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Canton Palace Theatre - First opened in 1926, the Canton Palace Theatre has had a long and illustrious history presenting cultural, entertainment and educational experiences for the community. After a $4.0 million restoration, the Palace is once again alive as a vital multipurpose entertainment facility, cementing its status at one of Canton, Ohio's most beloved things to do. Its marquee burns brightly sixty feet above downtown Canton's Market Avenue, where the theatre plays host to more than 300 events per year, with an annual attendance of more than 100,000.
National First Ladies' Library (26.7 miles) - Take a trip to the National First Ladies' Library, the first and only facility of its kind. Educating people about the contributions of First Ladies and other notable women in history and located in the historic Ida Saxton McKinley home, this popular attraction in Canton, Ohio, features unique rotating exhibits, an education and resource center, a library, and a gift shop.
Harry London Candies (18 miles) - Sweet-lovers visiting Canton, Ohio should spend a weekend browsing Harry London Candies, which offers visitors a 45-minute guided tour of their chocolate-making facilities. Once the tour is over, be sure to visit their retail store, where you'll be overwhelmed by a selection of more than 500 varieties of gourmet chocolates and candies!
MAPS Air Museum (16.5 miles) - An exciting thing to do for history buffs, the MAPS Air Museum educates visitors about the history of aviation and its impact upon society. With a permanent collection of vintage military and significant civilian aircraft, it is currently restoring some of the world's greatest military aircrafts. The facility houses a theatre, a display area, the Louise Timken Aviation Research Library, the museum store, and the aircraft restoration facility.
Pro Football Hall of Fame (24 miles) - One of the most famous things to do in Canton, Ohio, the Pro Football Hall of Game honors the great players of the professional football world since 1920, the Pro Football Hall of Fame has welcomed more then seven million fans since its opening in September, 1963. With the completion of the $9.2 million expansion in 1995, all eyes are now turned on the GameDay Stadium, where pro football action is presented in a turntable theater featuring a 20'x42' Cinemascope screen!
Sluggers & Putters (22.1 miles) - A popular thing to do with the whole family, Sluggers & Putters offers an array of outdoor activities. From indy and stock karts, bumper boats, miniature golf, and a driving range to a cool rock climbing wall, mini hoops, arcade and ice cream shop, it offers hours of exhilarating entertainment.