Press release from the Fort Wayne/Allen County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau:
Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown
Rediscover your own backyard during the 11th annual Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown celebrationÂ – hosted by the Fort Wayne/Allen County Convention and Visitors Bureau – on Sunday, SeptemberÂ 13th, from 12 noon – 5 pm. On this day Fort Wayne residents with a Be a Tourist in Your OwnÂ Hometown passport will be able to visit 10 area attractions and museums – FOR FREE!
Passports provide free admission to 10 of Fort Wayne’s attractions, including the African/African-
American History Museum, Allen County Courthouse, Artlink, Embassy Theatre, Foellinger-Freimann
Botanical Conservatory, Fort Wayne Museum of Art (at the Allen County Courthouse), Historic Fort
Wayne, History Center, Science Central, and The Lincoln Tower.
Passport holders will receive free admission to these participating venues! Passports may be picked upÂ at any Fort Wayne Scott’s location (starting August 28th), and at the Convention and Visitors BureauÂ Visitors Center – located downtown at 1021 S. Calhoun Street.
“It is a great opportunity to see everything that Fort Wayne has to offer,” explains Dan O’Connell,
President of the Convention and Visitors Bureau. “And in turn, they can become better ambassadors forÂ their community, as they become more familiar with all there is to do as a tourist in Fort Wayne!”