Harmony Museum

218 Mercer St, Harmony, PA 16037


Harmony, Pennsylvania is known for its long and diverse history, and for its quaint and country setting. The Harmony Museum brings the “big history of this little town” alive, with exhibits about George Washington, Father George Rapp and the Harmonists, and much more.

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