Built and maintained by the Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation, this outdoor site offers an opportunity to walk and meditate on an ancient single path labyrinth. The pattern of this labyrinth duplicates the original at Chartres Cathedral,
Carol’s Garden and Fountain of Life is a memorial garden dedicated in 1982 to the memory of Carol Owen Coleman (1944-1979), daughter of Kenneth Dale and Jane Blaffer Owen. The Fountain of Life is located in the center of Carol’s Garden beneath a stunning canopy of trees.
Tillich Park commemorates the renowned Paul Johannes Tillich, a German-American theologian and Christian existentialist philosopher. Tillich was one of the more influential Protestant theologians of the twentieth century. The park was dedicated on June 2,
Church Park is a formal, outdoor garden located in the center of the town. A fountain by noted sculptor Don Gummer sits in the middle of the park as you enter through a re-creation of the Door of Promise,
This beautiful park is a wonderful place to walk, bike, or ride through with its wide, well-paved paths that can even accommodate golf carts or vehicles. Large trees provide ample shade and more than a dozen picnic tables beckon you to pack up a picnic basket to enjoy a meal al fresco.
This playground is open free to the public from dawn till dusk. There are play areas designed for children of all ages including a fenced ‘tot lot‘ for two to four-year-olds featuring a kid-sized New Harmony Main Street and ADA accessible features.
Inside and out, New Harmony is delightful from season-to-season. Whether you’re enjoying the quaint beauty of our historic buildings, savoring the distinctive restaurants, browsing the shops, watching a coffee roasting,
New Harmony, Indiana – Businesses and community leaders in New Harmony have banded together to create a blueprint for a safety-focused reopening of the town’s tourism economy following the recent quarantine.
Mark your calendar for September 19th/20th and come help New Harmony celebrate their German heritage by attending Kunstfest. Kunst means ‘art’ in German and this is the 38th year for the celebration that grows in popularity each year.
The picturesque historic town of New Harmony is always ready for its close-up. Locals and visitors alike find plenty of reasons to whip out cameras or smart phones to capture the magic that abounds in this extraordinary little town.