Fort Wayne Tourism
Whether it is watching the Komets score a puck, flaunting the new Vera Bradley Bag, seeing regal animals in one of the most popular Zoos in the US or simply tasting a bite of heaven with their fine chocolate varieties, Fort Wayne is where you go if you want to feel the heart of Indiana!
The city is defined by its multi-dimensional living style- a mix of sheer urbanization while still maintaining an intimate feel. You will be surprised at how their daily lives are filled with the range of activities here! Sports, Art, Fashion, Food, Science, Flora and Fauna perfectly mixed with Industrialization, Culture, History and Nature. The colorful nightlife adds to Fort Wayne’s heady mix of a multi-tasking traveler’s dream.
Fort Wayne is the second largest city in Allen County, Indiana and dates back to the 1700s. Even though much of the surrounding area of the city is flat, the city is still on the highest point of the old Wabash-Erie canal and hence is nicknamed ‘The Summit City’.
With a rich history dating back to the 18th century, the city has many places of historic importance which are well taken care of and you will not run short of Museumsto visit. Tourism has given Fort Wayne urban wings and added to its tourist hubs and international appeal. Did you know the Fort Wayne impacts the economy of the Southwestern Michigan and Ohio? It is the regional commerce and industry hotspot.
The city of Fort Wayne, however, offers more than its clichés and is a must on every tourist’s travel itinerary!
Essential travel information and Fort Wayne tips for your visit
- Carry warm clothes in winters as the weather is freezing.
- Summers are known for thunderstorms and the corresponding delays in flights. Do check the weather forecast before booking your tickets.
Fort Wayne Trip Planner
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