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Local points of Interest in and around Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
311 E. Main Street (Downtown). Call 260-422-6476 for more info.
Open Friday & Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM, Sunday Noon to 5 PM.
Adults $7, Students, $5, or a maximum of $20 per family
Follinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory
The Midwest's largest passive solar gardens containing a desert, a
tropical rainforest and a seasonal display.
1100 S. Calhoun Street (Downtown) Call 260-427-6440 for more info
Open Friday & Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM, Sunday Noon to 4 PM.
Adults $5, children (ages 3-17) $3.00, children 2 and under are free
Allen County Public Library Genealogy Department
The nation's second largest genealogical collection.
Special temporary location at 200 East Berry (Downtown)
approximately 3 blocks East and 2 block North of former location.
Call 260-424-7241 for more info.
Open Friday & Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM and Sunday noon to 5 PM
Indiana's center for science, mathematics, technology, and hands-on
Intriguing exhibits, spell-binding science demonstrations, and educational
1950 N. Clinton just north of downtown. Call 260-424-2413 for more info
Open Tuesday through Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM, Sunday Noon to 5 PM. Adults $8.00, children
(3-12) $8.00 under 2 free
One of Indiana's largest indoor mall. Over 180 stores and only minutes from the
Open Saturday 9 AM to 9 PM, Sunday Noon to 5 PM
The Fort Wayne Historical Railroad Society
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society is home to steam locomotive 765 which has operated excursions throughout the midwest. The Society's collection
includes a smaller switching steam locomotive, two wooden cabooses, a 200 ton wrecker, a diesel locomotive and other historic railroad equipment.
The Society is open most Saturdays. Call for information.
The are located in New Haven, at 15808 Edgerton Road. Hour: Saturday and
Sunday 10AM-4PM. For more info call 260-493-0765 or go to
Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum
This classic car museum, formerly the Auburn Automobile Factory showroom, houses nearly 150 makes of luxury and classic cars from the late 19th century. The Cords, Auburns and Duesenbergs, famous luxury cars, made their mark on the automotive industry in the '20's and '30's and are featured daily.
It is located in Auburn, Indiana (about 25 minutes
north of fort Wayne) at 1600 South Wayne.
Call 260-925-1444. Hours: 10 am - 7 pm Friday & 10 am-5 pm Saturday
Admission is adults $12.50, children 5-18 $7.50 and under 5 free.
Fort Wayne Civic Theater (Arts United Center)
Call 260-424-5220 for details and
Call the box office at 260-424-5665 for details
for details or call the box office at 260-483-1111