Top 5 Places for the Perfect Picture in Tuscarawas County

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Top 5 Places for the Perfect Picture in Tuscarawas County

Have you been searching for the right spot to make the best Instagram post? Or maybe you just want to get outside and explore a little more, if so check out these five locations in Tuscarawas County for great photo ops!

1.) Zoar Village / Gardens

This historic village offers a little bit for everyone seeking the perfect picture. The detailed architecture of the aged buildings, the beautiful blooming gardens, and the authentic character of the town gives way to stunning photos.

Located: 198 Main St | Zoar, Ohio 44697

2.) Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail

Not too far from Zoar, the Ohio & Erie Towpath trail has many opportunities for photo enthusiasts. Each section of the trail offers a unique perspective and a chance to capture something new each time you’re out hiking.


3.) Warther Museum & Gardens

Warther Museum and Gardens have been a staple in our community for many years. I bet most of us remember visiting Warther’s in elementary school. However, their gardens and gazebo make great backdrops for portraits or simple nature photography. 

Located: 331 Karl Ave | Dover, OH 44622

4.) Murals on Ashwood Lane | New Philadelphia 

One of the coolest photo ops is located in downtown New Philadelphia! In 2017, a number of artists, community members, and volunteers came together to give the city a fresh take on street art. The murals are located across the street from the Ezekiel Project. Grab some friends and check out these larger than life street art murals. 

Located: 146 Ashwood Ln NW | New Philadelphia, OH 44663

5.) Norma Johnson Center 

With 303 acres of land, the Norma Johnson Center gives you plenty of opportunities to snap the right photo. Whether you’re looking for wildlife photos or beautiful scenery to supplement your special moments, the Norma Johnson Center is the perfect spot!

Located: 3976 SR 39 NW | Dover, OH 44622

Unless otherwise noted: Photo credit to Andy Donaldson Photography and the Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Diane Lautenschleger