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Popular Attractions

For more information on Fort Wayne, visit the Fort Wayne Visitor’s Bureau website.

Allen County War Memorial Coliseum

The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum hosts concerts, sporting events and popular trade shows throughout the year.

Botanical Conservatory

The Botanical Conservatory is an oasis in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne. You can visit the Showcase Garden with its lush seasonal displays, wander through the Tropical Garden where orchids and palms thrive in the shadows of a cascading waterfall or retreat to the quiet beauty of the Desert Garden.

Coldwater Crossing Theater

Enjoy the newest movie releases in comfort at the Coldwater Crossing Theater. This theater offers reclining, movie-viewing seats in all of their theaters.

Combat Ops

Aim for adventure in this locally owned, multi-attraction entertainment center. Lose track of time hurling axes at targets, playing mission-based laser tag, testing your skills in the NERF arena, bowling with friends or checking out the arcade room. Combat Ops is the most unique entertainment center in Fort Wayne.

Crazy Pinz

Crazy Pinz is a 50,000 square foot family entertainment center is located on the city’s north side. This facility includes: 24 Lanes of Bowling, a SkyTrail Ropes Course, Augmented Rock Climbing Wall, Shankz Blacklight Mini-Golf, 3-Story Ball Tent, Arcade with Redemption Store and a full-service Bar and Restaurant. Crazy Pinz has something for everyone.

Foellinger Theatre

The Foellinger Theatre is one of our many music and concert venues in Fort Wayne. Located in Franke Park, it is a great place to see nationally acclaimed musicians and tribute bands, as well as free performances by local groups.

Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is ranked in the top 10 for best children’s zoos in the nation and has been voted #1 summer attraction in the state of Indiana.

Headwaters Park

A 30 acre park in downtown Fort Wayne which provides a setting for a wide range of public and private events including festivals, concerts and cultural events, weddings, family reunions and other parties. Free Splash Pad open Spring to Fall, and Ice Skating open late November thru February, weather permitting.

Promenade Park

This one-of-a-kind park joins our natural rivers to our thriving urban center and is the Midwest’s newest destination for recreation, arts and culture. Fort Wayne’s three rivers, The St Mary’s, the St Joseph and the Maumee, are a great source of entertainment, exploration and fun. Adventure the trails along the water, discover family fun attractions like the treetop canopy trail and kid’s canal and take to the water on a riverboat cruise or kayak rental!

The Clyde Theatre

The Clyde Theatre is an old Fort Wayne, Indiana favorite, with a history dating back to 1951. It started out as a movie theatre, changed names, closed, became a church, and now rises from the ashes as an impressive concert venue with a capacity in the thousands.

The Embassy Theatre

The historic Embassy Theatre features national productions from the Broadway stage, concerts, cinema and educational programming.