restaurant. Boasting mixologists that serve up unique handcrafted cocktails, along with an innovative menu of shareable dishes, Mix is a place of new discoveries.

Historic Landmarks

Battle of White Plains Park

Built in 1976 to honor the site of the Battle of White Plains, this historic park is a great spot for families, offering a children’s playground, areas to unwind and take in the scenery, and fun seasonal programs.

Jacob Purdy House (Washington’s Base)

Travel back through history at this iconic landmark, which was used as General George Washington’s headquarters during the American Revolutionary War. Learn about its past and the role it played in the Battle of White Plains.

The Historical Society, Inc. of Sleepy Hollow & Tarrytown

Those interested in the history of the villages of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown won’t want to miss out on a visit to this local attraction, where you can learn more about their history and the folklore that surrounds them.

Jay Heritage Center

The home of American founding father John Jay, this historic site is a part of the Boston Post Road Historic District. The estate is a lens looking back into the past, illuminating Jay’s role as an anti-slavery advocate and governor.

The Armour-Stiner Octagon House

The Armour-Stiner Octagon House remains one of the most striking and unique architectural homes in the world. This domed Victorian-style home in Westchester County is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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