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Massillon[dead link] is a city in Stark County, Ohio.


In Massillon football is so huge it was the subject of the 2001 movie Go Tigers!. Paul Brown, who coached at Massillon High School, founded the NFL franchises of Cleveland Browns and later the Cincinnati Bengals. The home of William Thomas, famed Arctic explorer.

Get in[edit]

By bus[edit]

By plane[edit]

  • 2 Akron-Canton Airport (CAK IATA). Fly into the area on Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines: Akron-Canton Airport (Q954097) on Wikidata Akron–Canton Airport on Wikipedia

By car[edit]

Massillon is connected by US30 and SR21.

By bike[edit]

The Sippo Valley Trail connects Massillon with Dalton.

Get around[edit]

Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA): regional bus transportation.


  • 1 Massillon Museum, 121 Lincoln Way E, +1 330-833-4061. Free.
  • Lions Lincoln Theater, 156 Lincoln Way E, +1 330-833-2413.
  • Reservoir Park, 905 Sippo Blvd NE, +1 330-830-1700. Under construction as of 2017
  • 2 St. Mary's Catholic Church, 206 Cherry Rd. Constructed in 1876 for a congregation composed largely of European immigrants, this historic site is one of the most important churches in the city. Built primarily of sandstone, St. Mary's is a high Gothic Revival structure. In addition to its usual functions as a parish church, St. Mary's houses a shrine to St. Dymphna, a mediaeval Irish virgin martyr. St. Mary's Catholic Church (Q7590114) on Wikidata St. Mary's Catholic Church (Massillon, Ohio) on Wikipedia
  • 3 First Methodist Episcopal Church, 301 Lincoln Way East. A large historic church, built as a stone and sandstone construction with a copper roof in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. The building was dedicated in June 1895. First Methodist Episcopal Church (Q5453303) on Wikidata First Methodist Episcopal Church (Massillon, Ohio) on Wikipedia







Go next[edit]

Routes through Massillon
MansfieldDalton  W  E  CantonPittsburgh
ColumbusNavarre  W  E  CantonYoungstown

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