You're Fun. We're Fun. Let's Have Ice Cream.
We went crazy making our desserts what you love most about desserts. We have the BEST cookie dough ice cream experience with HUGE scoops of your favorite cookie dough on top of vanilla soft serve -- you'll never run out of cookie dough again! And you haven't lived until you've had our sweet, fluffy Cloud toppings over vanilla soft serve. Our Bursting Boba Ice Cream is so fun to eat, and chocolate lovers will rejoice over our All-the-Chocolate dessert -- it's a fan favorite! Only at Neff Haus will you find a gigantic peanut butter buckeye cookie on top of vanilla soft serve, and we have generously sized soft serve cones and rich, creamy milkshakes – each in 23 flavors.
Nestled in the charming and quaint historic town of Harmony, our shop is housed in a beautifully restored 1807 Harmonist building that transports you to a bygone era. Explore our grounds, find the fairies that live in the treetop above our bridge, or view our colorful light show when the sun sets.
Hours: Tues-Fri 4 PM-9 PM, Sat & Sun Noon-9 PM
We accept all credit cards, cash, and Apple Pay.
550 Main Street Harmony, PA 16037
Parking is available across the street in a free, public lot,
along German Street, or in the overflow lot on Wood & German Street.
Enjoy creamy ice cream and dreamy service at Neff Haus!
We are passionate about sourcing our ingredients from local dairy farms to bring you the most delicious and freshest soft serve ice cream you'll ever taste!
23 Flavors of premium soft serve ice cream.
Cookie Doughs, cones, milkshakes, malts, bursting boba, handcrafted specialty items, and our famous Heavenly Cookie Dough.
Historic Neff Haus
In 1807, the Harmony Society constructed Neff Haus as a residence for Jacob and Maria Neff. Jacob played a vital role in supporting the Harmony Society's endeavors, both financially and through recruitment efforts. He generously loaned interest-free funds to Father George Rapp in 1806, which helped establish the society's industries. In 1808, Jacob and Maria decided to fully embrace the Harmonist lifestyle and joined the community. Jacob dedicated himself to expanding the society by welcoming widowed women with children to become members. He, like all members, willingly placed all his wealth and assets into the society's common stock to support the collective's goals.