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Plan Your Visit

Historic New Harmony has been recognized by the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today and others as one of the nation's most unique communities.

Celebrating creative freedom in all its forms, New Harmony is home to internationally acclaimed architecture, serene public gardens, contemporary art and sculpture — all of which is woven seamlessly into the rich local history that has been painstakingly preserved for generations.

We hope you decide to join us for a night of theatre, but we recommend you stay to experience our small slice of utopia on the Wabash River.