Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 10:45 AM
The Massillon Museum will be closed through Monday, April 6th due to COVID-19 concerns and Governor DeWine's stay-at-home order.
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Current Exhibits

Aultman Health Foundation Gallery

[First Floor]

Aultman Health Foundation Gallery

Cut Up / Cut Out

(traveling exhibit from the Bedford Gallery)
April 4 – August 23, 2020
Exhibit opening postponed due to Covid-19.
Please visit massillonmuseum/covid19 for updates.

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Second Floor Galleries

The Immel Circus Gallery

The Immel Circus is one of the most interesting “pieces” in the collection of the Massillon Museum. The 100-square foot miniature hand-carved circus contains 2,620 pieces. Surrounding the Immel Circus are rotating displays of a selection of circus-related artifacts from Dr. Robert Immel's collection.

Click here to learn more about Dr. Robert Immel, his collection, and miniature circus.

Click here to view a small online gallery of circus photos from the Immel Circus collection, including P.T. Barnum and Tom Thumb.

Permanent Collection Galleries

Coming March 14, 2020!

Stay tuned for details on our ribbon cutting open house!


Paul Brown Museum Gallery

[Second Floor]

Massillon's Gridirons

February 1 - July 5, 2020

An exhibit of photographs of the fields that Massillon's High School Tigers football team and pro teams (including the Tigers, Maroons, and more) practiced and played football. Fields include Sunnyside Field/Asylum Field, Jones/Pearl Street, Agathon/Central Steel Company, Shriver Field, and Tiger Stadium.

To learn more about the Paul Brown Museum, click here.

Paul Brown's Pro Teams:
History of the Browns and Bengals

February 1 - July 5, 2020

Journey through the history of Paul Brown's teams in Cleveland and Cincinnati.

To learn more about the Paul Brown Museum, click here.

Paul Brown and Massillon Tiger Football Timeline

Permanent exhibit on view beginning February 1, 2020

Travel through more than 125 years of Massillon Tiger football, and the story of famed Coach Paul Brown in this 30-foot permanent display, featuring photographs and artifacts 1891 to the present.

To learn more about the Paul Brown Museum, click here.


Studio M Gallery

[Second Floor]

Fuse: New Works by Deborah Pinter 

February 1 – April 19, 2020

This exhibit has been extended due to Covid-19 closures. Virtual tour of this exhibit coming soon!

The exhibition is inspired by the Dylan Thomas poem, The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower.  Each image in the exhibition is a reaction to the previous one by using different techniques and processes and fusing them together.

FREE exhibit opening reception:
Sunday, February 16 from 2:00-4:00pm

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Fred F. Silk Community Gallery

[Lower Level]


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