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The library is an architectural treasure worthy of a visit if you have more than a few days to visit NYC, or if you're a New Yorker who just has never managed to get there. Our public library system is an amazing free resource. And...More
We went on a cold day to the Library. It was much more what I had in mind to come overhere. All the tall buildings and this had a Europe look. Really great. When I should live in NYC I would go a lot of...More
My wife and I visited the Library this trip to NYC for the first time and were so very happy with the day.
We took the tour and it was so good. The lady giving the tour was the best and didn't hurry us through....More
Interesting historical learning centre and some respite from the cold outside. We visited on a Sunday and some of the smaller rooms were closed. The main stairwell and main library were open from which we were able to take pictures of the architecture and art...More
There is an entire room dedicated to children’s books, often with its own exhibits that are relate to to children- when I was there in October it was the original Winnie the Pooh. Many kids all over of many ages
They did discuss the Winnie the Pooh toys during the tour but there was no mention of them going on tour. I suppose anything is possible though. You can try sending them an email to ask about it on their website. It won’t... More
They did discuss the Winnie the Pooh toys during the tour but there was no mention of them going on tour. I suppose anything is possible though. You can try sending them an email to ask about it on their website. It won’t let me post a link, but if you Google New York Public Library contact, you’ll find the right page.