Ever since its renovation, the Quezon City Library has been deluged by visitors daily, seeking to quench their thirst for everything from children’s books to novel’s written by Jose Rizal.
Last February 2017, the renovated government facility was finally revealed – a sleek and modern h0me to over 15,000 books, computers for public use, a children’s corner, function room and more.
From its Online Public Access Catalogue, e-book facility and cafe – it’s no surprise as to why more and more bibliophiles have been biding their time here. Especially since the facility can accommodate 700 to 1,000 individuals.
The first floor houses the Filipiniana section, while the second floor is where you can find the multi-media extension, technical services, law research and extension library services.
If you haven’t visited the library, then make sure you do so as soon as possible. But if their current operation hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) conflict with your work or school hours, then good news!
From June 18 to July 20, the library will be extending its hours to 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday to Friday. On Saturday though, it will remain the usual 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
So, if you still haven’t visited this Quezon City gem – then it’s high time you do so!
The Quezon City Library is within the Quezon City Hall Compound, Barangay Central, Quezon City.
Usual operation hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Meanwhile, it is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturdays. Quezon City residents and non-residents are welcomed and can avail of the services.
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