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We stumbled upon this off the no1 PCH as i needed the loo. What a total gem and a great surprise. Hidden away in the trees is a little memorial garden, cinema and cafe/library. Definitely worth a stop for a nosey around. The chairs are very cleverly made out of old 8 track tapes and lots of other recycled stuff.... 更多
This little library is really charming and the staff was lovely. It was not really big but I still enjoyed the type of books they had. They had free coffee for visitors but I would have like some wifi since there was a picnic area where there was supposed to be some.
We stopped out of curiosity to see what was going on here. They have music sometimes and that must be the draw at night when you cannot see the grounds. During the daylight hours it is ramshackle, run down, and in need of a property manager, to clean it up for the patrons to visit.
Visiting the Henry Miller Library was on my bucket list. I have read nearly all his works, but found a few I had not -- made some book purchases and let myself be taken back to the Big Sur of Henry Miller and all of his adventures and friendships.
The first thing that grabbed my attention was the smell. Upon entering the library/bookstore, I couldn't help inhaling deeply: the soothing scent is a mixture of the ancient redwoods and the ink on the book pages. The staff was friendly too.
We met the museum's director on a flight to Paris where they we celebrating Miller's time in that City, It was a crazy flight -- too long a story. In any event, he insisted us to join the activities and we discovered we had an acquaintance in common. we said we would come visit him the next time we were... 更多
We went to Henry Miler Memorial Library, We visited the bookstore. It is also a performance and art center. Henry Miller was a Big Sur Resident. His best friend named the library after him. It is now run by a non-profit organization.
unfortunately we didn't make it there for one of their famous concerts, but we went on a semi busy day, but still found the bookstore and grounds to be contemplative and peaceful. i recommend this as a little pit stop on your way down the 1, you wont regret it