A block from City Hall and Cesar Chavez Park, this building was renovated in 1992. This five story tall space complete with ... More
Sacramento Public Library
A block from City Hall and Cesar Chavez Park, this building was renovated in 1992. This five story tall space complete with “Prismatic Coronas” a series of glass sculptures suspended from the ceiling and balconies is the centerpiece of a series of meeting spaces. The Sacramento Public Library also houses a vast fiction collection, non-fiction, magazines and a comprehensive Business Reference department. There is free Internet access at computers scattered throughout the four story main building.
I brought my family here when they visited me from out of state, and my mother was stunned with the beauty of the designs. It is an awesome place, FULL of books and great views of the city. My mother, being a photography addict, brought her camera and was snapping pictures of the building designs when a security guard came over and very rudely told her to delete all her pictures. My mother asked why and the guard said that she was not permitted to take pictures of the library, to which my mother replied that it is a public library. The guard became flustered and called another guard over, to which the new guard apologized and said we could take pictures if we wished. Glad at least someone knew what they were doing, I wouldn't count on the security but the building itself is lovely.
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