NEW HARMONY IS A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK
Settled in 1814, New Harmony was first a spiritual sanctuary for the Harmonie Society and then a haven for international scientists and scholars led by Robert Owen in 1825.
A small town with a big history, New Harmony offers visitors and residents a remarkable range of experiences: art galleries, museum exhibitions, professional summer theatre, guided tours of historic properties, a winter concert series, festivals, unique shopping and dining in a beautiful, walkable community, plus Harmonie State Park is located just south of town.
New Harmony is a great place to visit and even better place to live. Temporary, one-day golf cart permits are available from the Town Hall for a fee of $5. per cart.
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR PUBLIC HEARING
On or about July 31, 2020, the Town of New Harmony intends to apply to the Indiana Office of Community Rural Affairs for a grant from the State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) COVID-19 Phase II Economic Development Grant Program. Read More >>