Arts & History
The Harmony Area Historical Society hosts various temporary and permanent exhibits at both the Visitor Center and Community Center. Learn about karst geology at the Harmony Visitor Center and learn how sink holes are created at the interpretive site on the bike trail. The Historical Society is helping to preserve the rich heritage of Harmony with a display at the Harmony Community Center. View graduating class photos, awards and trophies from the early 1900s to the consolidation in 1994.
In nearby Burr Oak, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum offers seasonal tours of one of the childhood homes of Laura Ingalls Wilder. This iconic American author and her family lived in Burr Oak in the 1870’s, and it is the birthplace of her sister, Grace.
We are one of two antique stores located in Canton, MN. Our store offers five rooms filled with antiques, collectables, art, books, jewelry, primitives and more! We add new items regularly. Come check us out and enjoy a cup of coffee on our lovely back patio.
Open for the 2020 season April 3rd.
Wednesday-Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Or by appointment, call us at 507-743-8338.
The Harmony Area Historical Society hosts various temporary and permanent exhibits at the Harmony Visitor Center. Learn about karst geology and how sink holes are created at the interpretive site on the bike trail. Enjoy our new Walking History Tour through downtown Harmony. Pick up a map at the Visitor Center or click here to view online.
Visit the only childhood home of Laura Ingalls Wilder on it's original site. Open May 1st through mid-October. Closed Sunday through Wednesday in September & October. Last tour one hour before closing. Admission charged.