Plan a Visit to Harmony, Pennsylvania

Harmony is just 30 minutes and 200 years away from the big city. Founded in 1804, Harmony is still alive with the big history of this small town. There are lots of ways to get to know us better.

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 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 has all the details to make your stay fun filled and enjoyable!

Harmony is 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.  If you come off I-79 at exit 88, turn right at the exit and then left onto Mercer Road (notice the Harmony Museum sign).  Mercer Road becomes Mercer Street after the bridge over the Connoquenessing Creek.  The museum is at 218 Mercer Street.

  • Harmony Museum office is open for business. Feel free to call about group tours and rentals. Tours are available at 1 pm and 2:30 pm. Call the office (724) 452-7341 for more information.

Harmony Museum

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