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With a central borrowing library, reference library and a digital library in tow, National Library aims to be more than just a place for book-reading. Showered with architectural awards before it had even opened, the new building (a replacement for the old National Library on Stamford Road) is designed as two towers, linked by walkways and walled almost entirely with glass. The spacious reference section and the study rooms on the upper floors offer great views across the city. There are some small exhibition spaces, and it also houses the Drama Centre.



Address: National Library
100 Victoria St
Price: FREE
Opening hours: 10am-9pm Daily
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