The town of Harmony was
founded in 1804, and
has more than 250 years of remarkable history.
Our history includes the Lenape (Delaware) Indian
settlement, Murdering Town, Major George Washington,
"Father" George Rapp and the Harmonists from Germany,
Mennonites, and so much more! Come discover the big history of this little town.
Harmony Museum Hours
Tuesday through Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Mondays & Holidays: Closed
Reservations are suggested on weekends, and required for
groups of 10 or more.
Cost for tours are:
Age 5 and under = Free;
Ages 6 - 17 = $3.00;
Ages 18 - 59 = $7.00;
Ages 60 and up = $6.00
The mission of Historic Harmony Inc., a nonprofit [501(c)(3)] organization founded in 1943, is to preserve and promote public knowledge of the Harmony area's history and heritage through its Harmony Museum collections and outreach activities, foster tourism in southwestern Butler County in cooperation with other organizations and agencies, and encourage preservation of historical resources in support of educational, quality of life, economic development and associated community objectives. To obtain registration and financial information of Historic Harmony Inc. from the Pennsylvania Department of State,
phone toll-free within Pennsylvania at 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.