Area Attractions

Located directly between Dallas and Fort Worth, we are 30 minutes or less from Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor, AT&T Stadium, and Klyde Warren Park, the grassy local hotspot that is perched above the DFW highway system. Not wanting to travel to the downtowns of our metroplex? Hop on the Grapevine Visitor’s shuttle for a short 5-10 minute ride and visit the Historic Downtown Grapevine. Our Guest Services Agents are happy to assist you by preparing maps and itineraries, reservations, or recommendations.

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Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport

2334 North International Parkway, P.O. Box 619014
DFW Airport, Texas, United States of America, 75261

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Sports & Events

AT&T Stadium

The stadium’s stunning appeal features the world’s largest column-free interior, the fourth largest HD video screen, and a retractable roof. AT&T Stadium seats 80,000 people but has a maximum capacity, including standing room, of 105,000 people. The stadium is used for a variety of concerts, basketball games, boxing matches, college football games, and much more.

Globe Life Park

Globe Life Park features a baseball museum, a youth baseball park, recreation areas, and fireworks every Friday night during the regular season.

American Airlines Center

The American Airlines Center offers an electrifying experience for many sports games and other events, such as concerts and collegiate sporting events.

Texas Motor Speedway

Cheer on your favorite driver, or get behind the wheel and enjoy the ultimate “Texas Driving Experience” offered here. The driving experience is fun for group business meetings as well as individual drivers. Visit the website for more information.

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Six Flags Over Texas & Hurrican Harbor

Located just minutes outside the DFW area, in Arlington, Texas, Six Flags features over 100 heart pounding rides and thrills. The park also offers kid-friendly coasters, live entertainment and other fun activities for all! Can’t take the heat? Cool off this summer at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor! Spend the day playing at Boogie Beach, Hook's Lagoon Tree House, or floating the day away on the lazy river. There's fun for everyone at Hurricane Harbor!

Bear Creek Golf Club

This golf facility features two 18-hole championship layouts with preferred tee times, driving ranges, and putting greens. Both layouts are designed to create a stunning visual display, combining the rolling north Texas terrain, mature live oak trees and meandering Bear Creek. Additionally, golf instructions are offered by PGA-Certified instructors. Need help with directions or reservations? Allow our guest services agents to assist you when planning a golf game.

Cowboys Golf Course

This daily-fee club is the world’s only NFL-themed golf course. Located just north of the DFW International Airport, this resort-style course is filled with lush greenery and scenic waterways that will transport you to a golfing oasis.

Fair Park

Located in the heart of Dallas, this National Landmark houses more than 277 acres of museums, attractions, and art. Enjoy live performances, seasonal art productions, the State Fair of Texas, and cheer on sports teams.

Historic Downtown Grapevine

Lake Grapevine

This 8,000 acre lake is home to some of the most enjoyable outdoor activities in Grapevine. Great for fishing, boating, camping, hiking and hiking, and much more. Enjoy public hunting on the northwest end of Grapevine Lake with deer (archery only), feral hog, waterfowl, and other small game. Feel free to stay a while and enjoy the beautiful parks, trails, and water sports that Lake Grapevine offers.

Area Tours

Explore Grapevine on your own walking through the Historic Downtown streets or sign up for a guided tour to dig deeper into the fascinating history of Grapevine, Texas. Looking for something spooktacular? Sign up for a Grapevine Night Watchman Ghost tour. Board the Grapevine Wine Tours for an unforgettable wine-tasting experience. You’ll sample vintage bottles from three of Grapevine’s acclaimed wineries, each with its own unique history and charm.

Grapevine Wineries

Grapevine is home to many acclaimed vineyards and wineries. Just minutes away from the Hyatt Regency DFW, discover and enjoy tours and festive events happening throughout the year. With eight different wineries to choose from, there is a taste for everyone!

Grapevine Vintage Railroad

All Aboard! This authentic 1920’s Victorian coach will take you on a trip along the historic Cotton Belt Route that travels from Grapevine to the Fort Worth Stockyards. The Railroad hosts special family-friendly events as well as adult-friendly events throughout the year. Including the Day Out With Thomas, the North Pole Express, the Jazz Wine Train, and the Christmas Wine Train.

Things to do in Fort Worth

Fort Worth Stockyards

Step into the wild, wild, West at the Fort Worth Stockyards Nationals Historic District. From the original brick walkways to the wooden corrals and the cattle drives, everything about the Stockyards tells the true history of Texas’s famous livestock industry.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Located in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, the Modern Art Museum is known for its pavilions that appear to float on the water. The museum has over 2,600 pieces in its collection.

Sundance Square

This popular night spot offers trendy boutiques, gourmet restaurants, art galleries and live entertainment year round.

Kimbell Art Museum

Home to collections of masterpieces from ancient to modern times, the Kimbell Art Museum is itself an outstanding modern architectural achievement. Admission to the main portion of the museum is free and small fees are collected for special exhibits.

Things to do in Dallas

Klyde Warren Park

Spend a day in the neighborhood at Klyde Warren Park. There are over 5.2 green acres perched above Dallas’s bustling highway systems offering 12 different daily activities. Visitors enjoy free Wi-Fi, great dining options at the Southwest Porch, and access to delicious food trucks.

AT&T Performing Arts Center

Also known as the Winspear Opera House, the center presents a variety of performances in the Dallas community throughout the year. The arts include, but are not limited to the following: The Dallas Opera, Dallas Theater Center, Texas Ballet Theater.

Perot Museum

Spend a day of exploring five floors and 11 interactive exhibits to learn about everything from dinosaurs, to space, to the human body. Enjoy state-of-the-art videos and interact with life-like simulations for the ultimate hands-on science experience.

Nasher Sculpture Center

This outdoor museum is located in downtown Dallas. The museum houses the sculpture collection of Raymond and Patsy Nasher.

Museums

Sixth Floor Museum

Located at Dealey Plaza in the West End Historic District, this museum chronicles the life, death, tragedy, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. Documents, films, photographs and family artifacts are among the features of the self-guided tour of the former Texas School Book Depository.

George W. Bush Presidential Center

Explore state-of-the-art interactive exhibits to learn about eight years of American history and presidential life. Experience monumental exhibits such as, “A Nation Under Attack”, “The Situation Room Experience”, “Responding to Sept. 11”, and the life-size replica of the Oval Office.

The Stockyards

The Fort Worth Stockyards is the history book of the livestock industry in Texas. Each chapter is represented by the original bricks and mortar, the wood corrals, the men and the music that are all still a part of the Stockyards today.

Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

Discover the Wild West with exhibits that take you back in time. Featuring the Sterquell Wagon Collection, Chisholm Trail Exhibit, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Adventures of the Cowboy Trail, and the Jersey Lilly Old-Tyme Photo Parlor this Western wonder is fun for everyone!