|Pro-Football Hall of Fame
Tribute to the greats of the pro football world that features two
large galleries showcasing the honorees of the Hall.
First Ladies Library
The house once shared by President and Mrs.
McKinley has been restored and is now the home of a library
dedicated to the history of America's first ladies.
Ben Sutton Golf School
At the Ben Sutton Golf school you are introduced
to the basics of golfing and once you think you got a hand on it you
can relax and practice your skills on the golf course.
McKinley Museum and National Memorial
Hill-top tombstones of president McKinley, his
wife and two children.
Hoover Historical Center
Leave household chores behind and visit this
one-of-a-kind museum celebrating over 90 years of Hoover vacuums.
Canton Classic Car Museum
Ohio's museum filled with cars from 1904-1981, and
lots of memorabilia.
One aspect of The
Wilderness Center continues to amaze many people. The Wilderness
Center is not a part of the government. It is not supported by
taxes. The Wilderness Center is privately supported by the
contributions of its members, special fund-raising events, and
ongoing services like the Tree of Life program.
Harry London Candies
Harry London learned
over time and through the eloquent teachings of his father the true
art of making fine confections. He found that in a world where more
always seemed to be the norm in creating anything of wonder, the art
of chocolate-making broke all traditional rules. He learned that
quality was more important than quantity.
Spring Hill Historic Home
Spring Hill Historic
Home is an 1820's rural home complete with furnishings collected
over the decades by Quakers Thomas and Charity Rotch, who built the
house, and by three generations of the Wales family who later lived
there. The home was a station on the Underground Railroad.
Zoar Tavern and Inn
The Zoar Tavern & Inn.
Historic Zoar Restaurant, Tavern, Inn and Giftshop.