Warther Museum Festival of Trees
Showcasing the fabulous carvings by the World’s Master Carver; Mooney Warther and is the stage for a one-week display of over 100 trees, wreaths, and other holiday decorations throughout the museum. Tour the family home decorated for a 1920’s holiday; and visit gift shop for some great holiday shopping.
Amish Country Additions:
J.E. Reeve’s Mansion decorated for the season, Tis the Season Christmas Shop and other shops at the Schrock Heritage Village. Buggy rides weather permitting. Add Coblentz Chocolates, Heini’s Cheese, Kauffman Bakery, holiday shopping time at the Amish Country Flea Market with fun HOLIDAY scavenger hunt, find the Santa’s!! JE REEVES Mansion decorated for the season. YOU can pick from a menu of ideas! And we can also make this a stocking stuffer tour with cheese, bakery items, ornaments and more.
Cambridge Additions –
Enrich your senses with the sights, sounds, and activities that evoke the Dickens era! Enjoy the spirit of Dickens Victorian Village, a unique walking tour experience that takes you back to life in 1850’s England. Each year in November and December, downtown Cambridge is charmingly transformed in to Dickens Victorian Village. Visitors are invited to stroll along the streets amidst 94 scenes depicting classic views of Victorian life. Guests can enjoy a Make and Take or a Stocking Stuffer tour with gifts. Enjoy a fabulous light display with music.
Castle Noel –
GUIDED TOUR of America’s largest indoor year-round Christmas entertainment attraction. Castle Noel has over $2 million of animated New York City department store Christmas windows, and the entire Christmas Movieland prop and costume collection from Hollywood – including the Grinch’s sleigh. There’s also a blizzard vortex tunnel, plus a 25′ Christmas tree and Christmas toys from the past. This is a guided tour. (about 20 steps on tour)
This facility houses exhibits impacting aviation on the culture of man. The collection offers vintage US and foreign military, and civilian aircraft, many of which it preserves and rebuilds at that location. These volunteers have restored more than three-dozen vintage airplanes, among them a 1909 glider built by a local farm, and pulled by his plow horse, a B26 World War II bomber and modern jet fighters. Its Gallery of Heroes is a large exhibit of uniforms, weapons, medals and more from several wars. Dinner with IKE!!!!
It is true that Newcomerstown’s Main Street once looked like Bedford Falls in a scene from the film; It’s A Wonderful Life. Many can remember the streets in small towns throughout America that were decked out in festive holiday lights and colors. Christmas decorations were everywhere. Guests will be able to relive those moments at MAIN STREET USA!!
Take a stroll down Olde Main Street and observe life as it used to be in the early 1940s. Twenty-three store fronts take you back to businesses that served their customers in that era.
The entire indoor street is brightly adorned with Christmas lights and decorations. The storefronts –many that you can actually walk inside –feature original signs and furnishings from the old Main Street businesses of Newcomerstown. It will be like walking into a Christmas card. And there are not many places you can go and purchase an already decorated Christmas tree. Shopping is available. Lunch or dinner and forty-minute show of Christmas favorites all dressed in Victorian Attire. This will surely make your Holiday Jolly!!!
P. Graham Dunn
Tucked into the manufacturing facility is a 20,000 square foot retail store. Guests will enter the massive two-story lobby where they are greeted by a grand staircase. Ascending to the second- floor store, guests enjoy the visually rich displays and seemingly endless product options. Windows and viewing areas along each side of the store provide a look into the manufacturing plant. Visitors not only get a bird’s eye view of the production process from start to finish, but also get to experience watching both “English” and Amish working side by side.
Lasers in the store are available for custom engraved gifts on the spot. Bargain shoppers flock to the Factory Outlet where we constantly add overstocked, scratch & dent, prototype, discontinued, and unfinished merchandise.
The Bethlehem Cave and Nativity Museum,
located in Nativity of the Lord Jesus Church, is a replica of the cave where Jesus was born as it appears today in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. It serves as a chapel and a place for pilgrimage. It includes the Altar of the Nativity, the Altar of the Magi and the Manger of the Infant Jesus. Throughout the church building, there are displays of hundreds of Nativity scenes from different countries. Additional church highlights include a 16th century church bell and stained-glass windows depicting the Christmas gospels. Guided tour.
Harry London’s Chocolates, another Canton iconic business will delight you with a free tour, samples of some of their most famous confections, and awesome holiday shopping opportunities!
ENJOY fabulous Hartville Flea Market (next to the Neil Diamond Show) – Founded in 1939, Hartville Marketplace a unique indoor market place with over 100 unique shops featuring food, fashion, crafts, antiques, home decor, and more
Contact: Carol Glessner at Country Coach Adventures for your customized Timeless Holiday Treasure tour.