- The list below includes 59 free or cheap things to do in or near Dover, Ohio, including 67 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Bowling, Laser Tag and Historic Sites.
- From Warther Museum to Reeves J E Home & Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dover and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canton, Massillon, Millersburg and North Canton.
Discover the story of a man who turned his love of carving into a family business that has lasted for generations when you visit Warther Museum. The museum features guided tours, intricate carvings of locomotives, and other priceless gems that must be seen.
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325 E. Iron Ave., Dover, OH MoreLess Info
Built in the late 19th century, the J. E. Reeves Victorian Home & Carriage House Museum holds possessions of the Reeves family. A tour is provided and the museum has a collection of vehicles from the period.
Dedicated to master carver Ernest 'Mooney' Warther, the Warther Woodcarving Museum maintains a large collection of wood, ivory, and other carvings. The museum offers guided tours for individuals and groups, and hosts corporate events.
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307 N Tuscaraawas Avenue, Dover, OH 44622 MoreLess Info
With The RAC-Battlefield Live Ohio, visitors can experience a multi-level laser tag experience in the theme of a post-apocalyptic wasteland. In addition to these arenas, there is an arcade, Xbox 360 gaming lounge, and concession stands.
Opened for the visitors in 1983, the Yoder's Amish Home organizes special events, such as the Pumpkin Butter. Buggy rides, field trips, tours of the farm, and a barn filed with domestic animals are waiting for the visitors.
Besides the domestic animals in the petting zoo, at the Rolling Ridge Ranch there are also exotic animals, such as macaws and the South American coati. The ranch was opened in 1996 and now organizes safari-like tours on its 80 acres. There are approximately 600 animals, covering 100 species.
Established in 1981, the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center has been sharing the faith, culture, and heritage of the Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite peoples. Visitors to the center are enthralled with the 265-foot mural-in-the-round and available tours.