Tour Amish Country and Find Fun Things to Do in Dover
Whether you’re taking your kids on an unforgettable trip to historic sites like Zoar Village or joining friends for a tour of Amish Country
, the Country Inn & Suites, Dover places you an easy drive down I-77 from top attractions. Get to know local history at the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center or the Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House Museum. Spend a sunny day on a wagon ride through the Farm at Walnut Creek, hit the many links nearby, or design your own winery tour to discover a few new bottles to bring home.
- The Farm at Walnut Creek (14.7 miles)
This working farm provides a home for more than 500 animals, from traditional farm animals like pigs and horses to exotic giraffes, zebras and kangaroos. You can also observe traditional Amish farm labor, visit a blacksmith shop and walk through the petting zoo.
Phone: +1 (330) 893-4200
- Ohio Star Theatre (6.4 miles)
Offering shows for all ages, the Ohio Star Theatre features a rotating schedule of concerts, comedies and dramas that highlight Amish life.
Phone: +1 (855) 344-7547
- The Warther Museum and Gardens (0.8 mile)
A tribute to the outstanding craftsmanship of master carver Ernest “Mooney” Warther, this museum includes Warther’s family home, expansive gardens and stunning exhibits like hand-carved trains crafted from ivory and ebony.
Phone: +1 (330) 343-7513
- Dennison Railroad Depot Museum (14.8 miles)
A historical railroad community that thrived at the turn of the 20th century, Dennison is now home to a museum, restaurant and gift shop.
Phone: +1 (740) 922-6776
- Famous Endings Museum (1.1 miles)
This unique museum showcases John Herzig’s collection of funeral memorabilia, such as photos, programs, audio recordings and graveside markers. You’ll see artifacts from past presidents like Abraham Lincoln, world leaders such as Sir Winston Churchill, athletes, celebrities and more.
Phone: +1 (330) 343-6132
- Historic Schoenbrunn Village (8.4 miles)
Visit Ohio’s first European settlement to learn about the lives of the Moravians, stroll through the cemetery and visit 16 reconstructed log buildings.
Phone: +1 (330) 663-6610
- Historic Zoar Village (9 miles)
Founded by a sect of German immigrants in 1817, this historical community preserves homes built from the village’s founding to the present day.
Phone: +1 (330) 874-3011
- Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House Museum (2.4 miles)
The former home of prominent industrialist Jeremiah E. Reeves, this Victorian house contains 17 rooms, including a ballroom on the third floor, and features furnishings and antiques owned by the Reeves family.
Phone: +1 (330) 343-7040