Area Attractions

Discover iconic American attractions in Washington, D.C., just a 20-minute train ride from our hotel at Tysons Corner Center. Explore the more than 300 shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations at Tysons Corner and its outdoor plaza or head 15 minutes down Fashion Boulevard to Fairfax Square.

Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center

7901 Tysons One Place
Tysons Corner, Virginia, United States, 22102



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Arts & Culture

​Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts

Wolf Trap is the only National Park dedicated solely to the performing arts in the United States. In the summer months, the Filene Center makes for a perfect concert experience where you have a picnic on the lawn while listening to your favorite live tunes. Wolf Trap Center is located just three miles away from the hotel.

​Filene Center

The Filene Center is a beautiful outdoor amphitheater hosting over 80 performances every summer and 2 free festivals every year – the Summer Blast Off! with the US Marine Band and the Holiday Sing-A-Long during the winter time. The venue seats approximately 7,000 people.

​Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens

Fairfax County is home to America's first and most celebrated President. George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens offers visitors of all ages insight into the life and times of this revolutionary hero. In addition to the historic mansion, you’re invited to immerse yourself in our nation's past through interactive galleries and exhibits that showcase milestones in our young democracy’s existence.

​Smithsonian’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

The Udvar-Hazy Center is the sister property of the Air and Space Museum located on the National Mall. The two sites together showcase the largest collection of aviation and space artifacts in the world. The Space Shuttle Discovery, SR-71 Blackbird, flight simulators, guest speakers, special events, guided tours, and IMAX movies are just some of the experiences when visiting this Fairfax County favorite.

Tysons Corner Center

Movie Theater

Catch the latest box office hits at the 16-screen movie theater in the adjacent Tysons Corner Center, with immersive IMAX and RealD 3D experiences, plus a bar serving beer and wine and special rates for seniors, students, and military.

Events at Tysons Corner Center Plaza

Visit the vibrant elevated outdoor plaza at adjacent Tysons Corner Center for concerts, festivals, and special events throughout the year, including fitness classes, a seasonal ice rink, and games, including table tennis and jumbo chess.


Let the kids explore the 1,000-square-foot outdoor playground on the Tysons Corner Center plaza featuring a ship theme, with foam flooring for safety and a separate play area for toddlers, as well as seating for parents.

American Girl Store

Tysons Corner Center has one of the few American Girl Place in the United States. Plan a day to enjoy their favorite shopping, Bistro dining, and the Doll salon. Hyatt Regency Tyson Corner Center is an official partner with American Girl!


Tysons Corner Center

Directly connected to our Hyatt Regency hotel, features over 300 specialty and department stores, celebrated restaurants, and a variety of entertainment options. Hotel guests receive special discounts in major restaurant and retail stores.

​Fairfax Square

The Shops at Fairfax Square define the luxury shopping experience with extraordinary boutiques, personal shopping services and upscale amenities. Popular stores include Tiffany & Co., Miele, Liljenquist & Beckstead, and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.

​Mosaic District

Enjoy shopping among a unique hand-selected mix of retailers and restaurants just minutes from Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center. Discover independent fashion boutiques, inspired culinary options, healthy grocers, an art house cinema, and premier national retailers.

Day Trips

Air & Space Museum

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. and its sister site, the Smithsonian’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, combine to house the world’s largest aviation and space collection.

​Washington, DC Monuments & Museums

Step inside the magnificent Lincoln Memorial or visit a free Smithsonian Institution Museum. The Silver Line Metro will take you into the heart of the city where you can immerse yourself in America’s historic monuments and museums that come alive with exciting exhibits.

​Cruises on the Potomac

Experience Washington, DC in a unique way with a cruise on the Potomac and enjoy sunset dining, entertainment, and spectacular scenery. The cruise takes a trip around the Potomac River for incredible views of the monuments while enjoying lunch or dinner.

Brewery Tours

Sip your way through the Washington, DC area beer scene with a local brewery tour. Tours feature a combination of up-and-coming breweries and established venues to create an exhilarating experience.

Hotel Activities

Massage Services

Enjoy a massage from the comfort of your own room. Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner has partnered with Zeel to offer our guests on demand in room massages. Zeel brings the finest massage experience directly to your room for the ultimate indulgence. Dial 0 from your room to make a reservation.

Parks and Recreation

Great Falls National Park

Take in breathtaking views and the awesome power of the Potomac River flowing over the falls. Hike along the riverside trails or admire the sights from select vantage points near the visitor center.

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Meadowlark is one of the hidden treasures of Fairfax County. A picturesque gazebo and three sparkling lakes surrounded by weeping cherry trees and a profusion of colorful blooms grace this garden park spanning more than 100 acres.

Frying Pan Farm Park

Experience farm life from the 1920s in this historic park that dates to the 18th Century. Explore recreational activities on the farm, including milking cows, visit the vintage carousel, or let the kids take a wagon ride through the park.

Manassas National Battlefield Park

Learn about the First and Second Battles of Bull Run at this preserved Civil War site. Explore the historic battlefield sites including the New York monuments and Stone House and Bridge, where Stonewall Jackson acquired his famous nickname.