Harmon Museum of History, Art & Culture

105 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036 - United States




The Harmon Museum is housed in Harmon Hall, a historic, three story, 28,000-square-foot brick building. It contains artifacts from prehistoric eras to the mid-20th century periods and holds more than 30 exhibits on three floor levels displaying thousands of items that will interest both young and old alike.

Known nationally as a Shaker museum, the museum that presents and preserves the history of Warren County. It is noted as one of the top ten regional history museums in the country and boasts very good and important collections of 19th, 20th and 21st century paintings, drawings and sculpture.


Following the Tracks of the Underground Railroad
An award-winning permanent exhibit

Russel Wright Art Exhibit

Shaker Gallery
In this gallery you will learn about the many contributions made to our society by the United Society in Believers of Christ's Second Appearing or the people known as the Shakers.

The art of Quaker Eli Harvey, showing examples of his early paintings as well as some of his better known animal sculptures.


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