British Library (London) Reviews
Description:96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB. tel = 020 74127332. Fax: 020 74127340
Newest Review: ... is movable, and internal lifts and stairs allow the staff to retrieve books from the collection to deliver to researchers in the Library reading rooms. Behind the King's Library can be found a café and restaurant. The café is not unreasonably priced, however, the restaurant is pretty costly. Both give excellent views of the King's Library, allowing visitors to watch the staff at work ... more
Customer British Library (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/05/01, updated on 16/05/01 (Very useful, 103 readings)
As a tourist attraction, the British Library has a fair amount to offer, and perhaps more importantly, it's completely free. Perhaps it's not the first port of call for a tourist visiting London, but alongside the British Museum's new Great Court, it's one of the most interesting new structures in the city. THE BUILDING The British Library is located just to the west of St. Pancras station on Euston Road, and is a huge red brick building, designed by Professor Sir Colin St John Wilson. Originally, the building was intended to occupy a much larger area, extending further to the north onto an area of currently derelict land, however, ... Read the complete review
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