As we continue to move through this time of changing restrictions and guidelines, our goal is to provide Fort Wayne residents and visitors with helpful information on our attractions and venues.
Read on to find the current status of Fort Wayne attractions, sports, music venues, shopping centers, and public services. Take a look at our calendar of events page to check for any rescheduled dates of your favorite festivals and events.
*NOTE: We will update this list on a regular basis. Please check back frequently for updates as more information is available.
Reopening Attractions and Venues in Fort Wayne
Allen County Public Library & The Genealogy Center | Limited
Beginning Friday, November 27 the following practices will take effect at all ACPL locations. They will remain in place until Thursday, January 28 or until two weeks after Allen County has returned to a code orange status, whichever comes first.
- Library materials will be available via curbside delivery only.
- Meeting and study rooms will be unavailable to the public.
- Other than those who have made appointments, ACPL buildings will not be open to the public.
NOTE: Hours and curbside delivery times will vary by location.
See Details, Precautions, and Branch Hours
Botanical Conservatory | OPEN
Chief Richardville House | OPEN
Combat Ops Entertainment | OPEN
Firefighters Museum | OPEN
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo | Closed for the season
Historic Old Fort | OPEN
The Old Fort grounds are currently open for guests to walk through, however the buildings will remain closed for the time being.
Pro Bowl West | OPEN
Tokens-N-Tickets | OPEN
Visitors Center | OPEN
Foellinger Outdoor Theatre | Closed for the season
Allen County Courthouse | OPEN
Citizens Square and Rousseau Centre | Closed
Will reopen on January 19 at the earliest.
Fort Wayne Curling Club | OPEN
Fort Wayne Komets | Closed
Fort Wayne Mad Ants | Closed
Fort Wayne Sport Club | OPEN
Fort Wayne TinCaps | Closed
SportONE/Parkview Fieldhouse | OPEN
Turnstone | Closed
Ft. Wayne's Farmers Market | OPEN
See Details and Precautions
YLNI Farmers Winter Market | OPEN
Saturdays 9am–1pm inside the Aunt Millie's Perfection Bakeries space at 350 Pearl St.
Please visit our Boutiques page and check with individual stores before visiting.
When Allen County is designated as RED under the state executive order, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other establishments offering in-person food and beverage service are resticted to the following:
- Capacity limited to 50% of indoor capacity and 100% of outdoor capacity.
- Must be closed from 12am–5am.
- Table seating only. Bar seating closed.
- Self-service food stations (buffets, salad bars, etc.) not permitted unless a staff member serves patrons.
Restaurants may choose to operate at a more restricted level, and some are continuing with just carryout during this time. Before visiting a restaurant, we recommend calling or visiting their website or social media pages to see what precautions and restrictions they have in place.
Please visit our Visitor Information page to see more information about color coding designations and restrictions on restaurants, retail, and more. We encourage you to call or go online before visiting attractions, venues, restaurants, stores, and other locations for the latest information and precautions.
Want to be included in this list? If your attraction or venue is not included in this list and would like to be—or to update your information currently listed above—please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This post was originally published on 5/12/2020. Last updated: 11/23/2020