110 Fleming St.
The Harrington Museum is housed in two buildings, one of which is an 18th century Episcopal Church with a wonderful stained glass rose window. One of the curiosities at the museum is a glass hearse carriage, circa 1800, with a display of funeral attire. The museum exhibits tell stories about harness racing, the local fire company, military veterans, traveling salesmen, and rural home life. Other fun items are a vintage soda fountain, Jehu Camper folk art carvings, and a wooden model of the town.