New Harmony's architectural styles range from the rugged Harmonist log cabins of early 19th century to the modern iconic designs of Richard Meier and Philip Johnson.
Our downtown is early 20th century Victorian and, as you stroll our neighborhoods, you will also see a number of gingerbread Victorian private homes, including one designed by the noted East Tennessee architect George F. Barber.
Other homeowners have restored Owen-period houses or have interpreted the Harmonist spirit in their own house design. And several important community buildings, like the 1814 Rapp-Owen Granary have been beautifully restored and updated.
As you visit and tour New Harmony, you are sure to enjoy the beauty, sophistication and uniqueness of its architecture.
Walking tours of many historic sites and buildings start at New Harmony’s visitors center - called the Atheneum. Or be like a local resident and tour New Harmony by golf cart. Carts are available for rent from the New Harmony Golf Car Company at a number of locations around town, including the New Harmony Inn. Or travel in true style - in a horse-drawn carriage from Apple Blossom Carriage Company.