Free Things to Do in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Looking for an affordable weekend getaway with the family in the Midwest? Fort Wayne, Indiana is a perfect destination offering many free activities you can enjoy with your family any time of year! Year Round Late Summer and Fall Winter…

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Tour Fort Wayne Like a Local

Fort Wayne is a fun place. We’ve come a long way in the nearly four decades I’ve called this town home. The locals find more and more to do each year. Discover how you can live like a local in Indiana's second-largest city…

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The Voice of the Miami

Chief Jean Baptiste de Richardville was considered the richest man in Indiana at the time of his death in 1841. Today, his home is recognized as the oldest Native American Structure in the Midwest…

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History You Can Feel: Turner Chapel A.M.E. Church

There’s rich, local African American history hidden in plain sight and waiting to be discovered in Fort Wayne. If you have ever driven East from downtown Fort Wayne on Jefferson Boulevard heading toward Indiana Tech, then you have seen Fort Wayne’s first and oldest black church. Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded here in 1849 and still serves faith and love to our community today…

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Johnny Appleseed's Legacy Lives On in Fort Wayne

Johnny Appleseed is a major cultural icon here in Fort Wayne. From the TinCaps baseball team to the epic Johnny Appleseed Festival every September, the man who planted apple trees and walked through much of Ohio and Indiana has left a legacy here that many like to recall…

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