Area Attractions

What does the day have in store? From quaint walking trails to shopping to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, it’s entirely up to you. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry. Any of the hotel staff will gladly point you in the right direction, often towards a hidden gem known only to locals.

Hyatt Centric The Woodlands

9595 Six Pines, Suite 1100
The Woodlands, Texas, United States, 77380

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Outdoor Activities

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Walk to The Woodlands’ premier live entertainment venue, located adjacent to the hotel. Catch amphitheater concerts spanning all genres of music plus performance arts, including the Houston Symphony, Ballet, and Grand Opera, and special events.

Lake Conroe

A 22,000-acre lake known for great boating and fishing on the shores of the 163,000-acre Sam Houston National Forest, located 20 miles away.

George Mitchell Nature Preserve

Located at the heart of The Woodlands, this captivating nature preserve features trails for hiking and biking, as well as a lake. Explore its 1,800 acres of stunning natural beauty on your next visit.

Texas TreeVentures

Set your sights on adventure at Texas TreeVentures, which features unique outdoor courses for thrill-seekers of all skill levels. Bring the family out for a day soaring among the tree tops at this unique attraction.

Riva Row Boat House

Rent a kayak and explore The Woodlands Waterway, go stand-up paddleboarding, or rent a swan boat or water bike. Riva Row Boat House offers several ways for you to enjoy a day out on the water.

Lakes Edge Boat House

Offering single and tandem kayak rentals and stand-up paddleboard rentals, Lakes Edge Boat House invites guests to spend a peaceful day out on The Woodlands Waterway taking in its stunning natural beauty and wildlife.

The Woodlands Waterway Square

This spacious public outdoor plaza is the centerpiece of The Woodlands, and serves as a gathering spot surrounded by unique sculptures and art, and a fountain that plays music alongside synchronized water movement.

Shopping

Market Street The Woodlands

A distinctive and sophisticated main street-styled retail and entertainment destination that allows visitors to shop specialty boutiques and upscale chain stores, dine and imbibe or stroll through an architecturally inviting atmosphere reminiscent of town centers of yesteryear. You're not near the action; you're in the middle of it.

Night Life

Waterway Nights

Take in live music from some of the area’s best artists at this spring and summer concert series. Taking place in vibrant Waterway Square, this series makes for an unforgettable family-friendly night out in The Woodlands Town Center.

Rock the Row

Throughout the summer and fall, Hughes Landing on Lake Woodlands offers live music every Thursday. Enjoy sounds from some of the region’s top performers, playing everything from rock to Motown to blues and beyond.

Concerts in the Park - Northshore Park

Northshore Park at The Woodlands offers free concerts seasonally on Sundays, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Bring your blankets, coolers, and pets and soak up an incredible night of live music under the stars.

Market Street Concert Series

This concert series is a must-visit for anyone traveling to The Woodlands. Free and open to the public, attendees are invited to spread out on blankets or lawn chairs and take in some of the area’s best performers.

Live Local Music

There’s always live local music happening at The Woodlands at many of the areas bars and restaurants, including the Goose’s Acre Bistro & Irish Pub, Mahoney’s Texish Bar & Restaurant, and the Refuge Bar & Bistro.

ART & CULTURE

The Woodlands Children’s Museum

Located off Woodlands Parkway, this museum is a must for families. Foster the imagination of your little ones at this family-friendly museum which features fun interactive exhibits designed for hands-on learning.

Acrobática

Grab a photo of this iconic sculpture, designed by Rafael Barrios, located in Hughes Landing. This geometric, transforming sculpture seems to move and shift as you walk around it, and has to be seen in person.

Glade Cultural Center

Browse this curated gallery of fine arts and antiquities which showcases both local and international artists and learn more about its public art collections, public art projects, education, and scholarship programs.