New York City New York USA

New York Public Library

5th Ave.

in Manhattan - Midtown West

New York, New York

40.753483 -73.980878

Keywords: Monument   See all and suggest more

6 Reviews

First reviewed by Tablet

  1. “Not just a library, the New York Public Library has art exhibitions and book readings frequently.”

    Tablet

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse
  2. “The New York Public Library is a New York institution not to be missed. The Rose Reading room is simply gorgeous, and there is always an interesting exhibit going on, ranging from poetry to art work. And, you can always just laze around on the steps outside for some great people watching.”

    Julie

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse
  3. “It’s a part of the culture of NYC….there are always interesting exhibits and the front steps are a great place to sit and people watch.”

    John

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse
  4. “An awesome space to do some real work. Bring some and be inspired.”

    Alyson

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse
  5. “It is a serene and inspiring place to check out of the hustle and bustle of the city to catch up on some work or writing.”

    Alyson

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse
  6. “Magnificent structure, great collections, and really helpful people working there.”

    Alan

    Helpful?

    0 people found these commends helpful.

    Report Abuse

Keywords

Select the keywords you think apply to this place

Search Guides for:

in