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Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

Tastes of Tradition: Fort Wayne Historical Restaurants

Fort Wayne loves its restaurants. Some of these eateries have been serving generations of families. Be sure to make these historical restaurants stops on your next Fort Wayne visit! The Oyster Bar The first patron in The Oyster Bar location was in 1888, but the restaurant changed hands many times…

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Historical Neighborhoods of Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is more than the City of Churches, it could also be called the City of Neighborhoods. Many homes and neighborhoods go back decades, and a few areas even date to the mid 19th Century. Still today, these homes help weave a tapestry of architectural beauty throughout the community. Here are…

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Exploring Historic West Central

West Central offersa mix of historic charm and modern influences at the center of Fort Wayne. Described as, "urban living at its best," the brick roads, Greek Revival-style homes, and small businesses make West Central rich in culture and community. …

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Fort Wayne, Indiana Remembers Those Who Serve

You don’t have to travel to the shores of Tripoli to pay tribute to America’s military – you can stop right here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. From an air park to a coliseum to city parks, Fort Wayne has a lot of sites that commemorate the valor of the Summit City’s fighting forces…

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