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Built in 1941, the Central Library is the primary reference center for the Brooklyn Public Library system. The building, a historical landmark, is shaped like an open book, with the large, gold-accented entrance as the book's spine. Inside, Brooklyn residents can take advantage of the library's substantial collection: it houses over one million books, magazines and multimedia materials, and includes a foreign language center, a resource center for job seekers and a performance space. The library hosts many lectures, panels and classes every month.
10 Grand Army Plz, Brooklyn, NY 11238
- Accessibility Details: There is a ramp leading to the main entrance, and an elevator inside.
- Hours: Mon - Thu, 9am - 9pm; Fri, Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sunday, 1pm - 5pm
- Accessible: yes