About Harmony Museum
Historic Harmony, Inc. was founded in 1943 and operates
the Harmony Museum, which interprets 250 years of rich
history. We have presentations that include George
Washington's 1753 mission, Harmonists, Mennonites, and the
Ball Collection of outstanding sporting rifles by 19th
century Harmony gunsmith Charles Flowers.
It's eight properties include the 1809 main museum building
as well as the Harmony Society cemetery and Mennonite
meetinghouse and cemetery.
Volunteers help with many events and maintenance of the
properties and are always welcome. If you would like to
spend some time with some enthusiastic, dedicated folks,
please give us a call at 724-452-7341 and talk with Kathy.
You have many talents just waiting to be discovered and
applied to helping others!
The Harmony Museum is located at 218 Mercer St., Harmony, Pa
Harmony Museum hours are:
Tuesday through Sunday - open 1 - 4 p.m.
Closed Mondays & Holidays
Reservations are suggested on weekends, and required for
groups of 10 or more.
Admission to the Museum is:
Adults $7.00 (ages 18 - 59)
Seniors $6.00 (ages 60+)
Youth $3.00 (ages 6 - 17)
Children 5 and under no charge
AAA discount is $1.00 off Adult price only with valid AAA
card (must show card expiration date).