Historic Harmony Walking Tour

The walking tour of Historic Harmony will allow you to browse through our quaint community to see buildings built by the Harmonists in the early 1800’s, walk-through both the Harmonists and Mennonite cemeteries, and even grab a cup of coffee or a bite to eat. The hike can be as long or as short as you desire.

If you want to do the entire hike, plan on at least 2 hours and about 3 miles of walking, but you can see most of the properties within the town in 20 minutes and just ¼ mile of flat walking. The kids will love the creek on the wooded pathway that connects the Mennonite Meetinghouse to the town of Harmony.

The properties you will see include:

  • Great House (Museum) Warehouse
  • Langenbacher Haus
  • Neff Haus
  • Ziegler Log House
  • Schmidt Haus
  • Grace Church (Harmonist Church)
  • Harmony Borough Building (Harmony Public School)
  • Harmonist Stohr
  • George Rapp Haus
  • Waldmann Log House
  • Weingartner Haus
  • Frederick Rapp Haus
  • Beam Hotel
  • Wagner-Bentel Haus1
  • Muller Haus
  • Schreiber Haus
  • Harmony National Bank
  • Austin Pearce Home
  • Log House
  • Rope Shop
  • Opera House (Odd Fellows Hall)
  • Franz Log House
  • Mennonite Double House
  • Harmonist / Mennonite Barn1
  • Mennonite Meetinghouse & Cemetery1
  • Shontz School
  • Rapp’s Seat1
  • Harmonist Cemetery1

1 – Indicates property is located outside downtown Harmony.

While you are walking through the town, be sure to stop in our wonderful businesses here. This is small business shopping at its best! For more details about the local shops and eateries, visit the Harmony Business Association, link to http://harmonybusinessassociation.com/ or pick up their brochure at most shops in town.

Staying in the area and looking for more to do? The Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau link to https://www.visitbutlercounty.com/ has all the details to make your stay fun filled and enjoyable!

Harmony Museum

Area Memories

  • Area Memories
    Harmony Bridge This span enabled travel and trade between Pittsburgh …
  • Area Memories – Here’s The Answer!
    AnswerWhere was this old landmark? Baldingers Store Baldingers was first …
  • Area Memories – Do You Know?
    Where was this old landmark? This local place was once …

Upcoming Events