The Portico Library Portico Library is a bit mysterious because it is a private member library. The most attractive of these is the beautiful dome on the exhibition roof, which is the most distinctive place. Some more specific information can be viewed on the official website.
The porch museum is very beautiful with a glass dome ceiling and books on the walls. Now housed in a bar the original library has a gallery, friendly staff and changing exhibitions worth seeing, open on Mondays.
A lovely 19th-century library to while away your time and indulge in some lovely tea amidst myriads of books. This was a hard place to leave.
This is a beautiful private library that's modeled in the Greek Revival style. It opened in the early 1800s. It's free and open to the public to browse the building ad its public art gallery including the beautiful sculptures inside. It's small, so it won't take long to have a look. Heads up, the book shelves are roped off as its for members only. The building itself is beautiful. Be sure to look up!
The roof is a beautiful dome, free and the exhibitions are quite quirky and there have been ticket exhibitions