Area Attractions

Nestled in NOMA Square, Hyatt Regency Greenville is the perfect destination for guests looking to immerse themselves in the area. From dining hot spots to tranquil walking trails, you can always find something that piques your interest. While you’re in town, see a concert at Bon Secours Wellness Arena, enjoy a little retail therapy at Haywood Mall, and get up close to wildlife at the Greenville Zoo. See why Greenville is a treasured city to both locals and visitors alike when you stay with us.





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Hyatt Regency Greenville

220 North Main Street
Greenville, South Carolina, USA, 29601



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Arts & Culture

Poinsett Bridge

Built in 1820, Poinsett Bridge is believed to be the oldest surviving bridge in all of South Carolina. Discover it at the 120-acre Poinsett Bridge Heritage Preserve.

Greenville County Museum of Art

View works by prominent American artists including Andrew Wyeth, known for his watercolor landscapes, portraits, and still lifes, at this museum.

Family Attractions

The Children’s Museum of the Upstate

Kids of all ages will love the 18 hands-on exhibits at this museum, which includes a TV studio, construction zone, and garage band.

Food & Drink

Smoke on the Water

A Greenville standby, this taproom serves up classic Southern dishes and heaping barbecue platters; try a craft beer to complete your meal.


BMW Performance Driving School

Fuel the need for speed at this high-performance driving school, where you can learn to drive like the pros from seasoned instructors.

Cross Winds Golf Club

Get ready for a memorable day of golf at this 18-hole, par-3 course, which is notable for having every hole created by a different designer

Bonnie Brae Golf Club

Tee off at this pine-tree-laden, 18-hole course, which treats golfers to the gorgeous Upstate scenery as they play through.


Parks and Recreation

Swamp Rabbit Trail

Go for a run or bike ride along this popular trail located along a converted railroad route. The paved path connects Falls Park on the Reedy to Furman University and Travelers Rest.

Falls Park on the Reedy

If there’s a symbol for Greenville, the pedestrian-only bridge within this 32-acre park might be it. Stroll across the bridge, located on the southern tip of Main Street, and admire the 40-foot natural waterfall churning below.

Cleveland Park

Play tennis, volleyball, and softball in this historic, 122-acre park, which is also home to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Greenville Zoo.