Discover all things "football" in the Hall of Fame City!

Hall of Fame City

On September 17, 1920 a group of men gathered in downtown Canton, Ohio at the Hupmobile showroom of Ralph Hay, owner of the hometown Bulldogs. The result of that historic meeting was the birth of the National Football League, just one of the reasons why the Pro Football Hall of Fame is in Canton. Visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame, then head out to discover the culture and heritage of this football hotbed and find more things to do while you are visiting the Hall of Fame city.

Visit the Hall

Plan your visit to America's premier sports museum and showplace today! The Pro Football Hall of Fame is open 363 days a year!

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Canton Hall of Fame Road Trip

Want to know more about how the NFL was founded in Canton, Ohio? Or, why the Pro Football Hall of Fame is located here? This list of must-see stops in the Hall of City and surrounding Stark County region will help share the history and culture that shaped The Game in Canton, Ohio. Plus, a few fun stops along the way to highlight the region's continued passion for football and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Hall of Fame Hops

Visit 15 craft brew locations throughout the Canton, Stark County region. Get the mobile passport and check-in for prizes and discounts.

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The Eleven

"The Eleven" greatest moments in pro football history come to life as public art!

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Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls

Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls is a 200-acre tourism development featuring the National Youth Football & Sports Complex, Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, and the ongoing development of a multi-use destination in Canton, Ohio.

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Paul Brown Museum

In Massillon, Ohio, visit a museum dedicated to the city's favorite son, the man who transformed the sport of football, Paul Brown.

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