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Fall in Fort Wayne

225 Years of History in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana was founded on October 22, 1794. To mark the anniversary of the city's founding, check out the following bits of history that you may not know. Discover History, Food, and Art Tours in Fort Wayne Quick History of Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne is Born After winning the Battle…

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Don't Miss Out on Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown!

As you hit the streets of downtown Fort Wayne on Sunday, September 8th for Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown , you will be taking part in a 21-year tradition, celebrating Fort Wayne’s vibrant tourism industry. Discover All of Fort Wayne's Current Events The History of Be a Tourist Be a Tourist in…

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Festival of Trees: a Christmas Tradition

Where else in Fort Wayne will you find over fifty Christmas trees decorated in holiday charm? Come to the Festival of Trees, held in the historic Embassy Theatre, in downtown Fort Wayne. The Festival will be open from November 23 -30…

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Fun Fort Wayne Holiday Runs!

Calling all runners! Fort Wayne and the surrounding area are home to a plethora of running events, even during the colder months. Fort4Fitness may have put us on the map as a running destination, especially with the addition of a full marathon this year, but the smaller events have a personality of their own, whether it’s the picturesque course or the theme of the race. If you’re planning to visit Fort Wayne over the holidays, be sure to check out the following races…

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Be A Tourist in Your Own Hometown - New Events

Have you ever wanted to check out Science Central or the Botanical Conservatory for FREE? Well, Visit Fort Wayne makes that possible with the “Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown” event on Sunday,September 11 from noon to 5pm! Everyone is invited to check out all of the amazing attraction’s downtown Fort Wayne has to offer. …

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