Harmony, Pennsylvania Historic District
Perfect for history buffs, Harmony is home to the first National Historic District in Western Pennsylvania. Founded in 1804 by the Harmony Society of German Lutheran Separatists, the district exudes charm with an old-world feel, reminiscent of a German village from a past era. The district features the Harmony Museum, tucked inside an 1809 building, where you can see Harmony’s 250-year history through various means, including presentations on George Washington, Harmonists and Mennonites, plus collections like sporting rifles. The preservation group, History Harmony, owns the museum along with several other properties in the district. Be sure to check out the Original Mennonite Log Cabin as well, for a peak into 19th century life.
Harmony Museum, 218 Mercer St, Harmony, PA, USA, +1 724 452 7341