|Description||Founded in 1754, New York City's oldest library is a thriving community of readers, writers, and families. We are open to all for reading, reference, and many events.
The Library's growing collection of nearly 300,000 volumes reflects the reading interests of its members over the last 260 years. Strengths include fiction and literature, biography, history, social sciences, the arts, travel, and books about New York City. The Library also maintains collections of periodicals and audiobooks.
53 E 79th St
New York City
United States of America
|77 St (4, 6)|
|Nearest bus stop||E 79 St/Madison Av (M79-SBS)|
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The New York Public Library is comprised of 4 research libraries and 87 branch libraries, scattered throughout Manhattan, Staten Island and The Bronx.