28th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes

The Tuscarawas County Heritage Home Association presents the 28th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes on Sunday, December 11 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. 
We have a marvelous line up of sites for you this year with one very special historic home which was awarded one of the 23 original Heritage Home
Plaques back in 1976 for our Country’s Bicentennial! The sites for this year’s tour are in New Philadelphia, Dover, Bolivar and Zoar—a little spread out, but we hope you will still have time to visit the Reeves Victorian Museum at 325 East Iron Ave., Dover which is decorated in all its finest holiday regalia and will be open from 1-6 pm on December 11 only for a discounted price of $3.00.
Tickets this year will go on sale on November 21 through our website site at www.tuschha.org and at the Geib Funeral Homes of Dover and New Phila, the First National Bank (Dennison location only), Pam’s Posies at 732 Boulevard St., Dover, and the Zoar Store at 198 Main St., Zoar.
Tickets are $15.00 presale, and$20.00 at the doors–Tickets are Limited. Please wear shoes that are comfortable (some walking), and that can be easily removed unless you choose to wear our shoe covers in the homes (some people bring their own house slippers to wear). We are recommending tourists wear masks in the sites.
If you buy tickets online you will be picking them up the day of the tour at the first stop which is the New Philadelphia First United Methodist Church in downtown New Philadelphia. More information to come about that.
Hope to see you on the tour!


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The Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), located in New Philadelphia, Ohio, was founded in 1979 by the Tuscarawas County Commissioners as a IRS-designated not-for-profit 501(c) 6 organization to respond to the growing number of visitor requests received in the area. The CVB began as a committee under the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce and money for...
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