Harmony

At a population of 18, Harmony is by far the tiniest town in The Land of SLO CAL. But a short stroll through this village reveals a big heart and even bigger history just waiting to be explored. Harmony served as the capital of SLO CAL’s booming dairy industry for nearly five decades until the milk money dried up. Lots of folks moved away, but those who stayed decided to get creative. Today, the town is a vibrant artist’s haven. Wander through the glassworks shop to find handblown pieces created right before your eyes or watch sculptors hard at work behind the potter’s wheel. Its quirky art and funky facades are a magnet for wander lusters. Check out Harmony’s famous chapel, part-time post office and gardens — all of which have become hotspots for weddings, picnics, and photo ops. 

This little town continues to grow in reputation. Take a short detour off Pacific Coast Highway and stop in to see all the enchanting renovations underway. You’ll find peaceful Harmony nestled between San Simeon’s Hearst Castle and Paso Robles' world-renowned wine region. Just keep your eyes peeled for the iconic population 18 sign. 

Harmony Cellars

Sample the finely tuned wines of Harmony Cellars and enjoy pastoral views of the coastal countryside. Winery, tasting room and gourmet gift shop. Family and dog…

Harmony Chapel & Gardens

Whether your dream is 10 guests or 100, Harmony is the perfect place to tie the knot or renew your vows. The famously quaint Harmony Chapel accommodates about forty…

Harmony Glassworks

Harmony Glassworks is an art gallery, glassblowing studio and school all in one. Set in the heart of rural Harmony (population 18), California. Their mission is to…

Harmony Valley Creamery

Welcome to Harmony, California, a bite-sized town big on flavor, where our legen-dairy population of 18 counts artisans, foodies, and a few friendly cows too. In a…

Town of Harmony

A long-established fixture of California’s Central Coast, the town of Harmony has a rich supporting history. Founded in 1869 around a burgeoning local dairy…

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