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Harmony Museum Restaurant Raffle

We are giving away a bundle of 9 gift cards, valued at $50 each to
one lucky grand prize winner!

Updated Information
The Museum is still closed. But the Museum Shop is open!
Our hours are Tuesday thru Saturday Noon to 4 pm
Your purchases not only score you some great merchandise,
but it also helps maintain the Museum properties until we can open again.
We miss you, and can't wait to see you!
Venues for Any Occasion
Harmony Museum offers 3 unique historic venues to choose from for weddings, parties, reunions and more.
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Harmony Museum

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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.

  • Museum Admission

OPEN: Tuesday – Sunday: 1-4 PM
* Closed on Mondays

  • Age 5 and under = Free
  • Ages 6 – 17 = $3.00
  • Ages 18 – 59 = $7.00
  • Ages 60 and up = $6.00

Harmony Blogs

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Shelby Ruch

Magnificent Member of the Month Shelby Ruch is the Magnificent Member of the Month.   We are extremely grateful for her time and effort that she puts into everything to help benefit our mission. Shelby Ruch Volunteering for HH has given

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Area memories March 2020

Area Memories – Here’s The Answer!

AnswerWhere was this old landmark? Baldingers Store Baldingers was first built in 1933 as a fruit stand/farm market by Allen and Dorothy Dietz Baldinger.  The paved area in the front in the first picture is old Route 19. In the

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Charles Flowers

Charles Flowers Rifles

Charles Flowers Rifles Charles Flowers Rifles: Rather than just post a couple pictures, we thought it would be better to let you watch a video of one of our curators, Rick Rosenberger, show you upclose some of our Charles Flowers

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February 2020 Update

From the President Greetings.  There are a number of changes coming to the Harmony Museum in 2020.  The biggest one is that Kathy Luek has decided to retire as our administrator this summer, after 20+ years of keeping the museum

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