BERLIN OHIO MUSEUMS & GALLERIES
Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center-Behalt: Your intro to the culture of Amish Country! Interpretive tour of Behalt-stunning 265 ft. circular mural depicting Amish and Mennonite heritage. Conestoga wagon, one-room schoolhouse, bookstore, gift shop and local crafts. 5798 CR 77, Berlin / 330-893-3192.
Victorian House Museum (Sun, Apr-Dec): Listed in the National Historic Registry. Featured on HGTV, 28-room Victorian Mansion located in Historic Millersburg. Self-guided tours. Special Holiday Events. For seasonal hours check website. 484 Wooster Rd., Millersburg / 330-674-0022.
J.E. Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House Museum (Sun*): Restored turn-of-century mansion with original family furnishings. Adjoining Carriage House Museum with gift shop. 325 East Iron Ave., Dover / 800-815-2794.
Alpine Hills Historical Museum: Showcasing three floors of audio-visual displays with exhibits of Sugarcreek and the surrounding area's Swiss and Amish heritage. Displays include Amish kitchen, cheese house, woodworking shop, gun shop and more. 106 West Main St., Sugarcreek / 888-609-7592.
Warther Museum (Sun, Mar-Dec): Come visit with the Warther Family and see the amazing legacy of Ernest “Mooney” Warther. The Warther experience will inspire the soul as you view the astonishing Ivory and Ebony carved locomotives done by the World's Master Carver. 331 Karl Ave., Dover / 330-343-7513.
Dennison Depot Railroad Museum (Sun*): Visit Dreamsville, USA with the restored 1873 Pennsylvania Railroad depot with railroad exhibits, model train room, interactive children's car and rare WWII hospital car with serviceman's canteen. Watch for magical Polar Express Train Ride. 400 Center St., Dennison / 877-278-8020 .
Auman Museum of TV and Radio: Get tuned into one of America's greatest pastimes. With memorabilia from 1900-1950, there's more here than just TV's and radios. Nostalgic entertainment items ranging from games, toys, comic books and much more. 215 North Tuscarawas Ave., Dover / 330-364-1058 / by appt. only.
Temperance Tavern Museum (Sun*): Formerly an Ohio canal and stagecoach stopover, transformed into a museum, it is home to displays honoring local sons, Cy Young and OSU football giant Woody Hayes. Period costumes and original 1841 tavern room are available. 221 West Canal St., Newcomerstown / 740-498-8588.
Millersburg Glass Museum (Sun, Jun-Oct): The most significant public display of Millersburg Carnival and Crystal Glass, with guided tour. Glass produced 1909-1912. Featuring exhibits quarterly to celebrate the 100th Anniversary. Group tours available by appointment. 87 W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-2497.
Biblewalk (Sun*): Biblewalk features 70 scenes and 300 life-sized wax figures. Each scene is complimented by wall murals, original music and narration. “Dinner with Grace” Christian dinner theater is open Mar-Dec. 500 Tingley Ave., Mansfield / 800-222-0139.
Berlin Creek Gallery: Representing P. Buckley Moss, Thomas Kinkaid, Diane Graebner, and a delightful variety of talented local artists. Outstanding selection of Amish scenes. Awesome matting and framing. First-class gallery in the heart of Amish Country. 5042 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2686.
Blue River Gallery: Extraordinary art pieces by more than 200 fine American artists. Festive hand-blown glass ornaments, vases, handcrafted hot glass jewelry, Raku fired pottery, glass-fused stoneware and bronze sculptures. A remarkable gallery. A place like no other. 5032SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2207.
Gallery in the Vault: Featuring more than 500 artisans in one of Wooster's old major banking establishment. The “mix” includes original wall art, art glass, a large variety of pottery and many more different treasures. 105 E. Liberty St., Wooster / 330-262-3599.