Kaldenbaugh Statue: (Statue facing square) Major Henry Kaldenbaugh served in the 51st infantry division in the Civil War, and left a bequest in his will for the construction of the monument to honor GAR (Union) soldiers.

Cannons/Cannon Balls: (Near North Broadway) These are original cannons that were used during the Civil War. The cannons sit on a cradle, and when in the cradle, the cannons can point to different elevations and move in different directions. The cannon balls are authentic.

Dough Boy: (Statue right in front of the courthouse) This is a World War I statue. He is holding a grenade in his hand.

WWII and Korean Conflict: (By the Board of Elections) This monument is to commemorate the WWII and Korean Conflict. 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial: (monument directly in front of the entrance to the County Office Building.) This memorial commemorates the Vietnam War and those killed during service. Listed are those from this county that were killed during service. There is a separate wall for each division of service.

Desert Storm Memorial: (Newest monument closest to East High Ave.) This commemorates the Desert Storm conflict also known as the Gulf War.

Revolutionary War Memorial (Monument is beside main Courthouse steps, near the Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial) This memorial is to commemorate the Revolutionary War.

Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Memorial This monument commemorates Congressional Medal of Honor recipients from all wars who were from Tuscarawas County.

POW/MIA Memorial (Newest monument located near the Courthouse steps) This monument, featuring an empty chair, is in memory of all American soldiers who are unaccounted for.