Branches are closed during the holidays, open on weekdays.
The café and our branch in Velký mlýn are now open.
What will the year 2023 bring to the Municipal Library in Prague? A new library-wide theme, the opening of two branches, and a look back at the 30th anniversary of the Film Club.
The so-called Idiom, a column made of 8,000 books, has been present in the vestibule of the Central Library at Mariánské Square since 1998. The author of the Idiom, sometimes dubbed the “Column of Knowledge“, is the Slovak artist Matej Krén.
Library Costs to Remain Unchanged in 2023, Reservation Fees to Increase.
From September, you can set up SMS messages for completed bookings. Do you want to get the right messages from the library? Check your contact details.
Readers can find the Artotheque, one of the specialised services of the Municipal Library in Prague, at the Opatov branch (Prague 11).
Would you like to learn something new and meet new people?
The Municipal Library of Prague lends books but also offers a space for meetings with compatriots, for working or studying together.
A virtual alternative to the plastic reader's card.
New terms from the Library Rules of the Municipal Library of Prague.
An easy and fast way to library services when you register online.
Libraries have kept human knowledge for a long time, but modern libraries add something extra. The contemporary world, full of a large amount of information, can appear as a confusing labyrinth. Our library wants to be a safe guide to such a labyrinth in 2020.
The Library Rules constitute the basic document defining the relationship between the library and its users. It is amended if external or internal facts affecting the library’s activities have changed. Hence, an amendment may result from a change in legislation. The current changes are related primarily to the RFID technology which the library has decided to employ in its services.