New Philadelphia

Downtown New Philly - Tuscawaras County Courthouse.

New Philadelphia, called New Philly by locals, is a small town and county seat of Tuscawaras County (which means "mouth of river") in northeastern Ohio. Its twin city, Dover, is immediately to the northwest and the two towns generally operate as one. In the early 1800s, the town was settled by pioneers, primarily immigrating from the Susquehanna Valley in the State of Pennsylvania.

Get in

By air

By car



Antique Carousel - Tuscora Park.







Bed & Breakfast

Historic Zoar

Zoar was a communal village for 80 years. The historic town is a charming getaway with a handful of quaint B&Bs.

Other B&Bs

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Routes through New Philadelphia

Canton Dover  N  S  Stone Creek Charleston
Ashland Dover  W  E  Jct W E Wheeling
Mansfield Dover  W  E  Dellroy East Liverpool

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