Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Dallas is just steps from popular things to do in Dallas, including the American Airlines Center, The JFK Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and iconic Dallas landmark Reunion Tower, conveniently connected to the hotel. You can also jump on a DART bus or train to the Bishop Arts District, the Dallas Zoo or popular shopping centers.

Hyatt Regency Dallas

300 Reunion Boulevard
Dallas, Texas, United States, 75207



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Reunion Tower

The best photo op in town is from 470 feet in the air! Conveniently attached to Hyatt Regency Dallas, "The Ball" is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Dallas. Get a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city from the GeO-Deck. Hyatt Regency Dallas guests receive 20% off Geo-O Deck admission when they show their room key.

Perot Museum of Nature & Science

From a tornado simulator to an enormous T-rex skeleton, there's so much for the whole family to see at the Perot Museum, less than 2 miles from the hotel! Even the building is unique: its trademark 150-foot glass-encased escalator extends diagonally outside the building.

Dallas Zoo

Lions and tigers and penguins and hippos (oh my!). Conveniently located just two miles from the hotel and accessible via DART light rail (which picks up from Union Station, connected to the hotel), the Dallas Zoo is the largest zoological experience in Texas.

Dallas World Aquarium

From a tropical seven-story rain forest exhibit full of birds, monkeys and sloths to the 22,000-gallon walk-through tunnel where sharks swim overhead, the Dallas World Aquarium is home to a unique display of flora and fauna from five continents, 14 countries, three oceans, numerous seas and rivers.


JFK Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Consistently named by travelers as a “must-see” destination, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The Museum is in the former Texas School Book Depository building, where evidence was found directly linking to the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Much of the exhibit space looks as it appeared in 1963.

Dallas Holocaust Museum

North Texas is home to over 50 survivors, refugees and hidden children from the Holocaust. The core exhibit of the Museum focuses on one specific day during the Holocaust—April 19, 1943, when three important things happened. The outcome of the events shows wartime heroism, Jewish resistance against all odds, and diplomatic indifference to the fate of Europe’s Jews.

Old Red Museum

Located inside the beautifully restored red castle-like Dallas County Courthouse building, built in 1892, The Old Red Museum contains some of Dallas' most fascinating historical artifacts, including J.R. Ewing's famous Stetson from the popular Dallas TV show.

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

Go in-depth into the eight year term of the 43rd President of the United States. The museum includes a full-size replica of the Bush Oval Office and a somber, fascinating look at the events of September 11, 2001.


Nasher Sculpture Center

Known for its collection of contemporary and modern sculptures, Nasher Sculpture Center is 55,000 square feet architectural wonder with 2 acres of lush landscaped gardens and theater style open aired terraces.

Performing Arts

Winspear Opera House

Home to the Dallas Opera and Texas Ballet Theatre as well as numerous concerts, lectures and Broadway shows, the Winspear Opera House was designed by British architect Spencer De Grey and built as a modern rendition of the traditional opera house structure.

Wyly Theatre

Home to the Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico, the Wyly Theatre is notable for its groundbreaking "stacked" design, which makes it one of the most versatile theatrical performing spaces in the world.

Dining and Nightlife

Deep Ellum

Explore the heart of Dallas culture dating to 1873. This vibrant arts, music and live entertainment district invites you to discover a new band, find unique restaurants, attend comedy shows and uncover cool art right in the center of the city.

Lower Greenville

A quaint neighborhood filled with a robust scene of bars and an ever-increasing number of noteworthy restaurants. The streets are always buzzing with activity, especially at night with its exciting nightlife scene.

West End District

Vibrant and exciting, this quintessentially Dallas neighborhood features charming historic architecture, great dining and cool nightlife. Find anything from Italian to Tex-Mex fare, museums and live music.

Bishop Arts District

Hop a free ride to one of Dallas' trendiest and most walkable shopping and restaurant neighborhoods via the Dallas Street Car, which picks up at Union Station, conveniently connected to the hotel. Grab brunch at Oddfellows, barbecue at Lockhart's, pizza at Eno's and no local would let you walk away without a trip to Emporium Pies.


Original Neiman Marcus Building

Situated in the heart of downtown Dallas, this iconic flagship store was built in 1913 and is the headquarters for the brand. Make a lunch date at the famous Zodiac restaurant and don’t miss the store’s spectacular annual holiday decor.

Highland Park Village

Luxury is on the menu at this high-end Dallas shopping and entertainment destination. Dine at 12 restaurants, shop at 100 retailers like Chanel and Dior, and enjoy the hottest Hollywood releases at the Village Theater.

West Village

Get to know “Uptown’s Downtown,” the most walkable shopping, dining, residential, and entertainment district in Dallas. Wander through this unique area to discover interesting boutiques and creative restaurants in the heart of the city.

Northpark Center

Discover the art of shopping at Northpark Center, Dallas’ premier retail and entertainment destination. Fill your bags at 200 stores and national retailers, from Gucci and ZARA, or dine at Breadwinners or La Duni Cafe.