The home, built in 1867, has been a rich part of New Harmony history. It has been fully restored and has housed the administrative offices of Historic New Harmony since 2006.
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The Yellow Tavern is a well-loved institution in New Harmony. It’s a place where you are sure to see friends – old and new- and have your favorite food served up by a quick and friendly staff.
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.
As a resident of New Harmony, Indiana, I see the town from the inside out. We live and breathe our little town here. Our residents value our small town roots.
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.