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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

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Susan Webb

Magnificent Member of the Month

Susan Webb Susan Webb is the Magnificent Member of the Month.  Susan and her husband Richard moved to Harmony in November of 2016, but owned property and was very involved with the Harmony Museum well before they moved here.

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Harmony Museum - Luntz Bridge GE

Area Memories – Rails Answer

Rails Across the Breakneck-Answer
Where was this old landmark?

Luntz Bridge in Harmony Junction

on the Pittsburgh, Harmony, Butler and New Castle Trolley Line.

 

Harmony Museum - Luntz Bridge GELuntz Bridge was located just off Textor School Road in Jackson Township about a mile east of Harmony in a small area known as Eidenau.

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Artifact of the Month - Hair Art

Hair Art

Exquisite Hair Art

Artifact of the Month - Hair ArtHair Art; 0.18: This lovely work of art, done in the shape of a floral horseshoe and nosegay, is made from human hair from seven different people! Crafted by Nancy Elizabeth Scott during the 1880s,

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Harmony Museum

August 2019 Update

From the President

We had a wonderful evening of fun music and great food at “A Night at the Tavern” on Saturday July 27th.  Stewart Hall looked great, with candlelight, and flowers decorating our big round tables. The Wayward Companions (and candlelight) helped transport us all to an earlier time.

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