Libraries Round the World: Without a Ceiling or Walls

Hidden behind the vibrant green northern tree line of Bryant Park in New York City lies an open-air library. A designated Reading Room where visitors can temporarily borrow books, newspapers, and magazines during the spring, summer, and fall. Trying to read while wearing a thick parka on a cold winter day outside wouldn’t be much … More Libraries Round the World: Without a Ceiling or Walls

Libraries Round the World: The Library of Congress

Tourists to the world’s largest library (164+ million items), located in Washington D.C., must view the main reading room from a second-floor glass partitioned overlook. Not bad, but to experience the reading room firsthand apply for a free library card. You can request books online and review them while in the library (if in the … More Libraries Round the World: The Library of Congress