Open: Daily tours from March 15 to December 30. Contact Historic New Harmony for current tour times.
Closed: Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Directions: House is in the restored New Harmony settlement on the banks of the Wabash River. From I-64, take Exit #4 and travel south on HWY 69 for 7 miles to HWY 66 West. HWY 66 leads directly to New Harmony.
Built according to specifications set by the leaders of the New Harmony community, this was one of the many houses and buildings constructed by the followers of the German religious leader, George Rapp.
Early pioneer period in style, the house exemplifies the simple tastes of the Harmonists and contains many original pieces of Harmonist furniture.
The garden has been planted and a picket fence built, both in the traditional manner of the Harmonists.
The house is owned and furnished by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Indiana. It is leased to Historic New Harmony.