Harmony Museum raises admission prices
Harmony Museum in Butler County has raised its admission rates for adult and senior citizens by $2, due to rising operating costs.
The Harmony Museum presents and interprets 250 years of history in the town, which German Lutheran Separatists founded in 1804. The museum has eight properties, including the 1809 main building and a Mennonite log house.
Adults now will pay $7, and guests 60 and older will pay $6. Admission for guests ages 6 to 17 remains $3. Admission covers guided tours for three historic buildings. The museum is open 1 to 4 p.m. daily except Monday and holidays. Details: 724-452-7341 or www.harmonymuseum.org
— Kellie B. Gormly
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