Carrollton is a little, peaceful village and the county seat of Carroll County, Ohio. Even though the village was originally established in 1815 as Centreville, it changed its name to Carrollton in 1834 to honor the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Top Carrollton tourist attractions include the historic McCook House (home of the fighting McCooks) and the Algonquin Mill Complex (it consists of the Mill, a train station, a school, several barns, a farm museum, a few well-reconstructed log houses, storage buildings, and a beautiful arboretum). The McCook House and the Algonquin Mill are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Regarding budget accommodation, Days Inn is probably the best value-for-money economy accommodation option among top Carrollton, OH.