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Fort Wayne, Downtown intro. Though home to 250,000 people, Fort Wayne, Indiana, maintains many aspects of a small community. Visitors at hotels in Fort Wayne City Center enjoy a good combination of small-town attractions, as well as the amenities of modern life. The city is encircled by Interstates 69 and 469. The central area is bounded to the north by the rivers of St Mary and Maumee, which are joined by the St Joseph River near the city centre. The riversides have been developed into the Rivergreenway Trail, putting 24 miles of beautiful walkways just a few minutes away. Children will enjoy the hands-on exhibits at Science Central, which include a working grain elevator. More fun can be had at the children's zoo, one of the best in the country. The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory offers attractions for adults and fun for kids. The USA's second-biggest genealogical collection lives at the huge Allen County Public Library. Architecture buffs can collect guide booklets from the library and enjoy leisurely tours of the city's once-great mansions. Also centrally-located is the fabulous Embassy Theater, which opened in 1928. History fans should also go to the Fort Wayne History Center to learn more about the city.
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