Ellsworth Public Library

The Ellsworth Public Library is established in one of Ellsworth's most beautiful historic properties.The Federalist-style building built in 1817 for Colonel Meltiah Jordan is listed on the National Register of Historic Houses, and is commonly known as the Tisdale House after Seth Tisdale, one of its illustrious owners. The house has been a public library since 1897 when George Nixon Black gave the remodeled building to the City of Ellsworth with the enduring condition "That the premises conveyed shall be always used for a public library". Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 9am - 5pm Wednesday, Thursday: 9am - 8pm  Saturday: 9am - 2pm. WiFi Access Around the Clock!
20 State St. Ellsworth, ME 04605