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21 Great Dates
Old Time Picture Show
Two Grand Theaters remain from the glory years of Stark County’s past. One, The Palace Theatre, is located in downtown Canton, while the other, The Lincoln Theater, is located in downtown Massillon. You owe it to yourself to experience the movie going atmosphere of the 30’s and 40’s when these grand structures were in their heyday.
The Palace Theatre
605 Market Avenue N, Canton | 330.454.8172 or 330.454.8171
The Canton Palace Theatre has had a long and illustrious history in downtown Canton, Ohio. The Palace Theatre is a non-profit entertainment venue, under the leadership of The Canton Palace Theatre Association. Donations and grants have made the restoration of our building possible, and the continuous support of our community allows the Palace to bring quality entertainment to our citizens the year round.
Our Mission: The Canton Palace Theatre Association maintains the architectural integrity of its historic theatre and partners with others to present cultural, entertainment, and educational experiences for the community.
Some shows as low as one dollar, most shows $4
Great Theater #2
The Lincoln Theatre
156 Lincoln Way E, Massillon | 330.833.2413
The Lincoln Theatre opened Tuesday, November 23, 1915 as Massillon’s new movie house built by Massillonian John McLain and Canton architect Guy Tilden. It was considered the finest moving picture house in Ohio.
Closed as a movie house in 1975, it was later purchased by the Massillon Industrial Development Foundation and the Ten Star Theatre in 1977. The Lions Club of Massillon purchased the dilapidated theatre in 1982 to save it from demolition. Major renovations by the Lions have helped to preserve this historic landmark. Weekly movies and community events are presented and the theatre is staffed by Lions Club volunteers.
Most shows $4 and includes popcorn and a drink!
For more infromation, visit: www.LincolnTheater.com