Massillon & Paul Brown Museums

Admission to the Massillon Museum and Paul Brown Museum is free.

The Massillon Museum (MassMu) and Paul Brown Museum are under the same roof in Massillon, Ohio. Massillon Museum’s circus gallery is filled with memorabilia and a hand-carved 100-square-foot diorama. Additional galleries feature local history, fine and decorative arts, contemporary art, small exhibits of American Indian and ethnological artifacts, traveling exhibitions, and photography.  MassMu’s three floors include ever-changing displays and a gift shop.

The Paul Brown Museum is located on the second floor of the new wing of the Massillon Museum.

The Paul Brown Museum’s football history timeline is always on display. It spotlights Paul Brown’s fedora, his Hall of Fame gold jacket, and a chronology of his career. The paralleling Massillon Tiger timeline spotlights the 1940 Massillon-McKinley game ball signed by the entire Tiger team and the milestones of Massillon’s high school and professional squads.

The Museum shop offers football-related books for sale, and the Paul Brown Museum’s website is full of information and photographs telling the story of Coach Brown and his contributions to the sport.

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