In a town where nothing is exactly ‘normal’, the folks at Harmony Valley Creamery know what it takes to create awesome craft ice cream, made in small batches that delight the taste buds of locals and visitors alike. Founded in 1913 around a burgeoning local dairy industry, the formation of the Harmony Valley Creamery Association would see Harmony serve as the capital of Central Coast dairy production for nearly half a century.
Shouldn’t every wedding begin in Harmony? We think so. And it doesn’t get any more quaint than Harmony Chapel – from its beautifully hand-carved wood doors to the quirky wine barrel facade, there’s really nothing quite like it. The Chapel accommodates about forty seated guests with standing room for twenty more, while Harmony Gardens is an outdoor ceremony option for those who prefer their nuptials au natural, or have a larger guest list. Whether your dream is 10 guests or 100, Harmony is the perfect place to tie the knot or renew your vows.
Harmony Glass Works now lies at the north-west end of the street. Founded in 2007 and open daily, the shop is a gallery, studio and school, which offers beginner classes in glassblowing techniques. Open 9am-5pm Daily
Nestled in the hills overlooking the quaint artisan town of Harmony, off Highway 1, Harmony Cellars offers guests award-winning wines and picturesque views of the coastal countryside. Winery, tasting room, gift shop and picnic area. Family and dog-friendly. 3255 Harmony Valley Road, Harmony, HarmonyCellars.com, (805) 927-1625.