Area Attractions

From sporting events and shopping to concerts and performing arts, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do near downtown Columbus when you stay at our hotel. We are within steps the Nationwide Arena and right in the heart of the vibrant Short North Arts District where you’ll find a variety of eclectic restaurants and bars. If you’re looking for activities at the hotel, visit our 24-hour StayFit™ Gym, swim laps in the glass enclosed heated pool, or soak up the sun on the seasonal outdoor sundeck.

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Hyatt Regency Columbus

350 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio, USA, 43215

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Concerts and Performance Arts

Palace Theatre

Discover a historic and charming theatre for the performing arts at 34 W. Broad Street, right in the heart of Columbus. The Palace Theatre dates back to 1926 as part of the LeVeque Tower.

Southern Theatre

Dating back to 1896, the Southern Theatre is the oldest surviving theatre in Central Ohio. Take in its historic ambience and enjoy an array of live shows and entertainment.

Ohio Theater

Located at 39 E. State Street, the Ohio Theatre was originally a 1928 movie palace, and now stands as an incredible venue for the performing arts.

Shadowbox

Enjoy live music, sketch comedy, musicals, dance, and more at Shadowbox, in the heart of Columbus.

Sports and Entertainment

Short North Arts and Entertainment

Columbus’s Short North neighborhood is an eclectic arts district with plenty of dining, entertainment and nightlife options to explore. Located just north of our downtown Columbus hotel, the Short North area is a popular destination for its bohemian atmosphere, unique shops and thriving artistic scene.

Arena District

You'll discover many great restaurants, bars and entertainment venues in Columbus, Ohio’s Arena District, a popular urban destination located very close to our downtown Columbus hotel.

Museums

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

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.

Center of Science and Industry

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.

Parks and Recreation

Scioto Mile

Experience the call of nature at its most serene and beautiful at the Scioto Mile. This expansive riverfront park stretches from the Arena District to the Whittier Peninsula and connects downtown to the Scioto River. Stroll along this stretch of natural wonder, surrounded by fountains, benches, and complimentary WiFi to keep you connected.

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens offers Columbus an inspiring and unforgettable experience inspired beauty of fine arts of the botanical world.

German Village

The German Village is one of Columbus’s historic neighborhoods located just south of downtown. Settled in the mid-19th century by a large number of German immigrants, the neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, becoming the largest privately funded preservation district in the United States.

Arena District Athletic Club

Discover a fresh and modern gym in downtown Columbus in the heart of the Arena District. Workout on top-of-the-line equipment, get tips from personal trainers, and more. All Hyatt Regency Columbus guests receive complimentary access to the Arena District Athletic Club.