The Largest Used Bookstore In Rhode Island Has More Than 70,000 Books
So much of our reading these days is done on screen, but there’s something special about actually
turning the pages of a real book. And winter is the perfect time to curl up under a blanket and lose yourself in a new story. Don’t have a book to read? No worries. Head to Rhode Island’s largest used bookstore where you can spend a few minutes or a few hours to find your next read.
Cellar Stories Bookstore in Providence carries more than 70,000 used and rare books. Contrary to what the name implies, Rhode Island's largest used bookstore is not located in the basement, you can find it upstairs on the second floor.
The space is packed full of every type and genre of book you could imagine. Whether you're seeking a few cheap paperbacks or a wonderful first edition, it's here.
Browse the stacks that rise from floor to almost the ceiling. You can easily get lost for hours in the Ocean State's largest bookstore.
Non-fiction volumes are well organized by subject and fiction alphabetically, so if you have a favorite topic, it's easy peasy to find what you're looking for. Changing displays just might present something you wouldn't normally read to peak your interest.
Find plenty of bargains tucked away in this huge store. Customers regularly leave with an armload of books for under $10! Imagine how many books you can get for a twenty dollar bill.
The next time you're craving some new pages to turn, visit Cellar Stories Bookstore and browse their thousands of choices. Carve out some time to wander the aisles Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Find Cellar Stories Bookstore at 111 Mathewson St., Providence, RI 02903 in downcity between the Convention Center and the Providence Performing Arts Center. Learn more by visiting their
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