Area Attractions

A mix of steel town history and a modern urban renaissance, Pittsburgh is a vibrant destination to experience. Located at the airport, you’ll find a variety of fun things to do in Pittsburgh, all around our hotel. Cruise the river on the Gateway Clipper, cheer for the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field or root for the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. Hop on our shuttle and enjoy free transportation to nearby shopping and dining within a 7-mile radius. After exploring the area, enjoy a little down time at the hotel with a relaxing swim in the glass-enclosed heated pool or work out in the 24/7 StayFit™ Fitness Center.

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Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport

1111 Airport Boulevard PO Box 12420
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, 15231

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Art + Culture

The Carnegie Museums

While his first act of philanthropy was a library for his home town in Scotland, Andrew Carnegie went on to establish the Carnegie Institute, Carnegie Library, Carnegie Music & Lectures Halls, Carnegie Museum of Art, and Carnegie Museum of Natural History in his adopted American home. Carnegie's driving force was to establish resources for the people of Pittsburgh that he could have used in his formative years.

Carnegie Science Center

The USS Requin submarine (commissioned in WWII) moors on the north shore of the Ohio. It's one of the exhibits to be explored along with an extensive planetarium, observatory, and superb miniature railroad display that delights the child in all of us.

Andy Warhol Museum

Set inside an old warehouse, seven floors contain revealing glimpses into the psyche of Pittsburgh-native Andy Warhol, the man who coined the phrase "fifteen minutes of fame". The museum includes works in many media: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, film, and video.

Heinz History Center

Operating in association with the Smithsonian Institution. See the original Mr. Rogers Neighborhood, etc.

Pittsburgh Public Theater

Embark on a stunning night of cultural entertainment in the heart of the city at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, and enjoy a diverse array of productions from American classics, to international masterworks, world premieres, contemporary plays and musicals, and more.

Family Attractions

Kennywood Park

A historic amusement park and roller-coaster capital, Kennywood has brought generations of Pittsburghers lots of thrills and old-fashioned fun.

Sandcastle

There are 15 twisting and turning waterslides, a gentle Lazy River to float down, several pools, and the self-proclaimed World's Largest Hot Tub for the adults. The Riverplex at is the perfect place to plan your next party or event.

Station Square

On the south bank of the Monongahela River is a 40-acre site that was once the center of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad. The vestibule and waiting room are filled with decorative detail including marble mosaic, and stained-glass elements.

Nationality Rooms

Twenty-six classrooms in the towering Cathedral of Learning depict the city's diverse ethnic heritage through individual architecture and décor. Chancellor John Gabbert Bowman and an advisory committee conceived of a plan to create special classrooms that reflected the heritage of their student body. The result is a miniature tour of some of the finest craftsmanship in the world.

National Aviary

Over 600 species of the world's most colorful and exotic birds call this unique environment home. Unencumbered by cages, snowy egrets, parrots of every kind, and even hummingbirds fly gracefully through the foliage inside this unique habitat setting.

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

One of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the US, this family-friendly destination sits on 77 acres and exhibits more than 4,000 animals of 475 different species. Major exhibits include the African Savanna, Tropical Forest and a Kid’s Kingdom with interactive exhibits perfect for teaching children about wildlife.

Parks + Recreation

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

Located just 15 minutes from the hotel in Oakdale, the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden spans across a total of 452 acres and hosts around 300,000 visitors per year. The Garden officially opened in April 2015 and features three miles of trails through gardens, woodlands and more. Utilize our complimentary shuttle to get to and from the Garden during your stay.

Raccoon Creek State Park

Also located close to our Pittsburgh Airport hotel is the Raccoon Creek State Park, one of Pennsylvania’s largest and most visited state parks. Encompassing 7,572 acres (including the 100-acre Raccoon Lake), this park is perfect for hiking, fishing, picnicking, snowmobiling, ice skating and so much more. Allow our complimentary shuttle to take you to and from the park.

KeyBank Pavilion (formerly First Niagara Pavilion)

Pennsylvania’s biggest outdoor amphitheater, with a seating capacity of 23,000 - roughly 7,100 seats make up reserved open-air seating and about 16,000 seats in the lawn. The KeyBank Pavilion hosts numerous top named performers throughout the season and is located just a short drive from Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh Airport.

Mount Washington

Nowhere else can you stand in the city and look out on Downtown and miles beyond as you can on Mount Washington. Ascending 400 feet and traversed by two funicular railways (called inclines) – Mount Washington is a haven for strolling sightseers, lovers, and busy captains of industry taking in lunch at one of the posh bars and eateries that dot the cliff side.

Phipps Conservatory

Donated by millionaire industrialist Henry Phipps, this conservatory is a 13-room Victorian glasshouse full of beautiful gardens in a climate-controlled environment. The conservatory houses one of the country's finest bonsai collections, and there are floral displays to rival the Rose Parade at holiday periods.

Point State Park

Most visits to Pittsburgh include a trip downtown to "the Golden Triangle" where an impressive 30-foot-high fountain forms the apex of a geographical triangle right at the point where the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers meet to form the Ohio. Also visit the Fort Pitt Museum in the park.

Shopping

The Mall at Robinson

Pittsburgh’s newest shopping center features Dick's Sporting Goods and 100 specialty stores. Use our complimentary shuttle service to get to and from the Mall, just a short distance from our hotel.