People tend to check in during these times:
Check in at The New York Public Library and learn about exciting events, reserve books online, and download eBooks for free.
The Mulberry Street Library is in a former chocolate factory, operated by Hawley & Hoops at the turn of the 20th century.
Checking into three different NYPL locations or the same one five different times will unlock the badge.
Best library in the city. Avoid the 10 AM to 1 PM crowd because you'll be bombarded with baby strollers.
Whoa, a library that feels like a quiet bookstore and smells like a spa? Yes, please!
Love the self-check out and outdoor book drop. Really nice inside since it's fairly new. There's a decent amount of seating and books to browse. A couple of guys who work the desk are friendly
Don't even think about sitting in the children's section w/out a kid, even if just for a second + entire floor is empty - you will be told to move ASAP
Self reserved newer DVDs are behind the counter.
Far bigger than it looks: took them a couple years to dig down 3 floors and install an elevator. This branch has so much to offer!!
Rodrigo is helpful, sweet, and CUTE.
I like cake¡
Walked by and thought it was some hipster lib. Then saw the NYPL sign. Whaaaaaaaat?! It was clean, spacious, nicely lit, and no hobos. Score!
The New York Public Library's Mulberry Street Branch Library is located at the site of a former chocolate factory in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan, historically known as the Cast Iron District.
Book drop-off outside (only one around WV), ramp, popular storytime. #gobabygo
In a time crunch? Order your books online, and pick them up just inside the entrance!
September 9th is the last day to sign up for Summer Reading! It's the last day to have the opportunity to read down your fines.
You can leave all materials in the bookdrop. But don't leave brooklyn or queens stuff!
The story times are on Tuesday at 10:30 am and 11:30 am. Thursdays at 10:30 am.
Open wifi, abundant seating space, and rentable books! Definitely underrated.
Clean, with ample reading/working space, but the internet is so slow you're better off browsing the online catalogue at home.
There's power outlets for laptops (or whatever) at the very bottom of the benches on the street-level floor.
Annoying homeless dudes heckling people in the bathroom. This isn't McDonalds...