Harmony Museum

218 Mercer St.
Harmony, PA 16037- Map It
(724) 452-7341

AAA Editor Notes

Harmony Museum, on the Diamond in the town center, offers guided tours of an 1809 warehouse, an 1811 Harmony Society building and an 1830s Mennonite family log house. The Harmony Society was founded in 1804 by German Lutheran Separatists. Exhibits showcase the 1815 Mennonite resettlement, Delaware Native American history and Maj. George Washington's 1753 military mission to the area. Target and hunting rifles made by 19th-century gunsmith Charles Flowers also are displayed. Visitors can add guided tours of other nearby historic sites (two cemeteries; a barn; a meetinghouse; and Rapp's Seat, a seat carved into a rock used for meditation) onto the guided museum tour with advance notice and for an additional fee. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$7; $6 (ages 60+); $3 (ages 6-17).
Hours: Tues.-Sun. 1-4. Closed major holidays.