• Austin Bats on Congress Avenue Bridge – The largest urban bat colony in North America emerges at sunset from the crevices of Congress Avenue Bridge. You won’t want to miss it, and with Hyatt Regency Austin’s prime location, you won’t.
  • Thinkery – Thinkery is Austin’s home for “why” and “how, ” a place where science and families play side by side and where people connect with ideas by doing, making and experiencing. It’s a foundry for a new generation of innovators and creative problem solvers. (512) 469-6200
  • Austin Duck Adventures – There’s nothing like these land and sea tours of downtown Austin. Blend family-friendly fun with enlightening information into the city’s complex history. (512) 4-SPLASH
  • Austin Ghost Tours – You'll be spooked by the stories told on this creepy ghost tour of downtown Austin. (512) 203-5561
  • Austin Nature and Science Center – Bats, bees and crystal caverns are among the subjects of the Discovery Lab. The 80-acre Nature Center and museum features fun interactive exhibits. (512) 974-3888
  • Austin Zoo – 14 miles southwest of downtown is a small zoo with exclusive opportunities to get up close and personal with exotic critters. (512) 288-1490
  • Austin 360 Bridge—Also known as Pennybacker Bridge, this through-arch bridge across Lake Austin connects the Northern and Southern sections of the Loop 360 highway, also known as the "Capital of Texas Highway."
  • Beverly S Sheffield Education Center—Home of the Splash! Into the Edwards Aquifer exhibit, a fun and exciting learning experience deep inside a simulated limestone cave, this center has multimedia displays and interactive exhibits that demonstrate how the aquifer was formed and how it maintains its average daily flow of 32 million gallons of water at Barton Springs. (512) 481-1466
  • Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center – Founded by Lady Bird Johnson in 1982, the center is dedicated to the study and preservation of native plants. This charming attraction is only half an hour from Hyatt Regency Austin. (512) 232-0100
  • Lone Star River Boat – Set out against a backdrop of Austin's skyline and the state capitol. This riverboat cruise moves upstream past Barton Creek and Zilker Park. (512) 327-1388
  • Sixth Street – Music lovers should pay a visit to Sixth Street for live music year-round, as well as restaurants, galleries, theaters, nightspots, and shops. This storied strip offers a lot of insight into Austin’s past.
  • State Capitol – Explore the rich history of Texas's legislative center. The current 1888 capitol replaced an 1852 limestone statehouse that burned down in 1881. (512) 463-0063
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue – Check out Ralph Roehming's bronze tribute to Austin singer/songwriter Stevie Ray Vaughan, just blocks from Hyatt Regency Austin. 
  • Zilker Zephyr Miniature Train – Take a scenic 25-minute ride through Zilker Park on a narrow-gauge, light-rail miniature train, which takes you at a leisurely pace along Barton Creek and Town Lake. (512) 478-8286

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