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Welcome to Tuscarawas County Ohio

Welcome to Tuscarawas County Ohio! World class museums, hundreds of events, and exciting outdoor activities await you and your family. Don’t know how to get here? We’re located along I-77 between Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh – click here for directions. Do you have questions or need more information? Our website and travel guide are filled to the brim with information to help you plan your trip! Call our offices at (800) 527-3387 or visit us at 124 E High Avenue in downtown New Philadelphia Ohio; we’re located across the street from the Tuscarawas County Courthouse. We’re open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and our visitor kiosk is open seven days a week from 6am to 12am!

Visit and enjoy the big stories our small towns have to offer – did you know that over four movies have been filmed here in Tuscarawas County Ohio? That’s just the tip of the iceberg! Our partners have experiences that are sure to inspire, excite and motivate you. Book your hotel rooms early, our rooms fill up fast!

Click here to learn 20 Amazing Stories about Tuscarawas County!

Dining
Whether you want a delicious farm-to-fork dining experience, wonderful home-cooked Italian cuisine or family style Amish cooking, Tuscarawas County Ohio has you covered. Our partner’s unique offerings cater to all taste profiles and price points. Stop on your way through for a quick bite or bring the whole family and make a night of it!

Lodging
Tuscarawas County Ohio offers many quality and affordable lodging options for our road-weary travelers. All of our partner’s hotels are located conveniently near major roadways, restaurants and attractions. Our Bed & Breakfasts offer scenic vistas for that perfect getaway weekend and we have hundreds of campsites for RVers and hikers alike.
Events
Looking to get out of the house and travel? Tuscarawas County Ohio is bursting with activity! Be sure to check out our exhaustive events calendar – there you’ll find the dates to all your favorite shows and festivals – and always find something to do every month and all through the week!

Recent News

Jammin' Food Truck Fest

Don't miss out on the Jammin' Food Truck Festival on September 3rd at Historic Schoenbrunn Village!

Make sure to bring your appetite for this end of summer celebration featuring a variety of food trucks, live music all day, a beer garden, children's activities, corn hole, volleyball and local celebrity kickball tournament!

Activities will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. that Saturday, and you can enjoy a wide variety of food trucks serving: cuban sandwiches, italian grinders, wood fired pizza, smoked meats, seafood, specialty drinks, unique tacos, artisan fries, BBQ, fritters, comfort food, pulled pork and more.

Saxy Rob will be playing from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Ed's Acoustic Thingy will play from 2 to 4 p.m., and Valleytown will play from 5 to 7 p.m.

Admission to the event is free. Those who donate $3 will be given a wristband which will earn them $1 off every beverage sold by the museums and $1 off admission into Schoenbrunn Village proper.

Call 740-922-6776 for more information. All proceeds go to support the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, Historic Schoenbrunn Village and the Uhrichsville Folk Art and Industrial Clay Museum.


The Canteen Grill

A new restaurant is open inside the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum! The Canteen Grill is open Tuesday through Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Dennison Railroad Depot Museum

From their Times Reporter article:

"We're going to do a lot of farm-to-table stuff," Webb said. "I've been going to a farmers market and trying to get local produce. Our meats are all fresh and never frozen. Our burgers are certified Angus beef, custom blend burgers."

Ninety-nine percent of the food will be made in-house, as will the desserts. They are planning a family friendly menu with steaks and lasagna, he said. "A fun menu, that's how I would describe it."

They are considering getting a smoker to serve barbecue, brisket and ribs. And because they are hoping to get a lot of business from church-goers, they plan to serve church food, such as fried chicken on Sundays, Webb said.

The patio area will also be open, where patrons can purchase short-cook orders. There will be entertainment on the patio on Friday and Saturday evenings.