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The Atheneum Visitor Center
Notable for its light and clean spaces, the Atheneum is a three story building with a long ramp and overlaying grids that provide beautiful views of the town, Wabash river and surrounding countryside from just about anywhere inside, and on the spacious viewing deck on the roof. It was designed so that visitors can take a specific path through the building and then emerge into New Harmony itself. Continue reading
Three Chicks Fudgery
Mount Vernon’s 3 Chicks Fudgery has quickly become a treasured local institution. It’s a great place to satisfy your sweet tooth, get a party tray for an important event, or buy a great gift for that special occasion.
“We make our fudge the old-fashioned way, with real cream and butter,” says owner and third generation fudge maker Rachel Rainey. ”That makes our fudges rich, creamy and smooth. We have over twenty flavors, from old favorites to recipes you just don’t find everywhere. A current favorite is our Dark Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt Fudge.” Continue reading
Jane Owen restored New Harmony’s history, brought in world class artists, architects and spiritual leaders to create sacred spaces, supported the arts, and built the fine dining establishment the Red Geranium and the Harmonist inspired New Harmony Inn and Resort. Continue reading
Atheneum Museum Shop
The Atheneum Visitors Center gift shop is a great place to find gifts that are particular to the history and ideals that make New Harmony special. Of course it features books about New Harmony, but there is also a wide selection of books by or about notable New Harmony people and the ideas, causes and professions that either influenced or were influenced by New Harmony. A nice variety of New Harmony themed jewelry, objets d’art, fabrics and glassware are also available.
Everything in Creation Station is hand crafted and most of it is local, most of it produced by owner Rick Huffman’s family and friends. Rick, his sister-in- law and nephew do all the paintings. He does the glass etching. The sculpture is by a friend of his from Oakland City who recently did the big sculpture of the Evansville Airport. He sells wood turned bowls, vases and cutting boards from Mike and Patsy Hancock from Providence Kentucky, 100 percent soy candles from Mount Vernon, and his daughter makes all the jewelry. Creation Station is also known for having the largest inventory of Dulcimers in the tri-state area. Continue reading