Plan A Visit
Harmon Museum & Art Gallery
We have returned to normal operating hours. Be assured we are following CDC and Ohio Department of Health guidelines and are undertaking enhanced cleaning protocol with sanitation stations are located throughout our facilities. We look forward to welcoming you again.
Address: 105 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036
Visitor Hours: Tuesday - Saturday | 10a - 4p
Every 3rd Sunday of the month | 12p-4p
(We are open year-round)
Closed Sundays, Mondays and some holidays: July 4, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Please enter through our NEW entrance behind the building.
What You'll Find:
Explore the rich history of South West Ohio thanks to an extensive collection of art and artifacts in this award-winning museum.* Four floors featuring over 30,000 square-feet house four art galleries, prehistoric artifacts, Shaker and more.
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 explore the rich history of Warren County.
The Robert & Virginia Jones Shaker Gallery offers the largest collection of Shaker artifacts and archives in the world. Our newly renovated Archeological/Native American Exhibit has been called "one of the finest collections outside of the Smithsonian" by a national consultant. It features fossils as well as art and artifacts from Hopewell, Nadina and Sioux Native American cultures. The updated Bruce E. Young Farm Heritage Gallery showcases the tools used by Warren County's agricultural community.
There are four art galleries; a contemporary, folk, classic and exhibition gallery, the Gary Simendinger 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 every time you visit!
There've been a lot of changes at Harmon Museum. For more, click here.
For a map of Harmon Museum & Art Gallery, click here.
**Award of Merit - American Association of State and Local History
**Community Service Award - Lebanon Chamber of Commerce
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 closed.
Tours: Group tours, with museum docents, are available during regular museum hours and can be arranged with two weeks' notice. Reservations are required for all groups 10+ whether docent-led or self-guided.
Accessibility: Museum galleries, the Museum Shop and the garden are accessible to disabled visitors. Elevator, wheelchair, restrooms, parking and ramps are available.
General Admission: Purchase below or at the door
Children under age 17 must be accompanied by an adult.