Explore Amish Country from Our Hotel in Dover
Stay near the heart of Amish Country when you reserve a room
at the Country Inn & Suites in Dover, OH. You can start with a group or self-guided tour of Amish Country and enjoy a meal in an Amish home. Take a trip back in time at Historic Schoenbrunn Village, established in 1772, or Historic Zoar Village, founded in 1817. For modern fun, head to New Towne Mall, where you can explore a variety of stores and eat lunch or dinner at a great on-site restaurant.
- Amish Heartland Tours (19 miles)
For an unforgettable experience of Amish culture, complete with a farm-to-table dinner and a visit to a working farm, contact Amish Heartland Tours.
Phone: +1 (330) 893-3248
- The Farm at Walnut Creek (15.8 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
- New Towne Mall (4.3 miles)
Fortify yourself with a snack from Auntie Anne’s while you browse for deals at stores like JCPenney and Kohl’s. You can also stay for dinner at Red Lobster or Applebee’s.
Phone: +1 (330) 339-8700
- The Warther Museum and Gardens (1 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 (16.2 miles)
A historic 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
- Historic Schoenbrunn Village (10.2 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 (10.1 miles)
Founded by a sect of German immigrants in 1817, this historic community preserves homes built from the village’s founding to the present day.
Phone: +1 (330) 874-3211
- Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House Museum (2.5 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