Top tourist attractions in Canton, Ohio

Looking for fun things to do in Canton, Ohio? You’re in luck; Canton offers many tourist attractions, ranging from the Football Hall of Fame to the Cultural Center for the arts.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame2121 George Halas Drive NW
Canton, Ohio
(330) 456-8207

Are you a football addict? It’s every football-lovers dream to visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and in Canton, Ohio, that dream can become a reality. In addition to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, there’s also the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Two attractions for the price of one!

Cost: Adults are $15, children 14 and under are $12; there’s a senior discount of $3. You can also purchase a family package for $45 dollars, which is for 2 adults, and all single children under the age of 21. If you wish to visit both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, then you can purchase a ‘hall pass’ for the following prices:

Adults (15-59): $30.

Seniors (60+): $23.50
Children (9-14): $17.00
Children 8 & Under: No Charge Parking is free.The Canton Classic Car Museum

Canton Classic Car Museum
555 Market Avenue South
Canton, OH

Are you into classic cars? Cars of all types, models, and makes can be found at the Canton ClassicCar Museum . Established in 1978 by Marshall Belden Sr., it is home to 45 rare and/or unusual automobiles.

Cost: Adults are $7.50, seniors (60 and over) are $6.00; children (6-18) are $5.00, and children under 6 are free. Discount group rates and guided tours are available, contact the museum for information.

William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum of History, Science, and Industry McKinley Museumof History, Science and Industry 800 McKinley Monument Drive NW Canton, OH 44708-4832


The McKinley Museum of History, Science, and Industry is one of the most enjoyable places I have ever visited, having been there several times since I was a small child. With sections divided for history, science, and industry, you get to visit each in turn. The McKinley museum is not meant to be viewed, but instead explored and interacted with. The science center contains robots and other science objects you can touch and experiment with. The history section contains robot dinosaurs that move and roar, Native American huts and artifacts you can explore, and archaeological sand pits you can explore and keep what you discover. If you are looking for an attraction for the entire family, or somewhere kid-friendly, the McKinley museum is the place to be.

Cost: Adults are $7, Senior Citizens age 60 + are $6, and children over the age of 5 are $5. Children under the age of 5 are free. There’s also the option to become a member, which has additional perks.

Canton Museum of Art

Canton Museum of Art
1001 Market Avenue North
Canton, OH 44702-1024

Another wonderful attraction I have personally visited many times, the Canton Museum of Art is free to view, and often hosts many extra exhibits, some free, others not. They also offer many classes, including: pottery, painting, drawing, jewelry, and many more. If you enjoy viewing a wide array of artwork, including sculptors and water art, then the Canton Museum of Art is a quiet and peaceful place to satisfy your artistic desires.

MAPS Air Museum
2260 International Parkway
North Canton, Ohio 44720
Phone: (330) 896-6332


An aviator’s dream-come-true, the MAPS Air Museum is full of planes: modern planes, antique planes, rare and specialty, etc. They have rooms devoted to different time periods in aviation including WWII.Cost: $5.00 for adults, $4.50 for seniors (55+), $3.00 for students, and K-12 $4.50 for Group Tours (15 or more). Guided tours are available for all visitors.You can take an online tour of theMAPSMuseumat are a few of the major attractions available in Canton Ohio. For a list of more attractions, visit