The St. Paul Central Library is located in Downtown St. Paul near Rice Park at 90 W 4th Street. The library was built in 1917 and is currently 93,000 sqft in size. The library is open 51.5 hours per week, houses 377,384 items and has 288,438 visitors per year, as of 2010. The Central Library houses the largest collection of library materials in the library system. The Central Library also houses several special collections including: the St. Paul collection, an extensive music scores and sheet collection, the Fitzgerald Collection and more. The Central Library is also a designated Federal Depository Library and houses federal government documents.
Hours: Mon: 12 - 8 pm. Tue - Fri: 9 am - 5:30 pm. Sat: 11 am - 5 pm. Sun: 1 - 5 pm.
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