Fort Wayne Sights and Landmarks Guide, Indiana
Fort Wayne is the second largest city in Indiana, USA. It is a historical city preserving a great culture and traditions on Indiana. It is one of the best travel destinations in the USA. There are plenty of museums, theme parks, restaurants, theatres, zoos, cultural centers, recreational parks and great natural wonders.
Some of the most popular sights and attractions in Fort Wayne include Pokagon State Park, Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, Ouabache State Park, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne's Old City Hall, Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, Fort Wayne International Airport and a lot of other destinations.
Other sights include:
Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor
The Lincoln Highway crosses 12 states across USA. It is a historical highway that connects California with New Jersey. It spans over 5440 KM.
Grand Wayne Convention Center Fort Wayne
The convention center of Fort Wayne hosts multiple events, concerts, conferences and ceremonies.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
It features the finest collection of antiques dating back to the 19th century. It has paintings and artwork of European and American artists and contemporary artwork.
The Lincoln Museum
It features 4 theatres and 11 exhibits galleries showing hundreds of artifacts of Lincoln’s era.
The History Center Fort Wayne
It is a historical building that preserves the history of Fort Wayne. Through interactive learning, visitors can learn much about the history of Fort Wayne.
Embassy Theater Fort Wayne
It is a traditional-style theatre that was built in 1928. It hosts a number of programs, events, concerts and live performances by domestic artists.
Science Central Fort Wayne
Initially it was a light and power plant that provided energy to Fort Wayne. Now it has been turned into a science center providing a good learning experience to visitors.
Black Pine Animal Park
It is an excellent zoo that houses a number of species of animals like reptiles, bears, cats, monkeys and birds. The zoo is opened for public throughout the year. Educational and guided tours are also arranged in this zoo.
Johnny Appleseed Memorial Park and Gravesite
It is also known as Archer Park. It features apple orchards and picnic tables. It also hosts Johnny Appleseed Festival every year.
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
A number of concerts, sporting events and festivals are held in this place. It also serves as a venue for United Hockey League (UHL).
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