Venues for Any Occasion

The Harmony Museum offers three unique venues that will enhance your event or celebration. There’s a modern hall with access to a commercial kitchen for you or the caterer of your choice. It also has access to an 1809 wine cellar—very cool!  There’s an amazing, rustic barn—one of the oldest west of the Allegheny Mountains. And there’s smaller, reverent space that once was a Mennonite Meetinghouse—now on the national register of historic places.  One museum–three great venues. Each venue has it’s own availability calendar on each individual page.

Main floor 30 X 46 feet plus raised area 22 X 15 feet. Accommodates up to 120 people dining/classroom on main floor. Stage/bar/dancing area. 2 Rest rooms (handicapped accessible) and full kitchen. Click for further information about Stewart Hall or call 724-452-7341. The Wine Cellar 42 X 18 feet is accessed via Stewart Hall but please note it is not included in the Stewart Hall rental and is an additional charge if you wish to use it as well. Rental availability calendar.

Harmony Museum Stewart Hall
1805 Harmonist Barn

42 X 64 feet (excludes 3-foot exhibit perimeter and smallest bay. Accommodates about 260 people in auditorium seating. Accommodates about 200 people seated at tables among four bays. Plenty of room for ceremony to be performed. Space can be provided for dancing with less seating. Excellent lighting. Outside rest room facility. Click for further information about the Harmonist Barn or call 724-452-7341. Rental availability calendar.

Main room 30 X 28 feet. – Annex Room 11 X 16 feet. Accommodates 130 – 150 people easily, more with some crowding, on original bleacher-style and stand-alone wood benches. Pulpit desk on platform for ceremony. Outside rest room facility. Click for further information about the Mennonite Church or call 724-452-7341. Rental availability calendar.

Mennonite Meeting House Pulpit

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