The Paul Brown Museum adds new scavenger hunt

The Paul Brown Museum adds new scavenger hunt

Museum visitor Emil Miller enjoyed the “Paul Brown/Massillon Tiger Football Timeline.”


The Paul Brown Museum at the Massillon Museum now offers a scavenger hunt. The game is geared for children, but adults will enjoy it too.

Guests will pick up a scavenger hunt sheet and pencil as they enter the gallery. As they view the exhibits, they can find answers to eight questions. Once the clues have been found and marked on the sheet, highlighted letters can be unscrambled to figure out the bonus phrase.

When leaving the museum, participants should return the completed sheet to the reception desk, where it will be stamped and the player will receive a small prize. Participants may keep the pencils.

A new giant Obie graphic in the Paul Brown Museum will entice visitors to take selfies.

“Massillon’s Pro and Semi-Pro Teams, 1890-1926” and “Play Like a Girl: Massillon Women’s Tiger Teams from Gym Class to Title IX” can be viewed through July 3. “The Paul Brown/Massillon Tiger Football Timeline” is on permanent display.

A visit to the Massillon Museum including the Paul Brown Museum is always free. Exhibitions can be seen Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 2-5 p.m. MassMu follows state mandates and guidelines for the health and safety of visitors and staff. Masks and social distancing are required.

The museum receives operating support from the Ohio Arts Council and ArtsinStark, as well as marketing support from Visit Canton.

The Paul Brown Museum is located on the second floor of the new wing of the Massillon Museum, which is located at 121 Lincoln Way E. in downtown Massillon. For more information call 330-833-4061 or visit

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