The northern Indiana landscape stretches as far as the eye can see. What do you see? Miles upon miles of cornfields, to begin. Red barns stand tall amongst the green stalks, and stoic scarecrows watch over the fields like the Queen’s Guard at Buckingham Palace. But eventually, the rows of corn give way to Fort Wayne, the second-largest city in the state. A place where locals look you in the eye and say “Hello,” shake your hand, and offer you a drink. A place where the first professional baseball game was played in 1871, and where historic landmarks like the Pennsylvania Railroad Station and the Allen County Courthouse stretch from the streets of downtown to the suburbs. With so much to do and see, your chances of enjoying an outstanding Midwestern adventure are quite high—so book one of Travelocity’s cheap hotels in Fort Wayne and be on your way.
How would you like to spend your Indiana vacation, wise wanderer? Whatever it is you seek, you'll find it here in Fort Wayne. Go shopping for antiques in the city's plentiful markets, among them the Speedway Flea Market and Antiques on Broadway—yes, that long-lost piece of vintage vinyl is finally within your grasp. After reuniting with the album you’ve been so desperately searching for, gather the entire family and spend a few hours down at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo. Allow the little ones to become familiar with one of earth’s most precious creatures when you sign them up for an orangutan VIP experience.
When you’re ready to see everything this city has to offer in terms of the great outdoors, lace up a pair of your most comfortable walking shoes and explore Lindenwood Nature Preserve. Walk along the wooden footpaths under the shade of largetooth aspen trees, whose leaves turn every color of a sunburst during the fall months. If paddling down a river in a traditional Native American canoe sounds like a great way to spend an afternoon, the St. Mary’s River isn’t far away. At last, after a long day spent galivanting about town doing everything you set out to do, retire to your comfortable accommodation and rest easy.
Fort Wayne is an All-American city, and food from the “Land of the Free” is at the forefront of its many restaurants and eateries. A number of the places to stay in town offer dining options of their own. However, if you are in the mood for something a little different, you can find delicious dishes ranging from Far East cuisine to down-home American barbecue.
The sun is dipping below the horizon, but you’re not ready to call it a day yet.Good news: Fort Wayne's bars and nightclubs stay open until the wee hours of the morning. You can also join a pub crawl down College Avenue and sample a variety of Midwestern brews.
Whether you’re looking to lay your head down in high-end resort, a budget-friendly motel, or a charming bed and breakfast, Travelocity will see you secured in excellent lodging. When you use us to book your trips, you’ll be able to search thousands of hotels worldwide for the best deals. But since you just need one for this northeastern Indiana town, check out our offers on Fort Wayne hotels and take advantage of one now. The Hoosier State is ready for your arrival.
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