Radisson Blu Hotel Chennai

Things to do in Chennai

Find plenty of things to do in Chennai near the Radisson Blu

While you stay in our plush rooms and suites, make time to see sights like Kapaleeswarar Temple, St. George's Cathedral and the 16th century San Thome Basilica. Learn more about the diverse history of the country at the Fort Museum, or take a tour of the Birla Planetarium, housing interactive exhibits that offer information on the solar system. If you're looking for things to do in Chennai, be sure to check out our hotel deals to discover special offers and package tours for local attractions.

Ths Radisson Blu hotel is located near Chennai Airport and the following attractions:

  • Theosophical Society - 6 km
    Set between the Adyar River and the coast, the 100-hectare grounds of the Theosophical Society provide a green and peaceful retreat from the city.
  • Birla Planetarium - 8 km
    Enjoy interactive displays of the solar system at Chennai's premier planetarium, located at Periyar Science and Technology Centre.
  • MGR Film City - 12 km
    Dedicated to MG Ramachandran, this exciting part of the Tamil Film Industry has rapidly become one of Chennai's most popular attractions.
  • Kapaleeswarar Temple - 14 km
    This temple is not only rich in history, but it is also an architectural wonder.
  • Valluvar Kottam - 15 km
    Dedicated to the poet Thiruvalluvar, this beautiful memorial is in the shape of a temple chariot.
  • Marina Beach - 16 km
    Marina Beach, with its 12-kilometer stretch of beach, is considered as one of the longest beaches in Asia. Located on the eastern side of Chennai, the beach joins the Bay of Bengal.
  • Fort Museum - 18 km
    Located less than 20 minutes from the Radisson Blu hotel in Chennai, this museum displays artwork and documents of Indian history.
  • St. George's Cathedral - 18 km
    Serving as headquarters for the church of South India, this beautiful cathedral is a must-see on your Chennai vacation.
  • Vivekananda House - 18 km
    Vivekananda House has been associated with the Sri Ramakrishna Math since 1897 when Swami Vivekananda stayed here for nine days after his triumphant return from the West.
  • Government Museum - 20 km
    Attractions at this museum include the Bronze gallery and the National Art Gallery. Visit these main exhibits and several other historical artifacts detailing Chennai's past.
  • Parthasarathy Temple - 20 km
    As one of the oldest temples in Madras, this historic site allows tourists to catch a glimpse of India's rich history.