Discover all the Library has to offer! Visit your local branch for books, Wi-Fi, computers, classes, stimulating and entertaining programs, and much more for all ages.
Did you know? The Library no longer charges late fines! Find out more and plan your visit.
Please note: Due to new Library policy, e-bikes, e-scooters, and electronic transportation devices are not permitted inside any NYPL location. This does not apply to mobility aids.
New! Print Direct from Your Personal Device
Using our simple web portal, you can now select documents to print at Seward Park Library directly from your personal device! The fee is $0.20 per page (black and white). Only paper provided by the Library can be used. Documents sent for printing will remain available for up to two hours after they have been sent.
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Monday, December 11 | 6 PM
Tuesday, December 12 | 2 PM
Thursday, December 14 | 2 PM
About the Library
The Seward Park Branch of The New York Public Library is one of 65 branches erected with funds given to New York City by Andrew Carnegie. The building houses adult, reference, and young adult collections on the third floor; a children’s room on the second floor; adult, media, and world language collections on the first floor; and a literacy center on the lower level.Learn more about this location Learn about capital construction projects at this location