Central Library -- St. Louis Public Library
Built in 1912, the St. Louis Public Library's flagship, Central Library, is a monument to the past and a cultural beacon for the future. Spanning an entire city block just west of the Convention Center, Central Library is one of St. Louis' grandest works of art.
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Cass Gilbet was the architect of this 1910 classical revival structure and it is a beauty. The current special exhibit about women in the Americn Labor movement and their work in St. Louis. We were...Full Review
Simply stunning architecture that no one on the planet should miss! The staff in every room greeted us warmly and let us wander as we wanted... There were several people sitting and reading...Full Review