Provincetown Public Library seen from the MacMillan Pier

Provincetown Harbor and Waterfront with Public Library

Provincetown Public Library seen from the MacMillan Pier

Provincetown Library Rose Dorothea boat model

The second floor hosts a wonderful childrens section and it is well worth a visit upstairs for all ages to view the incredible full size the Rose Dorothea Schooner model which won the famous Lipton Cup race in the early 1900’s!

Provincetown painter Ann Packard

Computer Stations


Provincetown Public Library

 Open Year Round  Kid Friendly  Handicapped Accessible

Located downtown on Commercial Street, the Library is both a literal and metaphorical center of the Provincetown community, housing nearly 40,000 items, more than 30 works of art from the Town’s Art Collection, and the Rose Dorothea Schooner model.

The second floor hosts a wonderful childrens section. It is well worth a visit upstairs for all ages to view the incredible full size fishing boat which won the famous Lipton Cup race in the early 1900’s!

Open Daily: Monday and Friday 10am-5pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10am-8pm; Saturday and Sunday 1pm-5pm. Please note: The doors are locked 15 minutes before closing time to ensure an empty and secure building. Thank you for understanding.

Free WIFI. Wheelchair accessible.

356 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-7094