Ames Free Library

An architectural treasure designed by Henry Hobson Richardson in the late 1800s, students from all over the country and abroad come to study and examine this finely preserved example of his work. From Stanford White's picturesque carvings and corner gargoyles to the ornately carved mantelpiece of Portland stone, history buffs and lovers of architecture and design will delight in the experience of seeing Richardson's remarkable creation.

53 Main St
N Easton, MA 02356
Phone: 508-238-2000

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