New Harmony, Indiana

Peace, Tranquility, and New Harmony

  • Date

    May 20-22, 2021 | Tue / Sat- 3 Days

  • Location

    New Harmony Inn Resort


Find peace and tranquility in New Harmony, Indiana. Nestled along the Wabash River, this little town in southwest Indiana offers a chance to relax and stroll among historic labyrinths, gardens, and quaint streets. Founded in 1814, the Harmony Society built a spiritual place, which was later developed by the Owens who attempted a utopian society where education, research, and civil harmony were at the forefront. Learn about the great contributions some of its residents have given society while touring the historical buildings and gardens. Most gardens and activities are in walking distance of your home-base at the New Harmony Inn, or you can rent a golf cart to explore the area. Not only will you find quaint shops, cafes, and restaurants, but a sense of peace and serenity, too, as you meander through town or take a rest in one of several gardens and labyrinths. Graceful trees and flowers invite you to slow down and take in the beauty of Harmonist Labyrinth, Tillich Park, and the amazing Cathedral Labyrinth. Included on the way is a tour of the Clabber Girl Museum where you can learn how the Hulman family started their business, and of course, grab some baked goods and lunch. A visit to New Harmony, Indiana fills your soul with peace and tranquility.


  • Peaceful, spiritual surroundings of New Harmony
  • Dinner at the Red Geranium Restaurant
  • Ample Leisure time to explore on your own
  • Spring Flowers in Southern Indiana
  • Clabber Girl Museum tour


  • Roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Indianapolis
  • Escorted
  • 2 nights accommodations
  • Breakfast daily
  • 2 lunches, 1 dinner
  • Sightseeing and admissions per itinerary
  • Hotel baggage handling

Note: This itinerary includes activities where moderate walking is required. Some of the most unique sightseeing can be restrictive to motorcoaches, especially in historic areas.

Thu, May 20: Depart Indianapolis via motorcoach for New Harmony, Indiana. On the way, learn how the Hulman family moved from Germany to Terre Haute and started their baking powder business. Enjoy a guided tour and lunch at the Clabber Girl Museum and Cafe. Arrive in New Harmony and begin exploring with a town tour. After checking in to the New Harmony Inn, a sense of peace and old-world charm is evident. Graceful trees, flowers, and rolling hills invite you to slow down. Before dinner at the acclaimed Red Geranium Restaurant, take a leisurely stroll through Tillich Park located just behind the restaurant. Enjoy the peaceful area and read some quotes of Paul Tillich, one of the most influential theologians and philosophers of the 20th century. (Meals: Lunch, Dinner)

Fri, May 21: Today is yours to enjoy your surroundings at the resort, stroll the quaint streets, or learn about the international scientists, scholars, and educators who endeavored to create a utopian society. Find peace and beauty within the historical labyrinths, gardens, or even nearby hiking trails. Take time to smell the roses — or rather peonies — at the nearby Fragrant Farms where they continue cultivating peonies that the early settlers grew. (B)

Sat, May 22: Depart New Harmony after a leisurely breakfast at the hotel headed for home. Along the way, stop for a visit in Vincennes, Indiana with an included lunch at a local favorite. Return to Indianapolis in the evening. (B,L)

New Harmony Inn Resort. This acclaimed resort offers a peaceful retreat from the bustle of daily life. Set in the charming town of New Harmony, it is filled with art, gardens, and original architecture. Highlights: in-room coffee/tea maker, refrigerator • complimentary WiFi Internet access • restaurant • indoor pool • fitness center • tennis courts • Golf cart rentals • spa.


  • Complete Package*
  • Double (2 people sharing a room) – $699 per person
  • Triple (3 people sharing a room) – $659 per person
  • Single – $819

* Prices subject to change due to fuel surcharge.

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