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Valparaiso's Central Park Plaza

Address

63 Lafayette St., Valparaiso, IN 46383

Contact

Phone: (219) 462-5144

About

A downtown community green space where visitors can enjoy year-round activities like concerts, a farmer's market and summer evening movies. The park features a performance pavilion, a splash pad and more.

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  • central park Plaza Valparaiso
  • central park Plaza Valparaiso
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What's Nearby

Events:

World Cultural Festival has been added to your travel planner!
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World Cultural Festival

Date: Saturday, September 19
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (CST)

The World Cultural Festival is a celebration of food, arts & crafts, dance, and music from around the world. This family-friendly event features authentic cultural music and dancing, hands-on educational activities for children, and an opportunity to learn about the cultural diversity of Northwest Indiana and the growing interconnectedness of our world.

Winter Grand Opening - Central Park Plaza has been added to your travel planner!
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Winter Grand Opening - Central Park Plaza

Date: Saturday, November 28
3:00 - 5:30 p.m. (CST)

Enjoy live entertainment, tree lighting, and a grand welcome to the amazing expansion to the downtown park. More information coming soon.

Shakespeare in the Park: The Tempest has been added to your travel planner!
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Shakespeare in the Park: The Tempest

Dates: July 08 - July 09, 2016
Call for times (CST)

For the 5th annual Shakespeare at Center Park Plaza, CST brings audiences all new magic with Shakespeare's The Tempest. Filled with spectacle and the supernatural, is it Shakespeare's late masterpiece of forgiveness, generosity, and enlightenment.