Carroll County Ohio Convention & Visitors Bureau

Retreat, Relax & Rejuvenate in Carroll County.

Group Tours

Group Tours

Groups are invited to visit our museums, restaurants and shop at our local shops throughout the year, but many enjoy traveling the area during summer and fall.

The Ashton House Museum, McCook House Civil War Museum and Susie’s Museum of Childhood give you a glimpse of Carroll County’s history and that of yours.

Since our wineries have small tasting rooms, they are perfect for smaller tours. Several restaurants will cater your meal at different locations throughout the county.

Visit an alpaca farm, discover the past at the Algonquin Mill Complex or cruise aboard the Atwood Queen. Relax and enjoy the slower pace of Carroll County.

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Magnolia Flouring Mills

Magnolia Flouring Mill is the finest original mill preserved in Stark County and one of the best in ohio. The five-story wooden building was built in 1834 by one of the founders of Magnolia. The mill sits along the former Sandy & Beaver Canal. Group tours are welcome with advance registration. Open June, July and August.

Manfull Orchards & Back Door Treasures

Manfull Orchards Farm Market has offered Carroll County's freshest fruits and vegetables for seven generations. Located in Augusta on state Route 9, the roadside market features homegrown apples, peaches, sweet corn, pumpkins, and other fruits and vegetables in season. Jams, jellies and more can be found. Back Door Treasures has a few antiques and collectible treasures. Open late July through early January, Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

McCook House Civil War Museum

Located at the top of the square in downtown Carrollton, the Civil War museum is a memorial to Ohio's "Fighting McCooks." This historic house was the home to Major Daniel McCook, who with his nine sons, two brothers and five nephews, became known as the "Fighting McCooks" because of their participation in the armed services of their country prior to and during the Civil War. The Federal-style house has displays from the Civil War and each year has special displays of local history. It is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, 1-5 p.m.; Labor Day through Second Weekend in October, Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Thanksgiving weekend, open house all weekend with a candlelight tour Friday evening. Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for children 12 and under. 

Minerva Dairy

The Minerva Dairy produced its first vat of cheese and batch of butter in 1935. The dairy store/lunch counter opened March 10, 1940, in a blinding snowstorm. Today, the Minerva Dairy is run by the fourth and fifth generations. Located off of U.S. Route 30, the in-house store offers a large selection of natural cheeses, deli items, Amish-style butter, Ohio raw milk and goat cheeses. This factory strives to maintain a product free of hormones and antibiotics. Watch through the viewing window to see how the cheese is made. Family owned and operated since 1894. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, noon-6 p.m., and Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is free.

Susie's Museum of Childhood

Located in scenic Bluebird Farm Park, Susie's Museum of Childhood is filled with a vast collection of playthings available to American children from the late 1700s to present day. Extensive displays of collectible Steiff animals, dolls of every description, as well as more contemporary Disney and advertising doll collections transport visitors to the world of wonderful childhood memories. Hours are 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday. Special tours are available by appointment. Admission is $2.

The Journey at Pleasant Grove

The Journey at Pleasant Grove

A spiritual walk through the woods behind Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church. Situated on four acres, The Journey highlights key events in Jesus' life beginning at the stable in Bethlehem and culminating at the empty tomb. The grounds are open dawn to dusk year-round and admission is free. You may stroll the paths on your own or guided tours are available by reservation. Mulched trails make the terrain accessible to most guests. A picnic pavilion and outdoor chapel are available for a fee. Groups of any size are welcome.

  • 5230 Arrow Road NW
  • Minerva, OH 44657
  • 330-495-7265
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