This is a replica of the McKinley birthplace home, on the original site. Tours are available, and there is a media center on site. Special speakers are scheduled through the year.
Made of Marble/Granite this monument sits in downtown Niles and honors our 25th president who was killed during his 2nd term in office. A must see is the new exhibit in the adjoining museum , the first president to utilize campaign buttons in his run for office. Down the street is the boyhood home and reference center. View the bronze... More
This place is just as nice as any memorial you would find in Washington DC. I suggest you park on the street in front of it and walk up the marble front walk for the full effect of how lovely this place is. If the free street parking is full there is also a free parking lot behind the building... More
Growing up near where McKinley is buried in Canton, OH, I have always had an interest in this US president. When we had a chance to see his birthplace memorial in Niles, OH, we jumped on the opportunity. While it was closed, we could walk around and see the monuments and such and enjoyed reading the outdoor signs. If you... More
The Wm. McKinley Memorial Library is a community gem. Marking the City where the 25 th., President of the United States was born, the Memorial offers an excellent community library with comfortable surroundings. The lovely building in white Georgian Granite graces the expansive lawn and well maintained grounds of the Memorial. It is a unique site to visit and a... More
The McKinley Birthplace Memorial offers a place of reflection and enlightenment into the history. of President McKinley
McKinley actually was from Canton by the time he was elected president and his tomb is over there. But apparently he was born in Niles, so NIles claims its native son with an impressive monument. It's a colonnaded building with a large statue of McKinley in the center and busts of other GOP presidents (TR, Taft, Harding, etc,) surrounding. There's... More
This is one of Niles, Ohio only claim to fame. It's right on the main drag in town and it's worthy of a stop and look through if you haven't already seen it. It also is home to the town's library. It's a beautiful place in a pretty tree-lined setting.
The Memorial itself is o.k. But the neighborhood was aweful! Dirty, scary dirty and not a place to leave your car unlocked!
This is a beautiful memorial. You want to pick a nice day to go, but other than that all I can say is enjoy.
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