The Library is the custodian of the history of the island. As one of the only listed buildings found on the island when development first began, it was sensitively restored to showcase its original coral block walls and typical arched openings. Visual focus is drawn to the suspended anchor dating back to the 1800s, that was pulled out of the bay in front of the Library.
Once used to store copra, it now houses a beautiful collection of books and a treasured display of black and white photographs of life on North during the island’s plantation era. A computer is also available to catch up on the current news of the day, or rather relax with a good book, admire the view and get lost in time.