On the second floor is a fishing ship. Although built on a half size scale, it still is large and you have to marvel at how they managed to get it to the second floor.
The selection and services at this local library was impressive, considering its size. The boat exhibit, which occupied multi levels, was exceptioanly impressive in the middle of the building. The architecture is typical of the old buildings at its time but very well maintained. Not to be missed is a peripheral view of the entire town from the mezzanine floor,... 更多
I had no idea why the Provincetown Library was on the list of things to do in town until I went inside. The library was originally a church, although little remains from its religious past. But built into the second floor of the library is a half-scale model of the Rose Dorothea, a whaling schooner built in 1905 and sunk... 更多
The half-scale replica of the schooner, Rose Dorothea, on the 2nd floor is amazing. A must-see. They also have public restrooms, which is good to know while shopping in the East End.
We were walking down Commercial St on the Memorial day weekend when a random resident approached us. She was elderly and sported a psychedelic colored cane. She advised us that a trip to The Provincetown Public Library would be a rewarding experience. We had never been and it was never a thought in all the years we visit P-Town. We... 更多
We read about the schooner built inside (replica) and couldn't believe how large and beautiful this looked and don't forget 3rd floor gives you above looking down pictures and look out the window for the view!
Be sure to check out the boat upstairs. Great kids area! We always stop here not just to cool off from a hot stroll down Commercial Street, and take out some books!
It was so much fun to see the ship, Rose Dorothea inside the museum. A half sized replica of the famous ship is built inside the museum on is over two stories high. Beautiful and was a highlight of our trip to Provincetown, MA.