Over the past twenty-three years, the Christmas Tour of Homes, originally sponsored by our friends at the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, has become a welcome tradition, kicking off the Christmas holiday season in Tuscarawas County. In 2009, the Heritage Home Association of Tuscarawas County was invited to take over this popular annual event and graciously accepted.
On Sunday, December 10, 2017, between the hours of Noon and 5PM, members and friends of the Heritage Home Association will present the 24th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes.
Many homes will be considered, and in the end 10 or 11 homes and/or buildings will be chosen. If you might have an interest in opening your home for the tour in 2017, please contact us. (you can use the contact us form under the About Us tab)
For questions, to volunteer, or for more info about participating as a homeowner on an upcoming Christmas Tour*, please call 330-339-9220 or send an e-mail message.
If you might be inclined to support our efforts as a member, please go here.
* (Note that, in order for your home or building to be included on our Christmas Tour, it must be physically located in Tuscarawas County..)
Ticket sales for the 23rd Annual Christmas Tour of Homes are now closed, and despite challenges from Mother Nature, another successful tour has concluded. Thank you for your interest.
Advance ticket sales for the 24th annual tour will be open in early November of 2017.
Again, thank you for your support and patronage! We look forward to seeing you again!
For more info on 2016 tour sites, visit http://tuschha.org/index.php/what-s-new or
The Heritage Home Association of Tuscarawas County is a non-profit Ohio corporation, tax-exempt under IRC section 501(c)(3).
The Association is dedicated to the documentation and preservation of architecturally and historically significant homes and other structures located in Tuscarawas County. It is also the aim of the Association to develop and encourage interest within the community in restoring and preserving these historic structures, cultivate appreciation of this part of our local heritage, and to educate individuals interested in preservation and restoration of local homes.