Ptown Library wins Library Journal award for second consecutive year.
Today, the library is a major tourist attraction in Provincetown – America’s First Destination – where the Pilgrims first landed in the New World in 1620. It hosts an expansive collection and the town’s historic archive and is home to the half scale replica of the Rose Dorothea, the 1907 Lipton Cup winner. The model was constructed over an 11-year period and now lives in the top floor of the library, which is dedicated to providing the community with enriching, innovative programming and initiatives. For a complete history of the Provincetown Public Library, visit provincetownlibrary.org.
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