Plan A Visit
Harmon Museum & Art Gallery
In consideration of our visitors and patrons, Harmon Museum will be closed until April 3rd. The health and safety of our members, guests, volunteers and staff is of the upmost importance. We are committed to following the suggestions and guidelines set forth by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the Ohio Department of Health.
Address: 105 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45046
Hours: Tuesday through Friday | 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Saturdays | 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
(We are open year-round)
The museum is closed on Sundays, Mondays and some holidays: July 4, Christmas Eve (Glendower Open), Christmas Day, New Year's Eve (Glendower Open), and New Year's Day.
Please enter through our NEW entrance behind the building.
Visitors can explore the rich history of Warren County thanks to an extensive collection of art and artifacts from prehistoric to 20th century and Shaker to industrial.
Commonly referred to as the "Lebanon Museum" or "Warren County History Center", the award-winning* Harmon Museum is housed in historic Harmon Hall. Inside this three story, 28,000-square-foot, building Visitors can explore the rich history of Warren County thanks to an extensive collection of art and artifacts from prehistoric to 20th century and Shaker to industrial. We have four new art galleries; a contemporary, folk, classic and exhibition gallery where we showcase the work of noted 20th and 21st Century Ohio artists. We are also always circulating special exhibits so there's something new to look at everytime you visit!
Our Shaker Gallery offers the second largest collection of Shaker artifacts in the world and our nationally recognized research library houses Shaker journals, trustee documents, written music, and agricultural notes as well as historical and genealogical records pertaining to Warren County Ohio.
For a map of Harmon Museum, click here.
Parking and Entrance: The Library Parking lot (behind the building) has ample parking. If this lot is full, there is nearby street parking for free.
Please use the rear entrance as the front entrance is currently shut down due to maintenance of the front steps.
The museum's new rear entrance is wheelchair accessible. Those needing assistance may be dropped off by the doors. Please check-in at the desk to the left upon entering the lobby. Wheelchairs are available at no charge. Please call to check for availability. The museum also has an elevator that runs to all floors.
*Award of Merit - American Association of State and Local History
General Admission: Purchase below or at the door
Students (ages 5 to 18): $6
Family rate - $25 (two adults and up to four children from the same household)
Note: Children under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.