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Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

10 Under 10 Activities in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Save in Fort Wayne with these ten activities. Botanical Conservatory - $7 Always in season, immerse yourself in nature at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory. Be sure to tour the Showcase Garden – the scene for the featured exhibit! DeBrand Chocolate Tour - $10 Enjoy a DeBrand Fine…

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Experience the Violins of Hope in Fort Wayne

Violins of Hope have toured cities around the world and will now come to Fort Wayne, Indiana. November 9–24, experience a series of events that showcase this powerful collection of restored violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust…

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Mondays in Fort Wayne

Visiting Fort Wayne on a Monday? The Fort Wayne Visitors Center is a great resource to find out what events are going on around town, and what attractions and activities are open throughout Fort Wayne…

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Frightening Fun in Fort Wayne!

If you enjoy the frightening, ghoulish, and spooktacular, then the annual Fright Night in downtown Fort Wayne is for you and your whole family! There are plenty of activities for the family that enjoys fright or the families that enjoy the not so frightening…

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Beat the Heat in the Summit City

In July it can get very hot in Indiana! You can find some relief without leaving the Summit City. From splash pads and pools to cool treats, there are definitely plenty of ways for you to enjoy Fort Wayne any day of the year…

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Fort Wayne's Museum Dream

Updated November 14, 2018. The Museum Dream Pass and Museum Access Pass are no longer available from Visit Fort Wayne. Please contact your selected attraction individually. Visitthe History Center, Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, and Science Central for more information…

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Icons of Fort Wayne at the History Center

The treasure safe of a Miami chief, the parasol of the first woman movie producer, and the tallest skyscraper in the state - did you know we had all that in Fort Wayne? There's all this and plenty more in the200@200 "Iconic of Fort Wayne" exhibit at the Fort Wayne History Center…

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