Reading is the road to growth and discovery. It is through shared knowledge and communication that we gain understanding, which contributes to greater community, greater personal freedom and ultimately, lifelong learning.
Central Library is located in the heart of the cultural district, between the Greensboro Historical Museum and the Cultural Center. Library customers have access to more than 100 computers with internet access and many with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). The computers are available first-come, first-served, for two-hour time slots. A library card is required for computer use.
The first floor offers a large and inviting space for children and a Popular Library offering fiction, audio books, music CDs, DVDs and a Reader’s Advisory Desk. The second floor contains nonfiction, the North Carolina Collection, the Business Collection, Career Services, past issues of magazines, and an information desk staffed by professional reference librarians.