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April
25

The ABC's of Canton, OH | The Area's Landmarks and Characteristics from A-Z

We all know our traditional ABC's because we've spent years writing and reciting them. But what about the ABC's of Canton? Today, we're swapping apple for Amish country and cat for the Canton Brewing Company — because it's always fun to think about what makes our area so amazing! Keep reading to get a peek into the essential landmarks, local businesses and unique characteristics of Canton, Ohio.  

A: Amish Country

Canton, OH

Photo courtesy of Yoder's Amish Home

Canton just happens to be the gateway to Ohio's Amish Country. Once you step foot into this idyllic area, you'll experience cozy farm-to-table restaurants, stunning back roads, cheese factories and hospitable inns. While the Amish enjoy a more simple way of life, it's far from boring. There's plenty to do an see in the area, so get lost in Amish country this weekend using our guide!

B: Blue Water Majesty Museum

This hidden gem is the perfect way to spend an hour when exploring the Canton area. Visit and peruse model ships handmade from exotic woods by artist Larry Pulka. All of the models you'll get to see are exact duplicates of their full-grown sisters, made using copies of the original blueprint, and crafted without using paints or stains!

C: Canton Brewing Company

The Canton Brewing Company has a rich history dating back to 1883. Still a Canton staple, the brewery has remained committed to the historic beers that made them famous over a century ago, while also continuing to craft new and innovative brews. We recommend grabbing a delicious handmade pizza along with your pint of locally brewed beer at the brewhouse when you visit!

D: Downtown

Downtown is where you can truly feel the heartbeat of our artsy city. The area is filled with bustling restaurants and cafes, historic buildings and monuments, art galleries and shops, music venues, theaters, and so much more! Check out our guide to spending a full day in the area.

E: Ernie's Bike Shop

Canton is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. With our proximity to the Towpath Trail, an iconic 87-mile trail that runs through the heart of the Ohio & Erie Canalway, and several other fantastic biking trails, it makes sense that we have some of the best bike shops around. One of our favorites is Ernie's Bike Shop, a North Canton and Massillon staple since 1978.

F: Pro Football Hall of Fame

This world-renowned museum represents football in many colorful and entertaining ways — and it's located right here in Canton! Called the "Most Inspiring Place on Earth", visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame for incredible exhibits, displays and immersive experiences.

G: George's Lounge

Canton, OH

Photo courtesy of Joe Albert Photography via George's Lounge

Nestled in the Canton Arts District, George's Lounge is the second-longest operating bar in downtown Canton and is a fantastic spot for hand-crafted food and drinks. The laid-back decor and welcoming atmosphere will have you coming back again and again. Visit on a Wednesday and enjoy a grass-fed, gourmet burger for only $5!

H: Harry London Chocolates

Located in North Canton, Harry London Chocolates is one of the best spots to take out-of-town guests. They offer 45-minute tours of the factory, where you can learn the steps Harry London uses to carefully craft their gourmet chocolates. Afterward, stop in their retail store and pick up some goodies for the road, and don't forget to grab a box of their mouthwatering Buckeyes before you go!

I: 1899 Indoor Golf

In 1899, the first public golf course was established in Ohio. Now, over 100 years later, 1899 Indoor Golf is keeping the spirit alive with a premier indoor golf experience in Canton! They are open 365 days a year and it's always sunny on their 20 virtual courses so you don't have to worry about the weather ruining your golf game. It's also a great place to hang out, with a high-style bar that offers a rotating menu of craft cocktails, beer and wine.

J: Jackson Bog State Nature Preserve

Canton Oh Jackson Bog State Nature Preserve is a 58-acre preserve located in northern Stark County and supports over 20 state-listed rare plants. This area is a stunning location for a summer stroll and will give you an opportunity to view and learn about a vast population of flowering and carnivorous plants!

K: Kennedy's Barbecue

This landmark sandwich shop features on-premise smoked ham and pork, as well as turkey, roast beef and pulled pork sandwiches all served with Kennedy's signature homemade relish. For those with a sweet tooth, they also serve a variety of homemade pies, cookies and ice cream!

L: Lucca Downtown

Lucca is an upscale restaurant with a Tuscan-inspired menu full of locally sourced ingredients. Each dish is artistically prepared and they offer a wine menu that contains a glass to compliment every meal. Reservations are recommended for most nights.

M: McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

Canton, OH

Photo courtesy of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

Former president William McKinley spent much of his life in Canton, where he practiced law and married his wife, Ida Saxton. The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum offers everything from a carefully curated museum and library to a hands-on interactive science center and planetarium. This museum honors the life of President McKinley as it tells the story of Stark County and you can visit 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

N: The National First Ladies' Library

Founded by Ida Saxton McKinley, The National First Ladies' Library is the only museum of its kind showcasing the history of First Ladies in America. The first floor of the historic site features a theater for movies and presentations along with various exhibits. The second floor features the library, which aims to provide unique and historical information to the public.

O: Ohio to Erie Trail

This primarily off-street recreational trail runs from the Ohio River to Lake Erie, spanning the state of Ohio from Cincinnati to Cleveland and following lands formerly occupied by railroads and canals. Currently, the full length of the trail is 326 miles. Head over to the nearest trailhead and ride your bike a few miles north to Canal Fulton or Clinton for some truly spectacular sights!

P: The Palace Theatre

Whether you want to see a movie or a play, you should do so at the historic Canton Palace Theatre. This beautiful theater opened in 1926 and offers some of the most gorgeous architecture in Canton!

Q: Quail Hollow Park

Quail Hollow Park is located a few miles north of Canton in Hartville, but it one of the most gorgeous parks around! With over 700 acres of rolling meadows, marshes, scenic woodland trails and gardens, it's a great place to experience beautiful Ohio nature. The lovely, 40-room H.B. Stewart family home is also located in the park and is now used for educational and community programs and events.

R: Real Estate

For Sale in Akron and Canton Ohio

This home can be found at 6609 Chatsworth Street, Canton

Canton has so much to offer, including amazing events and sites to explore, as well as a myriad of gorgeous homes for sale. Most of the homes in Canton are constructed in the two-story Colonial or Tudor styles and some are even located in registered historic places. When you decide to move to Canton (and you will) we'll be happy to help you in your home search!

S: Sluggers and Putters Amusement Park

Sluggers and Putters is located in Canal Fulton and is the area's largest family amusement park. What once started as just mini-golf, a driving range and batting cages has grown into a massive park with an abundance of things to do!

T: Troll Hole Museum

Did you know that our area is home to a Guinness World Record holder? Located in Alliance, the Troll Hole Museum, owned by collector Sherry Groom, is home to the largest collection of trolls in the world. With over 20,000 troll items and nearly 3,000 troll dolls alone it is certainly an incredible sight! Check out more Ohio Guinness World Record holders here

U: Urban and Loft

Urban and Loft features one of a kind and vintage decor perfect for any type of home design. Whether you're looking to decorate a farmhouse, a mid-century modern home or industrial loft, you've found the right place.

V: Gervasi Vinyard

Canton, OH

Photo courtesy of Genevieve Nisly Photography via Gervasi Vinyard

We couldn't talk about popular Canton destinations without mentioning Gervasi Vinyard, one of the most famous spots in the area! This destination winery resort offers memorable experiences along with great food and stunning views. Their 55-acre estate is designed for couples seeking romantic dining options, families looking for a weekend of fun, and so much more.

W: Wilderness Center

This non-profit nature center boasts over 10 miles of hiking trails that include beautiful forests, a lake, pond, look-out tower and prairies! While you're there, be sure to stop by the Interpretive Building that houses a nature store, an interactive learning room and an animal observation area.

X: Exploration Gateway

Exploration Gateway is a Canton destination for weddings, banquets, meetings and presentations. It's also a space to just sit and enjoy the gorgeous view! Surrounding the Gateway, you'll find hiking and biking trails, a gift shop, and the magnificent Sippo Lake.

Y: Yankee Peddler Festival

Canton, OH

Photo courtesy of Laura Fickley via the Yankee Peddler Festival

For over 45 years, the Yankee Peddler Festival has been going strong every September in Canal Fulton. At this fun festival, step back in time 200 years and visit pioneer America. Meet master artists and crafters, sample food from colonial days, and enjoy over 75 acres of entertainment for the whole family!

Z: Zoar Village

Just a short drive south from Canton, you'll find Zoar Village, a small town founded in 1817 by German Separatists seeking escape from religious persecution in their homeland. Today, Zoar Village is made up of approximately 75 families and is home to spectacular museums, architecture and quaint village scenery. A visit to the area is the perfect way to spend a day and a must-do activity for anyone interested in history, art or architecture.  

Now you know your ABC's!

Can you think of any other Canton spots that should be on this list? Let us know in the comments!
February
17

Your Guide to Spending a Full Day in the Canton Arts District

We love our artsy city of Canton, Ohio. Even though we have grown into a town of over 70,000 residents, we haven't lost our small-town vibe. And, because there are so many places to explore in the area, you can get a taste of city life without having to go very far. While there are many areas of the city worth exploring, we're going to focus on the Canton Arts District, a quaint section of the city filled with amazing restaurants, cafes, monuments, art galleries, shops and much more. Use our step-by-step itinerary to help plan your day or simply take a couple of ideas for your next visit to the area. No matter what you decide to do or where you end up exploring — you're in for an unforgettable day.  

Start With Coffee

Canton Arts District You can't go wrong with starting your day with a cup of coffee. Thankfully the Canton Arts District is home to several amazing coffee shops where you can grab some caffeine and prepare for the day to come. Muggswiggs Coffee Shop is a great choice and was even named one of the best coffee shops in the United States by USA Today in 2014. Not only is their coffee amazing, but their adorable shop is also the perfect place to relax with a good book or great friends. Espresso Yourself is located in the Courtyard Center building and offers delicious coffees, teas, smoothies and baked goods. Cultured Coffee and Waffles is the perfect spot to visit if you're looking for something heartier to accompany your coffee. They serve a variety of sweet and savory waffles along with a great selection of beers on tap.  

Do a Little Shopping

Canton Arts District

Photo courtesy of Arrowhead Vintage and Handmade Goods

It's impossible to spend a day in the Arts District without leaving with a new piece of art or a handmade gift from a local artisan. Whether you're looking for a gift for a loved one or just a souvenir to commemorate the day, there are several incredible downtown shops that will have exactly what you need. Arrowhead Vintage and Handmade Goods is run by husband and wife team Melissa and Dave Sherrill and is a go-to Canton destination for retro, vintage, mid-century furnishings and more! Cantonology is a shop to visit if you love our amazing city. It is owned by a mother and daughter team who love Canton and work hard to promote the city through a wide variety of hand-crafted souvenirs and gifts. Next Chapter Bookstore is one of our favorite bookstores in Northeast Ohio and specializes in classic fiction, non-fiction, instructional guides, vintage books along with community building. Artisan Boutique loves local artisans, that's why they support Ohio crafters and makers by offering a uniquely curated line-up of hand-made products in their quaint shop.  

Grab Lunch

 Canton Arts District

Photo courtesy of Street Side

After all of that excitement, you'll definitely need to refuel in the middle of the day. You can't go wrong with any of the eateries in The Arts District, but here are a few of our favorites: Street Side offers chef-driven Mexican street food, a wide variety of Ohio beers and handcrafted cocktails. From street tacos to burritos — their menu holds a great mix of options everyone will love. Arcade Coneys is a Canton classic with their outdoor seating right next to the courthouse and a beautiful view of the Courthouse Angels. Their coney sauce is legendary and we promise you won't be disappointed when you try it. Deli Ohio features both traditional and adventurous deli sandwiches along with sides, soups and salads that are all made in-house and created using fresh, in-season ingredients.  

Peruse Some Fantastic Art

Canton Arts District

Photo courtesy of the Canton Museum of Art

The Canton Arts District is home to seven galleries, 22 artists studios and an abundance of unique public art everywhere you look. While you're in the area, you have to stop by at least one gallery or studio and experience the passion of our artsy city residents. Canton Museum of Art houses some of the most dynamic and original exhibits in the country. From their celebrated national touring exhibits to their original displays that feature incredible artists from around the world — a visit to the museum is an experience you won't want to miss. Juilliard's 3rd Space Gallery is a unique space that has been designed and coordinated by children and features their artwork! This is a great time for the whole family and allows you to see what the next generation of artists are creating. Canton Glass Works offers affordable and functional hand-blown glass along with glass blowing demonstrations. You can even attend one of their workshops to learn how to do it yourself. Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography is one of the country's largest premier galleries dedicated solely to photography. Most of the collection is for sale and holds landmark works by more than 160 lensmen and women. Hub Art Factory is a studio space and art gallery for a variety of celebrated local artists. They often host special events including art shows and art battles, where one artist is pit against another with only a canvas, paint and brushes as their weapons.  

Sit Down For Dinner

Now it's time to sit back and relax with a great meal and a glass of wine at a fantastic restaurant in the heart of the Canton Arts District! Lucca is a farm-to-table eatery that offers authentic Italian cuisine in an intimate and beautiful setting. Their menu changes seasonally to take advantage of the local bounty, allowing you to experience a unique dish every time you visit. George's Lounge has been a Canton favorite for almost 60 years and is a great place to enjoy a local grass-fed gourmet burger with a side of hand-cut fries. Napoli's Italian Eatery has been consistently ranked as some of the best pizza in all of Stark County. Here, you'll find delicious pasta dishes, sandwiches, appetizers and more.  

See a Show

Canton Arts District Last, but definitely not least, to top off your event-filled day in the Canton Arts District, consider seeing a show at one of the marvelous theatres around the area! At these venues, you'll be able to observe everything from plays and concerts to even movies. Canton Palace Theatre is the heartbeat of the Canton community and plays host to over 300 events each year. This stunning venue is a piece of Canton history and the perfect place to see a beautiful performance or your favorite actors on screen. Canton Ballet was founded in 1965 and comprises Ohio's largest pre-professional performing company and school. The company consists of nearly 50 junior and senior high school students who present an annual season of performances in the fall, winter and spring. Kathleen Howland Theatre is a classic, intimate black-box style theatre that always offers an exciting lineup of plays, performances and concerts throughout the year.  

Happy Exploring!

Enjoy your day exploring the Canton Arts District! What will you do first?  
October
24

Your Guide to Spending a Full Day in Downtown Canton, Ohio

Canton, Ohio boasts a unique blend of city life and a small town vibe, where the city's mere ~70,000 residents can truly feel connected to the heart of the community. You can best feel the heartbeat of this artsy city in its downtown area, filled with bustling restaurants and cafes, historic buildings and monuments, art galleries and shops, music venues and theaters, and much more. Whether you're simply passing through this charming city or you've lived in the area for decades, a visit to downtown Canton is certainly worth it! In fact, you can make a whole day of it. Use our step-by-step itinerary or simply glean a few ideas for your next visit to the downtown area.  

Start With Coffee

Cultured Coffee & Waffles Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of Cultured Coffee & Waffles

Any good day begins with a cup of coffee or tea. Some of the best coffee shops in the heart of downtown Canton include Carpe Diem Coffee Shop, Cultured Coffee & Waffles, and Muggswigz Coffee & Tea Co. They are located within walking distance of one another near much of the activity in downtown. If you're looking for a hearty meal to accompany your caffeinated drink of choice, consider Cultured Coffee & Waffles, which serves a wide variety of both savory and sweet waffles, from chicken and waffles to the ultra-sweet Scout Waffle (AKA the S'more Waffle) covered in graham cracker bits, marshmallow syrup, chocolate icing, marshmallows and chocolate sprinkles.  

Explore Monument Park

Take a short Uber ride (or a lengthy stroll) to Monument Park, a popular scenic park located along West Branch Nimishillen Creek. The park is adjacent to the renowned McKinley Presidential Library & Museum, which is the next stop on our itinerary! With a couple of ponds, the creek running by, the lush foliage, and well-maintained walkways and benches, the park is a pleasant place to spend the morning. Plus, you can then visit the nearby domed mausoleum tomb of William McKinley, which includes a monument honoring the 25th president.  

Visit the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum

Next, step into the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum. Former president William McKinley spent much of his life in Canton, where he practiced law and married his wife, Ida Saxton. The hands-on interactive science center, presidential museum, planetarium and historical library takes visitors on a scientific journey through the past, present and future. The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum honors the life of McKinley and tells the story of Stark County, serving as an educational center of history and science for both the local community and a global audience. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.  

Grab Lunch

Street Side Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of Joe Albert via Street Side

Head back to the heart of downtown, where you'll be spending the remainder of the day. Downtown Canton has a number of excellent eateries to choose from, whether you're craving seafood, tacos or something in between. Basil Asian Bistro offers delicious dishes inspired by southeastern Asian cuisine in a cozy brick-walled setting. Street Side is an industrial eatery with a delicious assortment of Mexican street food, including tacos, burritos and bowls, plus delicious margaritas. Bender's Tavern is Canton's oldest and most historic restaurant, serving a wide selection of seafood and steak dishes in a vintage, wood-paneled interior.  

Visit the Canton Brewing Company

Canton Brewing Company Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of the Canton Brewing Company

There's something special about visiting a local brewery, where the beer you're drinking is brewed just steps from your table. Dating back to 1883, the Canton Brewing Company has a rich history, so be sure to read up on the full story before your visit! The brewery is still committed to the historic beers that made them famous over a century ago, while embracing the new craft traditions of the modern industry. You'll find some core beers, including the Tuscora Pilsner, the Cascade Pale Ale and the Carpe Noctem, in addition to a variety of seasonal and rotational beers, plus barrel-aged and limited release brews.  

Peruse the Canton Arts District

Downtown Canton Arts District

Photo Courtesy of the Canton Arts District

There is plenty to do, see and experience in the Canton Arts District, home to 30 art galleries, studios, music venues and specialty shops. If you happen to be downtown on the first Friday of the month, you're in luck! The district transforms into a lively creative party, featuring live music, performance and visual arts events, and lots of surprises for all ages. First Friday is from 6–10 p.m. on the first Friday of every month, rain or shine.  

Sit Down for Dinner

Fronimo's Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of Fronimo's Downtown

After all this activity, it's time to settle down for a nice meal and perhaps a glass of wine. Some of our favorite dinner destinations in downtown Canton include: H2 Huth & Harris Wine Merchants serves contemporary American cuisine accompanied by an exceptional wine program. Lucca Downtown is an upscale restaurant with a Tuscan-inspired menu filled with locally sourced ingredients. Fronimo's Downtown is a relatively new industrial restaurant serving small plates, sandwiches, steaks, and salads, plus craft beer, cocktails and wine.  

Solve the Mystery at an Escape Room

Escape Room Canton, OH

Photo Courtesy of Escape Room Downtown

Solving the mystery in an escape room is a fun and interactive way to spend the evening, especially on a colder or rainy night. Escape Room Downtown offers three themed escape rooms, including The Missing Detective's Office, The Moonlight Gallery, and The Bootlegger's Lair. Work together to solve the clues and escape the room before time runs out! Make your reservation at Escape Room Downtown to book your spot — if you dare...  

Top Off the Night With a Drink

Cocktails Canton, OH Top off this eventful day with a drink at one of the many cocktail bars or lounges in Canton. The Martini Lounge at Market Square has an exceptional variety of martinis, plus wine, beer and some small plates. George's Lounge is an old-school tavern offering a great selection of craft beers, wine and liquors, enhanced with live bands on a regular basis. Grapes in a Glass is a quaint wine bar boasting a robust list of wines from all over the world, served by the bottle or glass.  

Happy Exploring!

Enjoy your day exploring downtown Canton!

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