Well, I had planned to explore the Massillon Museum this weekend. However, since this is Ohio, you never know whether or not the weather will cooperate and I didn’t have any luck getting there. Fortunately, though, I took these shots of the McKinley Memorial awhile ago and was going to wait until I had time to visit the McKinley Library and Presidential Museum but I’ll save that visit for another post.
The McKinley Memorial commemorates the 25th president of the United States of America. Construction on this beautiful building began in 1905 and was completed by 1907. It is located at 800 McKinley Monument Drive NW, Canton, Ohio, 44708 which is less than 1/2 mile off of the Lincoln Highway. The monument is closed during the winter. Sometime when it’s open, though, I’ll return and explore it further as well as the Museum right next door. For now, here’s a look at the monument from the outside. And, yes, I did climb all 108 steps. (Yet another reason I’m entitled to try out desserts when I’m out on a blogging mission.)
So, until the weather clears again, here’s to the road and here’s to you… Stay warm!