Stay close to all the action in downtown Columbus from our hotel within walking distance of the Arena District and its many theaters. Catch a hockey game at Nationwide Arena, shows and dining at the Short North Arts District, or riverfront recreation on Scioto Mile—all within walking distance of Hyatt Regency Columbus.
The oldest surviving theater in central Ohio, this stunning venue is the perfect place to catch a musical performance or theater production, and is home to the Columbus Jazz Orchestra, Chamber Music Columbus, and the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra.
Don’t miss this historic restored theater for a charming performance, from musicals to dance productions to concerts. The former movie theater is one of the most iconic in Columbus, boasting beautiful revival architecture.
Catch a concert, comedy show, or other live entertainment at this unique performance art venue. Rock musicals, sketch comedy, and family-friendly daytime shows are among the most popular at this theater company.
A ten-minute walk from the hotel, this busting destination is home to more than 300 destinations, from art galleries and museums to unique restaurants, bars, and shops. Explore on your own or take a one-of-a-kind themed tour.
This arts and entertainment destination is a must-visit in Columbus, with tons of restaurants, bars, breweries, lounges, and entertainment and live music venues to explore. Walk five minutes from the hotel to this thriving district.
Encounter more than 7,000 animals spanning 800 species in this expansive zoo and neighboring aquarium. Explore the various regions, from North America to the Polar Frontier to the Heart of Africa or spend the day in the water park or on rides.
With more than 300 interactive exhibits, the 320,000 square foot science and innovation museum is one of the largest of its kind in the US. Explore, learn, and be inspired by innovative galleries, exhibitions, and shows.
Stretching from the Arena District to the Whittier Peninsula, this scenic riverfront space provides more than 175 acres to explore, stroll, bike, and enjoy. Visit the fountains, attend an outdoor event, or browse the arts and cultural exhibits
Featuring 88 acres of horticultural wonders, this conservatory and garden boasts a variety of beautiful attractions, including an apiary, berry house, rose pavilion, and special art galleries, exhibits, and educational programming.
A historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus, this quaint area is on the National Register of Historic Places and home to German-themed restaurants and dining destinations, plus the eclectic Brewery District.
A modern gym and fitness facility with personal trainers and classes, guests of Hyatt Regency Columbus enjoy access to stay fit and get in a workout at this club in the heart of the Arena District, just ten minutes from the hotel.
One of the region’s most beloved sports complexes, this ballpark in downtown Columbus’ Arena District is home to minor league baseball and a fun way to spend an afternoon or evening in a state-of-the-art stadium.
Get your fix for amateur and Major League Soccer at this stadium that’s also home to lacrosse, rugby, and football games in Columbus. Located ten from the hotel, the arena also hosts the region’s biggest music festivals and outdoor concerts.
COSI (Center of Science and Industry) is a science museum and research center located on the Banks of the Scioto River, featuring over 300 interactive exhibits throughout themed exhibition areas. COSI offers a thrilling and educational atmosphere for those of all ages to explore and learn more about our environment, our history, and our humanity.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium offers one of the most exciting and adventurous attractions Columbus has to offer. The Zoo is home to more than 9,000 animals from all corners of the globe. If you’re looking for more than just an animal adventure, you can enjoy the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay Water Park or the 18-hole Safari Golf Club, both of which are located next to the Zoo.
Ohio’s first chartered art museum, located within a mile of the hotel, features exhibits highlighting late 19th and early 20th Century American and European art, along with modern works and weekly music events, talks by local artists, and workshops.
Visit this poignant museum that shares veterans’ journeys across all branches through personal artifacts, images, and films. Permanent exhibitions include 14 themed galleries, memorials, and educational resources for civilians in support of veterans.