Join Us for the German Christmas Market!
The Harmony Museum’s annual WeihnachtsMarkt, a Christmas market in the German tradition that has become a major regional attraction, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14 to 15th in the heart of Harmony’s National Historic landmark District.
The festival has become the museum’s prime annual fundraiser while presenting seasonal gift-shopping in a family-fun atmosphere. The thousands of visitors who attend each year find handcrafted and German imports. Artisans and vendors are chosen to participate based on the quality of their offerings; no stereotypical “shopping mall festival” stuff here. Entertainment, food and refreshments also reflect Harmony’s German heritage.
Almost 50 artisans and specialty vendors provide the market part of WeihnachtsMarkt. Museum quilters and weavers demonstrate their work.
2020 Dates, Times, & Admission
- Saturday November 14 – 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Sunday November 15 – 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Market hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors, $3 for students, free for children younger than six, including all-day access to the market, museum, entertainment and wagon rides.
Parking is Easier than Ever this Year!
NEW for this year – if you come off I-79 Exit 88, just turn right, then left onto Mercer Road and right onto Wise Road. Park in the Steamfitters parking lot on the right. The shuttle will pick you up from there.
If you come off I-79 Exit 87, just turn left onto Rt. 68 and turn left into Sysco’s parking lot. The shuttle will pick you up there. You can also park in the small lot on Liberty Street and US Liner at the end of Mercer St., though the US Liner lot will most likely be filled by our vendors and volunteers.
WeihnachtsMarkt 2020 Menu
(will post later date)
2020 Schedule & Details
Black Dog Winery offers tastings and sales. McLaughlin’s distillery offers tastings and sales as well.
Several market artisans demonstrate their skills while offering items as diverse as embroidery; dolls; wood ware and boxes; jewelry; linens; games; wood carvings and furniture; ornaments; paintings, drawings, silhouettes and sculpture; foodstuffs, including German roasted nuts, German-style tatting, and knitted and woven goods; glassware; red ware, stone ware and other pottery; greeting cards and stationary; salves, cosmetics and teas; books and historical maps; punched tin; clocks; soaps and lotions; stained glass; and lots more.
Letters to Santa are always a huge hit!! – kids can bring their letter to Santa to mail in our Reindeer Express Mailbox! There will be a table set up with writing supplies if they didn’t bring one with them outside the Kids Crafts Tent, located directly across from the Harmony Museum Shop.
Harmony’s specialty shops present even more opportunities for visitors who collect or enjoy giving works by regional artists, collectibles, jewelry, or vintage/distinctive clothing and accessories.
Harmony is located at I-79, exits 87-88, about 10 miles north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, 30 miles north of Pittsburgh’s Downtown Point and 30 miles south of I-80. Follow directional signs to plentiful free parking; several lots are linked to the market by continuous free shuttle service. The architectural character of Harmony reflects that of the German villages from which its founders came. Many area Harmonist and Mennonite buildings survive; the community’s award-winning preservation efforts have long attracted recognition.
Thinking of becoming a sponsor?: Your tax-deductible contribution places you in the company of businesses such as T & M Hardware and Rental, The Harmony Inn, Robinson Fans, BottleBrush Gallery, The Murray Agency, Indian Brave Campground, and many others. Community leaders who understand the special benefits of being good neighbors.
T & M Hardware
Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau ~ Wagon Ride
Two Fraus Bakery ~ Wagon Ride
The Foreman Group ~ Artisan Village
Armstrong One Wire ~ Kids Craft Tent
Bottlebrush Gallery & Shop
The Harmony Inn
The Murray Agency
Hartmann’s Deep Valley Golf Course & Resort
Grace Church of Harmony
Indian Brave Campground
Dambach Lumber & Supply
Wunderbar Coffee & Crepes
Boylan Funeral Homes
Herb Brittners Smokehouse
Kinsey-Volz Funeral Home
Sysco Food Service
The Buncher Company
The Strand Theater
Harold Zeigler Heating & Cooling
The Linden Tree Antiques
Note: Still adding vendors to listing. Will add in links when possible.
Stewart Hall Vendors
Debora A. Cook Filigree & Calligraphy
Warrior King Pastries
Monica Ide – A1 Fudge
Ken & Joe Woodturnings
The Enchanted Olive
Bryner’s Classics Hot Sauce
Irmgard Rebel Embroidery
Jan’s Therapeutic Bags
Renate Streit Purses
Small Tent Left
Pine Knoll Clock Shop & Herb Shop
Ton Huston’s Rescued Wood
Black Dog Winery
Apollo Maennerchor Club
Pleasures of the Palate
Large Tent Vendors
Steve Miller Gourd Craft
Nuckelberry Wild Bird Seed Feast
Dennis Farms Maple Products
Berry Blue Boutique
Twas The Night Before Christmas
Zach Wolicki, Gift of Artel
Seth & Michelle King Kreations
Dan Senneway – After Dark
Front Porch Antiques & Crafts
Brigitte Nostring – All Strings Considered
PhiFiber & ZeBubble
Walnut Ridge Farm