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.
Quilt in a Day - May 28
Harmony Museumís popular annual "Quilt in a Day" program,
10 a.m.-noon, in museumís Stewart Hall, 218 Mercer St.,
Harmony, at the center of Western Pennsylvaniaís first
National Historic Landmark District. Presented by Patricia
Knoechel and based on newest publications and patterns by
Knoechel and her sister, Quilt in a Day founder and
syndicated television quilter Eleanor Burns. Reservations
recommended. Harmony is at I-79 exits 87-88 about 10 miles
north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. 724-452-7341.
Grant Available to Us:
We have a Matching Funds Grant available to us. We need
to raise $10,000 by June 30th to receive $10,000 from a very
generous donor. Please consider a donation to Historic
Harmony, Inc. to help with our mission of maintaining and
preserving the history for future generations to come. Your
cash donation is tax-deductible and you will receive an
acknowledgement letter from HH.
You will be able to designate the amount of your