Princeton Public Library

Library Type

The Princeton Public Library is the neighborhood's living room and the heart of a vibrant and civically engaged populace; a place where people celebrate words, ideas and community every day.  With its prime downtown location the library is ideally situated to welcome thousands of people each day.  For more than 100 years, the Princeton Public Library has been changing the lives of its residents and is now among the busiest public libraries in New Jersey, with over 800,000 visitors annually. Princeton Public Library's visitors borrow over 500,000 items, ask more than 83,000 reference questions, log onto library computers 141,000 times annually and attend more than 1,400 programs per year.