We invite you to experience Tuscarawas County, Ohio and immerse yourself in the area’s rich history and one-of-a-kind attractions.
Our group friendly attractions include the Ernest Warther Museum & Gardens, the Age of Steam Roundhouse, Warther Cutlery, the Reeves Museum, Famous Endings, and the Auman Museum of Radio & Television. In addition to being the gateway to Ohio’s Amish country, our Agritour features a plow to plate experience and guests love shopping in our downtowns.
Explore our historical sites, including two National Historic Landmarks: The Dennison Railroad Depot Museum and Historic Zoar Village. We are home to home to Historic Schoenbrunn Village; site of Ohio’s first settlement, church, and school and Fort Laurens—Ohio’s only Revolutionary War fort.
Dining options include buffet and family style meals along with catering at many of the museums. Relax at one of our winery or brewery locations. Our live theaters feature Ohio’s oldest outdoor drama, Trumpet in the Land, touring Broadway shows at the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center and musicals at the Ohio Star Theater.
Offering a variety of group activities, Tuscarawas County is conveniently located in northeast Ohio on I-77, and is less than two hours from Cleveland, Columbus or Pittsburgh.
Member: ABA, OMCA, PBA, VMA, TMCA, NCMA, GMOA
Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:
- Ohio Amish Country
- Warther Carvings
- Ohio Star Theater
- Pro Football HOF
- The Wilds
- Roscoe Village
Mon – Fri 9 am – 5 pm
Open Year Round