Free Tours in Fort Wayne, Indiana

As a child in school, I always loved field trips. Sure, I could read my science book to learn how milk is pasteurized. But there was something special about getting to see the process at a local dairy. If you enjoy first-hand experiences too, you'll be happy to know that there are several Fort Wayne businesses that will let you look around and learn for free…

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Haunted Tours take Fort Wayne into realm of the unknown

This Halloween season, you won't have to stay home and watch a marathon of all the Paranormal Activity movies to get your spooks in and experience that tingle of terror down your spine. You can just come out to Fort Wayne and let one of the ARCH tours guide you on an adventure of the world…

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Learn about the "Fort" in Fort Wayne

Ever wondered how Fort Wayne earned its namesake? You can learn this and more through a visit to the "Old Fort." A little known fact is there were three American forts built in Fort Wayne. The current fort, located just north of downtown on Spy Run, is a replica of the one constructed by Major John Whistler and his men during 1815 — 1816. It is reportedly the last fort to stand at the junction of the St. Marys, St. Joseph, and Maumee Rivers.  It was designed purely for defense against Native Americans, and could be comfortably defended by a relatively small number of men…

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