Harmony Hall Arts Center

Harmony Hall Arts Center

10701 Livingston Road
Fort Washington, MD

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10701 Livingston Road
Fort Washington, MD
Tel: (301) 203-6070
Email: harmonyhallarts@pgparks.com
Mon-Fri : 8:30am-5pm
Sat : 9am-4pm
Sun : Closed


  • Art

  • Bike Rack

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    Ceramics Room

  • Parking Lot

  • Picnic Tables

  • Stage


Harmony Hall Arts Center opened its doors to the public in September of 1989 and quickly evolved into Prince George’s County’s most popular, premier arts facility. Harmony Hall Arts Center is a one-stop shop for all visual and performing arts needs. The Center offers in-depth programs for the creative passions of aspiring artists of all ages in ceramics, sculpture, dance, drama, painting, voice, belly dance, and photography. Enjoy the John Addison Concert Hall for a cozy entertainment experience, or view exceptional works of local, national, and international artists in the exhibition spaces.


Experience a one-of-a-kind memorable event by renting our professional level concert hall venue, equipped with all the bells and whistles!

John Addison Concert Hall

Groups and individuals can experience our 220-seat concert hall for performing arts events, meetings, seminars, conferences, lectures, and more! Rentals are based upon availability, as we make every effort possible to assist organizations in obtaining their desired dates. Concerts are not available.

The concert hall is closed on holidays recognized by M-NCPPC. The concert hall is not available for weddings or social receptions, and food and drinks are prohibited from the hall.

For up-to-date availability and pricing, please contact the Technical Director of Arts at 301-203-6070.

Stage Dimensions

The dimensions are 42’ 5” wide (21’ 2 ½” wide at centerline) x 37’ 3/8” deep at centerline, including the apron. At its widest point, the apron depth is 4’. At the front (downstage) area, the ceiling height is 24’ and gradually slopes to decrease in height in the rear (upstage) to a height of 14.

Visit Us


We are located in Southern Prince George’s County within the Broad Creek Historic District, just off of Indian Head Highway. Limited public transportation is available.

From the Capital Beltway (I-495), take Exit 3A (Indian Head Highway) South. Follow Indian Head Highway (Route 210) South for approximately four miles and make a right onto Fort Washington Road. Make the next right turn onto Livingston Road. The center is on the left.


We encourage and support the participation of individuals with disabilities. Register at least a minimum of two weeks in advance of the program start date to request and receive a disability accommodation. Harmony Hall Arts Center is wheelchair accessible and has an inferred listening system for the hearing impaired.

Gallery Hours

The galleries are open Monday through Friday, 8:30am – 8pm, and Saturday 10am – 4 pm as well as during most performances.