History museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $8 for two admissions (up to a $15 value)
- $15 for four admissions (up to a $30 value)
Guests cruise through a museum stocked with memorabilia from Canton’s past and classic automobiles from the last century. Children aged 4 and younger are regularly admitted for $3.
Canton Classic Car Museum
The Canton Classic Car Museum exhibits 40 pristine and restored automobiles from yesteryear, which mingle among rare memorabilia pulled from the last two centuries. In one of the decade-focused rooms, a Packard hearse shares floor space with a 1937 bulletproof Studebaker, a car designed to protect policemen from bank robbers and dive-bombing pigeons. Cars like the 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible offset rare and little-known models such as the Holmes, built in Canton and declared possibly America's ugliest car.
Filling the walls and the spaces between the cars, oriental rugs and vintage Tonka trucks mix in with treasures from Canton’s bygone era. A fortune-telling machine from Meyers Lake Amusement Park stands ready to peer into the future, porcelain signs advertise businesses long since closed, and political keepsakes from President McKinley’s term remind viewers of a time when the political machine was focused on keeping outer space from crushing Earth.
“Lovely quaint museum with cool cars and many other interesting trinkets! ”
“We really enjoyed the museum. It is so much more then a car museum, it's eclectic collection and beautiful period pieces made the museum a wonderful experience! And...”
“We really enjoyed the museum. It is so much more then a car museum, it's eclectic collection and beautiful period pieces made the museum a wonderful experience! And the gentleman that was there when we visited was so much fun, we had a really great time and would HIGHLY recommend people of all ages to visit!”
“it was a great time and i will spread the word”