The Canal Fulton Canalway Center is a visitor and information center, located in northwestern Stark County along the Ohio and Erie Canal's Towpath Trail. Visitors can take a ride on the St. Helena III replica canal boat, learn about local history, and request…More Info
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Museums & History
Whether you want to learn more about local history, the rich presidential history of our area, or you are looking for some nostalgic fun with the family the Canton, Ohio area has many museums, historic towns and national historic sites to visit.
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Canton Classic Car Museum is so much more than cars! Housed in a 1914 Ford dealership. Opened in 1978. Displaying over 45 antique and collectible cars and so much more. Ohio's greatest memorabilia, antique and nostalgia museum, there is something for everyone!…More Info
Explore and Enjoy More at the Canton Museum of Art (CMA) — Ohio’s premier location for an exceptional visual arts experience! The Canton Museum of Art is recognized for powerful national touring exhibits and dynamic original exhibits featuring prominent…More Info
The First Ladies National Historic Site preserves, promotes and educates the public about the significant role of First Ladies of the United States and their contributions throughout history.
Located right in downtown Canton, the Site includes the Education and…More Info
Visitors to Zoar Village travel back in time to explore this 19th century German village along the banks of the Tuscarawas River. A hardy group of 300 German Separatists built their homes and called their town Zoar, "a sanctuary from evil." Today the historic…More Info
For over 100 years, The Hoover Company was the leader in homes across the world when it came to floorcare. The legacy that was left by the Company’s closure in 2007 involved so much more than the vacuums they produced. Discover the technological and engineering…More Info
The MAPS Air Museum (Military Aviation Preservation Society) is an internationally known museum of aviation and serves as a center of that history in Northeast Ohio. The museum features over 50 types of aircraft dating from the one of a kind 1908 Martin Glider…More Info
Massillon Museum galleries are filled with innovative exhibitions—sometimes art, sometimes history. The main gallery features award-winning, often in-house curated shows that change about five times a year. Second-floor galleries usually focus on the permanent…More Info
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…More Info
A truly exhilarating museum and exhibition center, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is the Ultimate Destination for Fans & Families. Chronicled within the walls of the Hall of Fame are the stories and circumstances of play that bring the game to life in 118,000…More Info
Spring Hill farm was settled by prominent New England Quakers, Thomas and Charity Rotch. Guests can tour the Rotch's 1821 home and discover its unique features, artifacts, furnishings and history. The site's sixteen acres include woods, fields, gardens and four…More Info
The Cat Fanciers' Association Foundation was established in 1990 by the Cat Fanciers' Association, Inc. Board of Directors as a forum to educate the general public about the existence and history of the cat.More Info