Mckinley Presidential Library & Museum
***The McKinley Museum is temporarily closed.***
The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum is a family friendly history and science museum. The Museum includes the McKinley Gallery, the Street of Shops, the Keller Gallery, Discover World, the Hoover-Price Planetarium, Ramsayer Research Library and their new permanent exhibit, The Stark County Story. The McKinley National Memorial, burial site of President William McKinley and his family, is also on the Museum grounds.
Tying the Knot: The History of Bridal Fashion | January 16, 2020-May 31, 2020
Explore wedding fashions of the past, from the 1860s to the present day. Learn more about the history behind timeless wedding traditions, such as the bouquet toss, wedding cakes, the engagement ring, the role of the Best Man, and more!
Norman Rockwell in the 1940s: A View of the American Homefront | June 11, 2020-September 6, 2020
Many of Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers during the 1940s were inspired by life on the American Homefront during World War II. Rockwell’s powerful Four Freedoms, unforgettable Rosie the Riveter, exuberant Homecoming Soldier, and hapless but lovable infantryman, Willie Gillis are among the many memorable images contained with this exhibition of original tearsheets featuring 44 Rockwell illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post. From the Norman Rockwell Museum.
The Me Decade: A Look back at the 1970s | October 1, 2020-March 7, 2021
The exhibition will feature artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection that are sure to bring back memories, including popular fashions and a disco ball. A special section will feature the ways in which America celebrated its Bicentennial in 1976.