Meet in Canton: Event Planning Guide

Discover local art, culture, cuisines, and shopping! Wineries, Breweries & Distilleries

Experience Hartville Located 20 minutes from Canton is a unique shopping des- tination for all interests. Find fashion, collectibles, home goods, power tools, toys, and tinkers on acres of shop- ping at the Experience Hartville campus. It’s home to Hartville Kitchen Restaurant & Bakery, The Shops at Hartville Kitchen, Hartville MarketPlace with over 60 indoor shops, Hartville Flea Market with 12 acres of outdoor vendors, and Hartville Hardware, the largest hardware store in America complete with a 1,830 sq. ft. Idea House built inside the store. Discover more charming shops to visit in Hartville’s nearby town square. Ohio’s Golf Capital The Stark County region is home to an amazing array of golf courses for all levels of play. Plan a fun scramble or a corporate outing on one of 17 public courses, several with full banquet facilities available. Plan a golf retreat at Glenmoor Country Club with multiple onsite dining options, spa and fitness facilities, European style ac- commodations at The Bertram Inn, and a Jack Nick- laus Signature Course.

Guided Tours Allow a local to show you around town and down the path of local history with national implica- tions. In downtown Canton, a Canton Food Tour guide highlights the Hall of Fame city’s past, present, and future, along with public art and points of interest as you enjoy a pro- gressive meal of chef select small plates at local restaurant stops along the tour.

If tasting locally crafted wine, brew and spirits is your ideal way to spend a day be sure to save a few days for explor- ing Stark County’s nine craft breweries, three wineries, meadery, and distillery. Sprinkled in locations across the county each stop exposes the area’s diversity of small downtowns, suburban communities, and rural settings. Downtown Canton In downtown Canton explore public art, national museums, lo- cal restaurants, and live music. Downtown is home to the National First Ladies’ Library operated by the National Park Service and dedicated to recognizing the accom- plishments of our nation’s first women. It’s also home to the Canton Classic Car Museum and nationally ac- credited Canton Museum of Art. Enjoy live music in downtown restaurants, bars, and breweries, or outside in Centennial Plaza during monthly and seasonal events and festivals. There are also several specialty shops, mak- ers-spaces, studios and galleries to visit.

Guided tour services are also available to explore downtown Massillon, with several homes on the Nation- al Register of Historic Sites and a look at our nation’s history in the Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Area. Explore more art and history in the nationally accredited Massillon Museum, which also houses the Paul Brown Museum and Archive. Complete the experience in nearby Canal Fulton with a horse-drawn ride along the canal on the St. Helena III replica canal boat.


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