Welcome to scenic Tuscarawas County located in the foothills of Appalachian Ohio and Amish country! While you are here, you’re family!
Whether you choose to refresh and recharge, explore museums brimming with early Ohio history, National Historic Landmarks, hiking, biking or paddling trails,
shopping downtown, attending live performances, or with wine and brew tastings,
you’re going to find your favorite adventures with us. When you are hungry, you’ll find
culinary delights to satisfy your cravings. At the end of the day, relax in our lodging options.
Start planning your stay now because we can’t wait to welcome you!
The Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is located in downtown New Philadelphia directly across the street from the county court house. Our Welcome Center building is located at 124 E High and was once the site of a broom manufacturer in the late 1890s. In the 1970s the building housed La Fountaines, a discount variety store and was in operation until the mid 2000’s. After purchasing the vacant building in 2003, the CVB began to update and modernize the facility. Today we offer visitors a place to get a bottle of water, view our extensive art collection and pick up literature on area attractions and events. In 2014, the CVB added a visitor kiosk which is in the building and is accessible to visitors daily from 6AM to 10PM.