Tour the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum. No visit would be complete without visits to Discover World, the Street of Shops, the Keller Gallery and the Hoover-Price Planetarium, which offers a 30-minute presentation. Don’t forget to traverse the iconic 108 steps leading up to the President’s tomb which includes his wife, Ida, and their young daughters, Ida and Katherine.
Tucked into the northeastern corner of Stark County, Alliance was formed in 1850 by the merging of three settlements — Williamsport, Freedom and Liberty. The small city of about 24,000 residents has had a few monikers.
Stark County is chock-full of unique and interesting sights and attractions. Consider them local treasures. Some are well-known. Take the McKinley monument, perhaps the Canton area’s signature landmark and its link to the highest office in the land. Or Kennedy’s BBQ, a charming lunch spot not much bigger than a dozen phone booths.
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