New Harmony has worked to save, restore and celebrate its rich historical
heritage. Visitors can learn the early history of New Harmony and visit
historic sites and buildings. Learn about our town’s impact on the
development of the natural sciences in our nation, as well as the
creation of the Smithsonian Institution. And we invite you to join us
in celebrating our cultural heritage - particularly at our spring
“Heritage Artisans Week” and
So mark your calendar for our exciting and entertaining annual festivals, lively seasonal theater, musical offerings and concerts, arts strolls and shows, lectures and more.
And be sure to visit the many recreational sites in and around New Harmony, including Murphy Park, Harmonie State Park and the Wabash River.
Come for the quiet, stay for the fun!
|Annual Festivals & Events||Concerts|
|Atheneum Visitors Center||28th Annual Heritage Artisans Week, April 17 thu 19|
|Geocache sites in and around New Harmony||Lectures & Talks|
|Harmonie State Park||New Harmony Theatre 2013 Performance Schedule|
|Labyrinths (Harmonists & Chartres)||Special events|
|Maximilian Bodmer Art Gallery||Under the Beams 2013 Concert Series|
|Murphy Park "Playtopia" Playground||New Harmony Music Festival & School|
|Thrall's Opera House||15th Annual First Brush of Spring|
|Paul Tillich Park|
|Rapp Owen Granary|
|Tours of Harmonist Sites|
|Wabash River ... June Bartlett public access site at New Harmony|
|Wabash River Trails|
|Working Mens Insititute - Oldest Public Library in Indiana|