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Canton Museums and Attractions Pass

One discount admission pass. Eight unique experiences.

Canton Museums and Attractions Pass

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Immerse yourself in local and national history experiences throughout the Canton region.

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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Five Oaks Historic Home - Massillon Woman’s Club

Five Oaks Historic Home - Massillon Woman’s Club

Make your day unique. Surround yourself with Tiffany glass, chandeliers, exotic woods and unparalleled craftsmanship in a beautiful historic mansion located in downtown Massillon. View three floors of lovely carvings, gold and silver leaf and Victorian…

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Glamorgan Castle

Glamorgan Castle

One of Alliance's most enduring landmarks is Glamorgan Castle. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the structure was commissioned by Col. William Henry Morgan, the president and principal owner of the Morgan Engineering Co., who named it for his…

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Greater Canton Amateur Sports Hall of Fame

Greater Canton Amateur Sports Hall of Fame

The Amateur Sports Hall of Fame is housed in a historic home built in 1908 in Downtown Canton. The Hall is home to exhibits and artifacts from local amateur athletes, many of which went on to become professional athletes!

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Haines House

Haines House

Tour this 180-year old home and learn about its history, life in Alliance in the 1870s, and the role of abolitionists in Ohio - the mainline of the Underground Railroad.

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Mabel Hartzell Historical Home

Mabel Hartzell Historical Home

The Mabel Hartzell Historical Home was built in 1867 for Matthew and Mary Edwards Earley. The Earley home was considered a showplace in the late 1800s. The original property extended north to the Mahoning River. A portion of the Earley's farm is now Earley's…

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Magnolia Flouring Mills

Magnolia Flouring Mills

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, the five-story Magnolia Flouring Mills showcase the history of the small towns and agricultural communities of rural Stark County. Built in 1834 by Richard Elson along the route of the Sandy & Beaver…

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Paul Brown Museum

Paul Brown Museum

Paul Brown invented football as we know it today, and the Massillon Museum has built a new permanent exhibit space dedicated to the greatest coach who ever lived. Original Memorabilia, photos and printed material, interactive video, collections documenting…

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RG Klein Stock Market Museum & Library

RG Klein Stock Market Museum & Library

Housed in an historic Federal Post Office building in the city of Massillon, Ohio, the museum provides an excellent setting for permanent exhibits of stock market artifacts and memorabilia, art and thousands of books.  As a chronicler of American financial…

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Located in downtown Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Library and Archives is the most comprehensive repository of materials relating to the history of rock and roll, housing vast collections of books, periodicals and commercial audio and…

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