make your trip to Canton even more worthwhile, we've compiled a list of
other interesting attractions in the Canton area. All the listings include
a contact telephone number and a link to their respective web site (if
applicable). Please note that all links open in a new browser window.
For a collection of interesting car-related links, go
William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
800 McKinley Monument Dr. NW - Canton ~ 330-455-7043
Presidential memorabilia, interactive science center, planetarium, robotic
dinosaur and an enormous model railroad are a few of this museum's attractions.
Museum of Art
1001 Market Ave. N - Canton ~ 330-453-7666
The Canton Museum of Art features traveling and original temporary
exhibits and a permanent collection highlighting American watercolors and
Canton Symphony Orchestra
1001 Market Ave. N - Canton ~ 330-452-3434
The 80+ member professional orchestra, under the direction of Gerhardt
Zimmerman, performs more than 60 classical, pops, chamber and educational
concerts each year in addition to ensemble presentations.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
221 George Halas Dr. NW - Canton ~ 330-456-8207
America’s premier sports showplace! Experience
professional football past and present through inspiring and interactive
Open daily. Memorial Day-Labor Day 9 a.m.-8
p.m., rest of the year 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Closed Christmas
Harry London Candies
5353 Lauby Rd. - North Canton ~ 330-494-0833
Take a guided one-hour chocolate journey. Experience the melt-in-your
mouth gourmet chocolates from London's, stroll through the Chocolate Hall
of Fame, be fascinated by the making, molding, wrapping, packaging and
storing of the finished chocolate products. Plus, have fun shopping in the
MAPS Air Museum
5359 Massillon Road - North Canton ~ 330-896-6332
This museum is located by the Akron/Canton Regional Airport. You are
invited to visit the aircraft restoration area, sit in the pilot's seat of
our MIG-17, and see a collection of over 790 model airplanes and
historical artifacts pertaining to the history and development of
Spring Hill Historic Home
141 Spring Hill Lane - Massillon ~ 330-833-6749
This 1820s rural home was once a stop on the underground railroad. It now
features a fine display of antiques and old-fashioned gardens.
First Ladies' National Historic Site
331 Market Ave. S -Canton, OH 44702 ~ 330-452-0876
Get a glimpse of the bygone era as you tour the home of America's 25th
president's First Lady, Ida Saxton McKinley. Located in downtown Canton, this stately
Victorian has been restored with great attention to historical
accuracy. Tours available Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.; reservations recommended.
1001 Market Ave. - North Canton ~ 330-455-7220
Canton Ballet offers public performances three times per year. Why not
make a holiday trip to see a matinee or night show of the Nutcracker!
Canton Civic Opera
Cultural Center for the Arts
1001 Market Ave. N - Canton ~ 330-455-1000
The Canton Civic Opera has been providing quality entertainment for more
than 50 years and annually presents three major productions, including Ye
Olde Madrigal Feaste.
Five Oaks Historic Home
210 Fourth St. NE - Massillon ~ 330-833-4896
Five Oaks was built in 1892-1894. Details include stone and wood carvings,
marble fireplaces, a skylight, a billiard room in Moroccan leather, a
ballroom and secret hiding places.
Greater Canton Amateur Sports Hall of
1414 Market Ave, Canton,
OH 44714 ~ 330-453-1552
Memorabilia of various
sports groups dating back to the early years of softball and bowling.
Lots of enshrinees’ pictures, including historic team pictures and local individuals that have played baseball,
football, softball and basketball. Tues.-Sun. 2-4 p.m.
Hoover Historical Center
1875 Easton St. NW - North Canton ~ 330-499-0287
Take a trip down memory lane in the boyhood home of W.H. Hoover, founder
of The Hoover Company. Amid elegant Victorian decor, the history of the
Hoover legacy and evolution of cleaning devices unfolds.
121 Lincoln Way East - Massillon ~ 330-833-4061
The museum features changing exhibitions of contemporary art, a long-term
exhibition of local history, a sports gallery, the Immel Circus and a
photography gallery in a completely renovated facility.
North Canton Playhouse
525 7th St. NE - North Canton ~ 330-494-1613
Intimate theatre at its best. A non-profit theatre featuring popular
mainstage plays as well as educational theatre.
Ohio Society of Military History Museum
316 Lincoln Way E. - Massillon ~ 330-832-5553
This non-profit military museum features a collection of memorabilia
dedicated to Ohio's men and women of the armed forces.
605 Market Ave. N - Canton ~ 330-454-8172
Canton's premier historical theatre was originally established in 1926 as
a vaudeville movie house. Today, the theatre is dedicated to music,
cinema, live stage shows and organ concerts on the historical Kilgen
The Players Guild
1001 Market Ave. N - Canton ~ 330-453-7619
One of the nation's oldest and largest community theatres, featuring two
theatres in which its more than 10 annual productions are presented to
Canton Stark County Convention and Visitors Bureau
222 Market Ave. North, Canton Ohio 44702 ~ 800-533-4302
Come and see all that Stark County has to offer! Facebook us at facebook.com/CantonOhio and Tweet us on Twitter: @CantonStarkCVB
Classic and Antique Cars of the 20th Century
Website belonging to museum
employee Chris Fonte. This site is dedicated to the cars of the 20th
Car shows, car clubs, car museums and more!