Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center boasts a central, high-energy location. Our hotel has direct connections to Tysons Corner mall, Tysons Plaza, and the Silver Line of the Washington Metro. We're also a 15-minute drive from Fairfax Square and a 20-minute drive from Washington, D.C.

Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center

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



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Tysons Corner Center

Directly connected to our hotel, this shopping destination includes 300 shops and dining options, a 16-screen movie theater, and—outdoors at The Plaza—a ship-themed playground, live music, festivals, and other events year-round.

​Fairfax Square

Less than a mile from us, this carefully curated collection of boutiques and cuisine offers personal shopping services and valet parking. Shops include Miele, Tiffany & Co., Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and more.

​Mosaic District

Discover an eclectic selection of shops, services, 30+ restaurants, and the eight-screen Angelika Film Center. This innovative urban niche is just minutes from the hotel and offers free parking.

​Reston Town Center

Wine and dine, shop till you drop, or simply amble around this open-air venue, featuring nearly three dozen restaurants, more than 50 retailers, a 13-screen cinema, and outdoor events year-round.

Arts & Culture

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts

The country's only national park dedicated to the performing arts, Wolf Trap comprises multiple venues, including the Filene Center and Theatre-in-the-Woods. Year-round activities include picnicking, hiking, and nature walks.

​Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens

Tour the historic mansion where George Washington once lived, immerse yourself in interactive experiences, and feel history alive all around you with historical exhibits.

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Explore thousands of displays, including the Spirit of St. Louis and a lunar rock you can touch. The museum also includes a planetarium, an IMAX® theater, and more You'll also want to check out their companion site, StevenF. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia.

Parks and Recreation

Frying Pan Farm Park

One of Fairfax County's most popular parks, this site preserves and re-creates 20th-century farm life. Wagon rides, a vintage carousel, and activities such as Putting the Animals to Bed make this a fun, educational place.

Manassas National Battlefield Park

Tour historic battlefield sites and learn about the battles of First and Second Manassas. Situated on 5,071 rolling acres, the park provides a place to contemplate history, learn about various interpretations, or simply enjoy the natural world.