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Yes the library is great. Thousands and thousands of titles. Millions and millions of pieces of information. But I'm here as a visitor to N Y and I have little time. I'm here to see the original Pooh. Christopher Robin, AAMilne. Just a small glass...More
The New York Library on 5th Ave has been in dozens of movies. Once you visit you will see it at the cinema again and again. The building is exceptionally beautiful inside and out. The Reading rooms are spacious and serene. The art collection is...More
Free to visit, spent a few hours here, lots to educate yourself with and if you are a movie fan, plenty of famous spots to take a look at! The nice staff at the information point will tell you where those locations are.
Unfortunately the iconic lions were being restored so were hidden with boards.
The front facade was as stunning as I expected. There is a small security and bag check when you enter. The entrance is beautiful and took my breath away.
It’s a case of...More
Only saw the outside - but it was beautiful on the outside, and well maintained. The flowers and surrounding grounds really soften a hard but very beautiful concrete wall..
Wish we has have has more time to explore.
We spent about 45 minutes visiting this sight. It is big and the study/work areas are lovely. If you need to rest your tourist weary feet this is a good place to sit. If you get a chance take the free guided tours as you...More
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I think it was about 2 hours. They have you arrive 30 minutes early, but we stood around until time to go. There are a set amount of tickets, so they do fill, but being there early didn't really affect that. It was... More
I think it was about 2 hours. They have you arrive 30 minutes early, but we stood around until time to go. There are a set amount of tickets, so they do fill, but being there early didn't really affect that. It was interesting, though and I would recommend the tour.
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