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!
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!
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.
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!
Here's a wonderful article about David Warther and his museum in Sugarcreek, OH written by Nancy Miller!
Sometimes a talent passes from generation to generation. Ernest “Mooney” Warther brilliantly carved the history of steam engines. His son, David, mastered the art of making knives. David II is following in their footsteps but on a different topic. He is transforming the history of sailing ships from the dynasties of Egypt to present day into ebony and antique ivory models. You can watch him as he masterfully carves his latest creation at David Warther Carvings which displays his wonderful ships.
David’s work has received national recognition. The Mariner’s Museum of Newport News, Virginia said, “Extraordinarily exquisite carvings beyond compare.” Mystic Seaport’s curators in Mystic Seaport, Connecticut stated, “ Epitomizes the highest level of achievement in maritime art.” In 1996, he received the Governor’s Award for the Arts, the highest level that can be bestowed on an Ohio artist.
The Dandelion Festival will take place at the new Roadhouse Amphitheater, located just 100 yards east of the winery on Old Rt. 39. Friday the festival is from noon-7 and Saturday it is 9-7. There will be wine sampling, Dandelion Sangria, cellar tours, arts and crafts and live entertainment scheduled for both days. On Saturday at noon, children should gather in the picnic shelter at the top of the hill for the Dandelion picking contest, and to make their own dandelion jelly.
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"For as long as he can remember, handsome Levi Troyer has loved playing baseball. He daydreams about playing in the major leagues, but with his father’s expectations that he remain on the farm, he manages to keep most of his dreaming in check."
The beautiful Ohio Star Theater will be hosting "The Home Game" from April 26 through June 29. Be sure to visit their website or call the box office at 855-344-7547 to secure your seats!