Tiny, but packed full of great books. It is a nice place to take a quiet break from the sun and sand.
The building attracted us to the library. We were lucky enough that it was open at the time we were there. It is the original library, built, I believe, in the1800s. It is small--which only makes it amazingly cozy and beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. It's worth a short--or long visit--length of your visit depending on your interest in... More
I had to go in see the inside. Old style with lots of character and the old fashioned card catalogs. Unfortunately, librarian (?) at desk made no response at all when I said I had just come in to look. Totally ignored me. Not even a smile.
Beautiful charming library - very small but historic. No computers. Very intimate. Make sure you get a postcard picture of the building. Interesting local historic photos on walls. Worth a visit!
Since 2010, when we first headed north for vacation (and my experience with Ogunquit prior to that goes back to 1960!), I've always made the time to be able to stop in at the OML, which is an oasis of reading and education second to none. If you want to see what it was once like to be able to... More
We finally were able to get to this gem in Ogunquit. It had that old library feel. They still have the old card system in place. Make sure you check out all of the old items around the library such as the old dictionaries. Very cool.
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