Riverfront Activities

The Top Things to Do along Fort Wayne's Riverfront

Nestled into the north of downtown Fort Wayne, are three rivers that offer you ample opportunities to explore natural environments in the heart of the city. Plus, if river activities is not your thing, there is not even a need for you to access the water to enjoy the area! Your Adventure Awaits…

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Get to Know a Fort Wayne Philharmonic Musician

From their family-friendly performances that helps introduce classical music to the young to their sell-out Pops concerts that bring together crowd favorites like Harry Potter Films and classic scores, don’t miss any opportunity to enjoy a Fort Wayne Philharmonic performance…

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Fort Wayne Brings You the Best of Indiana

We think Fort Wayne, Indiana is great, but so do many of our followers. From family-friendly attractions and museums to great eats, and festivals Fort Wayne, Indiana has been featured on multiple Best of Indiana lists! On your next visit to Fort Wayne, make a stop at some of Best of Indiana winners…

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Fort Wayne, Indiana's Best Fall Trails

If you've complained about theheat and humidity this summer, you'll be glad to welcome cooler fall weather. Autumn in Fort Wayne, Indiana is a wonderful time to see -- and photograph -- some beautiful trees, flowers, and wildlife…

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Your Guide to Fall Foliage in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Pack up the car and hit the road to discover Fort Wayne, Indiana’s true fall colors. It’s no secret that the Midwest is one of the best destinations to see fall leaves. Plus, Fort Wayne, Indiana offers a budget-friendly destination to experience it all during a Midwest weekend getaway…

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Summer Fun on Fort Wayne, Indiana's Three Rivers!

Fort Wayne, Indiana: acity built on three rivers, right? Quick quiz: can you name those rivers? You can find them listed at the end of this post. So, how many times have you visited those rivers? I'm embarrassed to admit that I've seen very little of the rivers, and I've lived here nearly 30 years. There's no excuse for not enjoying the rivers,  especially now with the renewed focus on developing our riverfront…

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