The Cleveland Public Library, founded in 1869, is one of those local treasures many people take for granted — it’s regularly named one of the country’s best. And it’s not just about books, microfiche and musty card catalogues anymore. It offers information in a vast range of media with collections that cater to all interests and research projects — and most of it is now digitized. The main library downtown has a peaceful reading garden, regular exhibits on various themes, and a large auditorium where it hosts author appearances, lectures and other special events.
The Cleveland Public Library has more than two dozen neighborhood branches where you’ll find meeting rooms, reading clubs, tutoring for kids and computers to use for research and job searches.
325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland