The bookstore's unique location in a 19th-century multi-story stone barn makes the visit worth the novelty, and the Barn has a wide variety of both old and recent books. I found a paperback copy of "Brighty of the Grand Canyon," a children's book I loved as a kid, and simply enjoyed looking for the books throughout the old halls, arched stone doorways, and mysterious staircases.
The barn also has a sitting area in the Rare Books room on the first floor, and provides WiFi.
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