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Part of Central Park Plaza, Porter Health Amphitheater is an outdoor stage with ample lighting. A common venue for musical concerts in the summer time, it is surrounded by a splash pad and children's play area.
Built as a tribute for the veterans of the Civil War in 1893, the Memorial Opera House can welcome 364 visitors at a time. It was the host of musical and drama plays, while also being rented for special events such as weddings and graduations.
Zao Island features a range of recreational activities including batting cages, mini golf, laser tag, go karts, bumper cars and an arcade. Zao Island also has a real alligator exhibit where patrons can feed the alligators from a pole.
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Wright's Hollywood Park is a classic movie-themed fun park aimed at kids and adults. The park features a selection of classic Hollywood memorabilia as well as miniature golf, skee ball, and other games.
The Porter County Museum was first established in 1916 when the local historical society gathered a large collection of local artifacts to celebrate the town's centennial. The museum remains open daily with guided tours, traveling exhibitions, and educational programs.
Opened in 1992, Seebeck Gallery is an art gallery and gift shop dedicated to showcasing a variety of arts and crafts. Visitors to the gallery will find oils, watercolors, jewelry, ceramics, wood, art glass, and sculptures.
As a mansion on Lake Michigan, Anderson Arts Center displays many pieces of fine art and has an entire exhibit dedicated to artwork done by students from the surrounding area. During the summer they put on concerts outside.
A movie theater multiplex and part of the Cinemark theater chain, Tinseltown USA shows primarily first run Hollywood films in fully digital video and audio. The theater offers discount matinees and a variety of refreshments.