From the landscaped trees and shrubs and cobblestone walkways of downtown Dover, to New Philadelphia's old-fashioned town square and open, landscaped plazas, shoppers can browse, dine, and enjoy numerous stores, shops, service outlets and restaurants, all within easy walking distance. Offering bargain movies, the New Philadelphia Quaker Theater is just a few blocks walk from a cup of fresh brewed coffee at one of several specialty cafes.

graphicNew Towne Mall serves shoppers from Tuscarawas County and the seven surrounding counties. Featuring Ames, Elder-Beerman, JCPenney, Sears, Office Max and Phar-Mor, New Towne Mall boasts more than 500,000 square feet of shops, boutiques, service providers and eateries. Regional stores and specialty shops add local flavor to nationally recognized retailers. Catch the latest releases at the eight-screen Regal Cinema, the perfect conclusion to a busy day of shopping. Shoppers can enjoy Heritage Square in Dover, home to the 24-hour, locally owned Bag-N-Save Food Market. If a small town environment is to your liking, visit the unique Ross' Market Basket, located in Claymont Center in Uhrichsville.

Other shoppers may enjoy the 24-hour convenience of Super Kmart or Wal-Mart in New Philadelphia. A taste of old Switzerland can be enjoyed while browsing the colorful alpine scenes that decorate the shops of Sugarcreek. Amish baked goods, arts and crafts, and handmade goodies are available at many shops. Don't miss out on the delicious Swiss cheese available at any of several cheese houses. Amid the rich history and federal, blue-trimmed buildings of Zoar, many more quaint and unusual shops offer the pleasure of browsing. Collectors will appreciate the rich variety of antique malls and flea markets available in the Tuscarawas Valley.

graphicGet lost in time at the 84,000-square-foot Riverfront Antique Mall in New Philadelphia or at one of the many antique shops found in the villages and cities of Tuscarawas County. If you are looking for a truly unique item, visit master wood carvers at the Warther Carvings Museum. Beautiful, hand-wrought cutlery in the tradition of fine craftsmanship is one attraction you can't miss. Also, enjoy shopping the gift shops at J.E. Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House or the Dennison Railroad Depot Museums.

Restaurants featuring ethnic food, fine dining, family fun and a large selection of well-known national outlets are located only a short drive from any spot in the county. A visitor to Tuscarawas County always smiles when recalling the food. A convenient location and the site of outdoor beauty and plentiful events is the reason visitors make trips and return stops to Tuscarawas County each year. Ohio's heritage begins in the county, and today's activities and choices make the area one of the state's and region's jewels. It's easy for visitors to obtain details about Tuscarawas County's choices. Information about the county's attractions and events is available at numerous outlets and on the Internet. For complete details about a visit to Tuscarawas County (including a calendar of events), contact the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce or the Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau.


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