The main library in Sturgeon Bay and the Miller Art Museum are both housed in the Door County Library Building at the corner of 4th and Nebraska, and is funded jointly by the City of Sturgeon Bay and County of Door.
The Miller Art Museum presents seven art exhibits a year, maintains a permanent collection and sponsors community art education activities.
All of the libraries provide a variety of meeting rooms, programming and service for children, adults and families.
The Door County Library is a member of the Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS), and participates fully in the OWLSnet consortium operating out of the Outagamie Waupaca Library System in Appleton. A Door County Library Internet web site also allows patrons access to library services from their homes. Library cards are available to the Door County residents and visitors alike.