The Mill Valley Public Library is about 10 miles north of San Francisco in Mill Valley.
The library has been around about 100 years and is a modern facility with about 35,000 visitors per year. Its current building was built in 1966 and is nestled among Redwood trees. The library itself is what you would expect from a library, but its setting makes in a nice place to visit. The library makes use of Redwood trees, which the area is famous for , and its appearance among them is a sight to see.
It has a deck that overlooks a park, which is a nice place to sit and read. The deck looks out over redwood trees and a small creek. The library has handcrafted furniture, much of it real wood, and art that includes oil works by Ray Strong and Ludmilla Welch. The library features a wood burning fireplace and a beautiful floor-to-ceiling window. It was expanded in 1998.
There are more than 100,000 reading items in this library, as well as a computer room with free Wifi. You may also reserve books and create your own reading list online. There are meeting rooms and areas where you can work with a small group on a project. Additionally, there are always programs going on, such as story time for children and a writers workshop that is held weekly. The Library’s Lucretia Little History Room has detailed history and exhibits from the early history of the town. The library also often hosts speakers and exhibits of art.