Things to Do
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis connected to the Convention Center and just steps from Lucas Oil Stadium is within walking distance of many corporate offices, hundreds of shops and restaurants, and local attractions. Home of the Indianapolis 500, a conveniently-located Indianapolis Convention Center hotel, Hyatt Regency Indianapolis is a shopper’s paradise! Before it came to be called Indy, this city was better known as "The Circle City”. World class shopping, dining and entertainment are all just steps away in Circle Centre Mall, where an exciting mix of your favorite stores & boutiques guarantees most memorable experience. Connected to Hyatt by enclosed skywalk.
Besides spectacular shopping and delicious dining Indy always has something that surprises. Visit Monument Circle, the true heart of Downtown Indianapolis and other historical gems throughout Indianapolis. The monument is in the center of downtown and has come to symbolize the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana.
Downtown Indy Cultural Districts
Indianapolis is bursting with pride over its six unique Cultural Districts: The Canal and White River State Park, Fountain Square, Indiana Ave, Market East, Mass Ave and Wholesale District.
The Canal and White River State Park is not your typical park or waterway. Scattered throughout the Canal and 250-acre State Park are some of the city’s most inspiring museums, attractions and celebrations. The Canal Walk is a 3-mile loop popular respite for fitness enthusiasts and serenity-seekers. Entertainment requires just one stop at White River Park: Indiana’s one-and-only urban state park. Uncover Indiana’s secrets, spanning three floors of galleries, the Indiana State Museum, located in White River State Park, tells the story of Hoosier state.
The Massachusetts Avenue arts district is just blocks away from the Hyatt. Browse through galleries, treat yourself to unique jewelry, shop in the boutiques, catch a performance or relax in a coffee house. Comb the downtown antique shops and malls for one-of-a-kind finds.
Downtown Indianapolis continues to grow and thrive with shops, the Cultural Trail, festivals, unique restaurants, art displays, ever-changing exhibits at the museums and adopted homebased sports.
Home of the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 and United States Grand Prix, this is a sight worth seeing and recognized as "The Greatest Race Course in the World”. Fans from every continent come in droves to visit The Racing Capital of the World, nestled in Speedway, Indiana, just minutes from downtown Indianapolis.
Whether it’s for the sound, speed and thrills of world-class motor racing, jamming to rock, country and EDM concerts, travelling faster than 150 mph in a two-seat Indy car, playing 18 holes on the unique Brickyard Crossing Golf Course or visiting the Motor Speedway Museum, located on the grounds of the massive, 1,000-acre acre facility does it all and is a true bucket list destination.
Entrance into the grounds generally is free of charge. However, during race events the Speedway charges an admission fee or requires a ticket to get onto the grounds, this does not include admission to the Museum.