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The Greater Fort Wayne Aviation Museum
Located at Fort Wayne International Airport, the museum offers a fascinating look at the history of commercial, military and general aviation in Fort Wayne. From World War I flying aces to aviation’s early years in the 1940’s and 1950’s, the museum provides an uplifting and educational look at man’s quest for flight in Fort Wayne.
Take a factory tour to see how Sechler’s makes over 54 pickle, relish and salsa varieties through processes that have changed very little over the company’s one-hundred-year-old history.
Mad Anthony Brewery Tour
It really is all about the beer at this award-winning Fort Wayne microbrewery. Tour the brewery operation then grab a stool in the bar and enjoy a pint or two. With nearly 20 different brews offered weekly, you’re sure to find the perfect frosty beverage.
DeBrand Chocolate Shoppe
hy not add a little chocolate to your day? Take a tour of this fine chocolatier to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the history of the company and how they make the sweet treats beloved by generations of Fort Wayne locals. Be sure not to leave with sampling a few chocolates on the way.
Jefferson Pointe Mall
This open-air mall features shops ranging from Victoria's Secret, GameStop, Aéropostale, Payless ShoeSource, and Bath & Body Works to Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, a range of restaurants and an IMAX movie theater.
See the Komets, Fort Wayne’s minor league hockey team, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
Fort Wayne TinCaps Baseball
Catch the Fort Wayne TinCaps, the San Diego Padres’ Class A minor league baseball team, at beautiful Parkview Field in downtown Fort Wayne. With exciting action on the field and plenty of great food and fun promotions, it’s a great night for the whole family.
There’s no better place to spark the imagination, where kids have so much fun they don’t even realize they’re learning something. Located in a restored power plant, the only NASA Educator Resource Center in Indiana gives kids a fun, interactive look at everything from dinosaurs to electricity to space travel.
Crazy Pinz Entertainment Center
If you think this is just another bowling alley, you’re, well, crazy. Step inside to find a 50,000-square-foot playground with fantastic activities for kids of all ages: 20 bowling lanes, 4 private suite lanes, laser tag, bumper cars, indoor mini golf, a three-story foam ball park and more. There’s even a lounge serving great food and “adult beverages.
Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum
For car enthusiasts and anyone who believes “they don’t make ‘em like they used to,” this museum is a must-see. Built in 1929 to serve as the factory showroom and administration building for the Auburn Automobile Company, the museum today is an Art Deco landmark housing nearly 120 beautifully restored Auburns, Cords, and Duesenbergs, which are known collectively as “The Royalty of American Automobiles.
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