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Welcome to the Canton Palace Theatre

Visiting the Canton Palace Theatre

Visiting the Canton Palace Theatre is a wonderful way to get in touch with the vintage past, but there's a pretty exciting present going on all around us in Downtown Canton (downtowncanton.com) and Stark County (www.visitcanton.com). We encourage you to add a few hours (or a day) onto the front or back end of your visit to grab dinner, relax in a local watering hole, check out a fantastic art gallery or performance or walk the streets. Below are a few ideas to make your trip to the Palace an even more special one.

 


Parking

Parking Sign

There is plenty of parking available all around the Canton Palace Theatre. There is no dedicated Palace parking lot or parking deck. Parking options include:
  • On-street metered parking. Meters must be fed from 8am to 6pm every day, except holidays and weekends. The rate is $0.75 per hour.  
  • There are several parking decks located throughout downtown Canton. See a map of available parking decks.
  • For events in the evening, parking is available at the Stark County District Library located at 715 Market Avenue, N, just one block north of the Theatre.
  • Please note: parking in the lots for McKinley Health Care Center, located at 800 Market Ave. N, Motter & Meadows Architects, located at 600 Market Ave. N,  and the Phoenix Rising building at 624 Market Ave. N is PROHIBITED.

 

Restaurants

There's no shortage of delicious places to eat within walking distance of the Palace Theatre and many of them even offer deals if you're going to or coming from a Palace movie or event. Check out some of their websites for more details:

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Art Galleries

The Palace is the literal and figurative cornerstone of the Canton Arts District. Take a stroll and enjoy what some of the fantastic galleries around here have to offer in the way of beauty and innovation.

Galleries

Watering Holes

Who doesn't love discussing a movie over a drink? Here are a couple of our favorite bars...

Wine Glass

The Cultural Center for the Arts

Downtown Canton plays host to a variety of other arts and culture organizations - some with as long and intriguing a history as the Palace. They are all housed in the Cultural Center, four blocks north on Market Avenue, and always have something interesting going on.Violin

 

 
 

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