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Virtual Tour of Hong Kong Central Library


  • Hong Kong Central Library
    Virtual Tour
     
    About HKCL
     
    The 12-storey high building occupies a gross area of 9,400 sq. metres and a floor area of 33,800 sq. metres. The construction cost is HK$690 million. It is the biggest library facility among the Hong Kong Public Libraries System.

    The arch-shaped entrance at the front elevation of the Hong Kong Central Library represents the Gate to Knowledge, while the graphics in the shape of triangle, square and circle denote different meanings. The circle stands for the sky, the square for the land and the triangle for accumulation of knowledge.

    With its commissioning in May 2001, the Hong Kong Central Library not only provides a full range of library facilities on a larger scale, but also provides comprehensive reference and information services to a fuller extent. Other major facilities include self-charging terminals, bookdrop service, information kiosks and Multimedia Information System.
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    • GF - Exhibition Gallery

      Exhibition Gallery

      Ground Floor
    • 1F - Service Counter

      Service Counter

      First Floor
    • 2F - Toy Library

      Toy Library

      Second Floor
    • 3F - Adult Lending Library

      Adult Lending Library

      Third Floor
    • 4F - Back Issues of Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area

      Back Issues of Newspapers &
      Periodicals Reading Area

      Fourth Floor
    • 5F - Map Library

      Map Library

      Fifth Floor
    • 6F - Audio-visual Library

      Audio-visual Library

      Sixth Floor
    • 7F - Central Book Stack

      Central Book Stack

      Seventh Floor
    • 8F - General Reference Department

      General Reference Department

      Eighth Floor
    • 9F - Humanities Department

      Humanities Department

      Ninth Floor
    • 10F - Arts Resource Centre

      Arts Resource Centre

      Tenth Floor
     


    • Ground Floor

      On the ground floor as you approach from the north entrance, you will find a multi-purpose Exhibition Gallery which can be partitioned into 5 individual galleries, staging everything from art and photographic exhibitions to special interest displays and other events. Here too, a large Lecture Theatre with 290 seatings, serves as a venue for seminars, talks or audio-visual presentations.

      Also, on the ground floor from the south entrance, you will find on your right the facilities provided by the User Education Hall, where you can learn everything the library has to offer you, attend an introductory talk, take part in a library tour or develop your Internet skills.

      The user education programme provides an invaluable starting point for the first-time visitor of any age group, because you will receive useful instructions here on where to go to fulfil your particular interest and how to make use of the library facilities. You can even get a crash-course here in going online and making use of the many computer terminals scattered throughout the building.

      Ground Floor
      Exhibition Gallery

      The Exhibition Gallery, with an area of 1,540 m2, is perfect for holding public, organizational, academic events such as art and literary exhibitions. The Exhibition Gallery is equipped with hanging rails system, track lighting system, audio system, rollup projector screen and LCD projector.

      Ground Floor
      Lecture Theatre

      The 290-seat Lecture Theatre has a semi-circular stage area of about 34 m2. It is equipped with a film and video projection system and simultaneous interpretation system.

      Ground Floor
      Activity Rooms

      The two Activity Rooms on the G/F are available for hiring. The rooms can accommodate 80 and 30 people respectively and are equipped with an audio system and LCD projector. The Activity Rooms are suitable for holding lectures, seminars, symposia and meetings.

      Ground Floor
      User Education Hall

      The User Education Hall on the G/F frequently organises user education sessions for readers. Readers may join Public Guided Tour and various User Education Sessions such as introduction to Multimedia Information System, Electronic Databases and Library Catalogue, to acquire the information skills and make the best use of library resources.

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    • First Floor

      On the first floor you will see the service counter where most of the library transactions are handled. Notice the computer controlled book conveyance system, which runs on tracks like a miniature railway train to shunt materials and from ther place of origin, no matter what floor it came from. Self-changing terminals are also equipped to save your time in borrowing library materials.

      Also on the first floor you will find a well-stocked book and gift shop and cafeteria looking out over an attractive open-air podium.

      First Floor
      Service Counter

      The Service Counter on the 1/F provides comprehensive customer services. For the convenience of library users, self-served workstations including library catalogue terminals and self-charging terminals, and Express Check-in service are available at the lobby, for searching library materials and checking personal information, as well as for reserving, renewing and borrowing library materials.

      First Floor
      Internet Express Terminal

      Ready, Free, Internet access ready at hand. In order to provide quick and immediate access to Internet for library users, Internet Express Terminals (IETs) are located on 1/F. Library users aged 12 or above are welcome to use the terminals for checking web-based emails or surfing the Internet without prior reservation. Each session lasts for 15 minutes.

      First Floor
      Book & Gift Shop

      A well-stacked book and gift shop is available during library opening hours.

      First Floor
      Cafeteria

      A cafeteria looking out over an attractive open-air podium is located at 1/F. Light snacks and drinks are available during library opening hours.

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    • Second Floor
      Children's Library

      The Children's Library, on the 2/F, allows young readers up to age 12, to explore worlds of knowledge at an early stage of development. The library aims to nurture a love for reading through a well-balanced collection. The Collection consists of over 260,000 items, including books and audio materials on stories and songs, Picture Books, Award-winning Collections, Recommended Readings and periodicals for parents.

      Second Floor
      Children's Reference Section

      The Children's Reference Section provides a variety of over 125 titles of periodicals and other special reference collections like award-winning titles, Hanyu Pinyin collection and Bilingual titles for reference in the library.

      Second Floor
      Picture Book Corner

      Picture books with colourful illustrations are available for early childhood. Parents are encouraged to read with their children.

      Second Floor
      Toy Library

      The Toy Library is the first public toy library in Hong Kong for children aged eight or below. Four play corners namely the Baby Play Corner, Pretend and Imaginative Play Corner, Creative Play Corner and Activities and Games Play Corner are specially designed to cater for the development needs and play behavior of children. A wide selection of stimulating toys and educational kits for family play are offered in the library.

      Second Floor
      Children's Multimedia Room

      The Children's Multimedia Room located on 2/F provides learning fun and excitement for kids 3 to 12 years old, through its 24 computers. This facility has over 1,500 CD-ROMs, covering a wide variety of topics such as Chinese Language, English Learning, General Studies, Mathematics and Arts. Parents are welcome to accompany their children in the room to use the facility together to enhance parent-child relationship.

      Second Floor
      Children's Activity Room

      The Children's Activity Room on the 2/F is where families can enjoy performances or experience the fun from stories on stage. The Children's Activity Room can accommodate 60 people on tiered seats, which give a clear view of its colorful stage. It is equipped with audio and video projection system that gives energy to performances and presentations.

      Second Floor
      Babycare Room

      The Babycare Room, located at 2/F, is reserved for patrons who need to breastfeed or bottle-feed babies. Only one family at a time, one baby, the mother, or father, or accompanying adult, is allowed to use the Babycare Room. Users can approach the staff of the Children's Multimedia Room to use the service.

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      Children's Library Children's Reference Section Picture Book Corner Toy Library Children's Multimedia Room Children's Activity Room Babycare Room
    • Third Floor
      Adult Lending Library

      The Adult Lending Library on the 3/F has a comprehensive collection of over 650,000 items of Chinese and English reading materials, as well as musical scores and audio files in compact discs. It meets the community's need for knowledge and information, supports the public in using leisure time for self-learning and contributes to the promotion of local literary writing and arts.

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    • Fourth Floor

      The fourth floor houses back issues of newspapers and periodicals, and is a store of archived materials. The emphasis here is on a comfortable, clubby lounge atmosphere, where you can curl up with your favourite newspaper or magazine, or wrap yourself in the research of materials no matter where in the world it comes from.

      Fourth Floor
      Back Issues of Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area

      The Back Issues of Newspaper and Periodicals Reading Area is located on the 4/F. It consists of about 200,000 volumes of back issues and 50,000 bound volumes.

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      Fourth Floor Back Issues of Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area


    • Fifth Floor

      The fifth floor houses current issues of newspapers and periodicals, a store of archived materials available in microform reading area and a map library. And the emphasis here is on a comfortable, clubby lounge atmosphere, where you can curl up with your favourite newspaper or magazine, or wrap yourself in the research of materials no matter where in the world it comes from.

      Fifth Floor
      Current Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area

      The Current Issues of Newspaper and Periodicals Reading Area is located on the 5/F. About 5,000 titles of current Chinese and English newspapers and periodicals are subscribed mainly from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Europe, America and other Asian countries.

      Fifth Floor
      Microform Reading Area

      Some 24,000 items of newspapers, periodicals and historical documents, in microform format, mostly about China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, can be accessed and viewed in the Microform Reading Area on the 5/F.

      Fifth Floor
      Map Library

      All kinds of maps and atlases of Hong Kong, Mainland China and major cities of the world are in the Map Library on the 5/F. Users can access geographical information from the travel maps, topographical maps, geological maps, historical maps, aerial photos, and cartography-related reference materials, which are useful in conducting research and study on the history and social development of Hong Kong.

      Fifth Floor
      Computer and Information Centre

      The Computer and Information Centre on the 5/F houses 35 networked computer workstations. The computers are equipped with various application software aiming to promote computer literacy, facilitate public access to reference information and meet the studying and research needs of the public.

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    • Sixth Floor

      The hub of the Multimedia Information System located on the sixth floor provides audio and video-on-demand not only to the audio-visual booths on the Audio-visual Library, but also to the 500 public workstations on all floors, where the public can also request to see old photographs, maps, government documents, posters, house programmes and manuscripts reproductions in digitized format.

      Located on the sixth floor is Hong Kong public library's first Young Adult Library, catering to readers between the ages of 12 and 17. Here you will find the educational, informational and recreational materials specially suited to the needs of adolescents, and designed to help this age group bridge the gap from childhood to adulthood.

      Readers can make use of the Language Learning Centre located on this floor to pursue an extensive collection of language learning and examination materials. The Centre is equipped with individual cubicles and computer-aided language facilities that enable users to practice their skills which they need to work on.

      Sixth Floor
      Young Adult Library

      The Young Adult Library on the 6/F is the first dedicated library for teens from 12 to 17. It has more than 80,000 volumes of Chinese and English books, over 100 periodical titles, numerous newspaper clippings and community leaflets, to facilitate teenagers' academic and cultural pursuits as well as other meaningful interests. Also available are project guides on various topics to facilitate teen readers to do their projects.

      Sixth Floor
      Audio-visual Library

      The Audio-visual Library on the 6/F provides readers with over 150,000 audio-visual materials that can be search and played through different workstations to access to the Multimedia Information System (MMIS). The Library offers a vast collection of old photographs, maps, government documents, posters, house programmes and manuscripts in digitised formats. A large collection of films, documentaries and visual arts covering different areas are also available.

      Sixth Floor
      Language Learning Centre

      The Language Learning Centre on the 6/F has 34 language learning booths available for users. It houses collections of language learning kits, literatures and examination materials in over 100 international languages / dialects for users to learn at their own pace.

      Sixth Floor
      Discussion Room

      Discussion rooms are available on this floor for use of group discussion or study of library materials. The enquiry counter can be approached to check available time slots and arrange booking. Each can accommodate up to 6 or 8 users. Hiring has to be at least 1 hour and each hirer can hire up to 2 hours per day. The fee for hiring the rooms ranges from HK$32 to HK$65 per hour.

       
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    • Seventh Floor
      Central Book Stack

      This floor is installed with an electrically operated compact shelving system that maximizes storage capacity of library materials.

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    • Eighth Floor

      If you are seeking research material, your primary destination would be the Central Reference Library on the eighth and ninth floors. Here you can look up any of a wide range of topics filed under subject departments of General Reference, Hong Kong Studies, Business and Finance, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and Humanities. You may use a wide variety of e-resources in the electronic resource section searching for information, or you may want to look through depository collections, the United Nations Collection and the Hong Kong Literature Collection.

      The Hong Kong Literature Room commands pride of place with the objectives to encourage development of the literary tradition in Hong Kong, and promote wider awareness of Hong Kong writers and interest in their works.

      Eighth Floor
      Hong Kong Studies Department

      This Department includes resources on government publications and other Hong Kong related materials, containing historical documents, including government gazettes since 1853, departmental reports, statistical information from Census and Statistics Department ...etc., Hong Kong Exchange Collection, The Open University of Hong Kong Course Materials Collection...

      Eighth Floor
      General Reference Department

      This Department includes resources on Bibliographies, Library Science, Chinese Classical Studies, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Statistical Yearbooks, Travel Guides, Directories, Biographical Dictionaries, Quotations and ready reference tools in different subjects.

      Eighth Floor
      Depository Collections of International Organizations

      This Department includes resources on collections of the United Nations, Asian Development Bank, European Union, International Labour Organization, International Maritime Organization, UNESCO, World Bank, World Food Programme and World Trade Organization.

      Eighth Floor
      United Nations Collection

      The Collection consists of United Nation documents that are uniquely published by the United Nations, and other publications from the United Nations and her family, such as UN Conference on Trade and Development, UN Development Programme etc. The content of the materials covers topics like international peace, disarmament, refugees, social, economic and other global topics.

      Eighth Floor
      Cultural and Historical Resources Corner

      Located at 8/F, the Cultural and Historical Resources Corner aims to showcase the special collection in the Hong Kong Central Library on heritage documents of Hong Kong.

      Eighth Floor
      Hong Kong Literature Room

      Hong Kong Literature Room located at 8/F aims to present local literature and promote study and research related to Hong Kong literary scene.

      Eighth Floor
      Rare Book Reading Room

      A Rare Book Reading Room with classical Chinese furniture is located inside the Hong Kong Literature Room for reading rare books, manuscripts and historical documents.

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    • Ninth Floor

      If you are seeking research material, your primary destination would be the Central Reference Library on the eighth and ninth floors. Here you can look up any of a wide range of topics filed under subject departments of General Reference, Hong Kong Studies, Business and Finance, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and Humanities. You may use a wide variety of e-resources in the electronic resource section searching for information, or you may want to look through depository collections, the United Nations Collection and the Hong Kong Literature Collection.

      The Hong Kong Literature Room commands pride of place with the objectives to encourage development of the literary tradition in Hong Kong, and promote wider awareness of Hong Kong writers and interest in their works.

      Ninth Floor
      Social Sciences Department

      This Department includes resources on Journalism, Psychology, Statistics, Sociology, Political Science, Law, Public Administration, Social Welfare, Education, Public Services and Utilities, Customs and Folklore...

      Ninth Floor
      Science and Technology Department

      This Department includes resources on Mathematics, Computer Science and Internet, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, Anthropology and Biology, Medical Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Home Economics, Manufactures, Building Technology...

      Ninth Floor
      Humanities Department

      This Department includes resources on Philosophy, Religion, Language, Literature, History, Geography, Sports and Recreation...

      Ninth Floor
      Business and Finance Department

      This Department includes resources on Business, Trade and Economics, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Investment, Management, Marketing and Advertising, Taxation, Business Law, Business Directories...

      Ninth Floor
      Discussion Room

      Discussion rooms are available on this floor for use of group discussion or study of library materials. The enquiry counter can be approached to check available time slots and arrange booking. Each can accommodate up to 6 or 8 users. Hiring has to be at least 1 hour and each hirer can hire up to 2 hours per day. The fee for hiring the rooms ranges from HK$32 to HK$65 per hour.

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    • Tenth Floor

      The Arts Resource Centre's collection including books, music scores, periodicals, audio-visual and multi-media materials, online databases, etc. The Collection is in both Chinese and English and covers various disciplines in arts such as music, paintings, calligraphy, design, photography, sculptures, architecture, theatre, dance and films, etc. Some of the house programmes, posters and newspaper clippings related to arts have been digitized after clearance of copyright and can be accessed via the Multimedia Information System of Hong Kong Public Libraries.

      Readers can make use of the computer terminals in the Centre to search for the Library Catalogue, the Internet, the Multimedia Information System as well as the Online Databases. Besides, black and white as well as colour photocopying and computer printing services are also available in the Centre. The Centere also provides reading tables with ports connectable to the Internet and leisure reading sofas for readers.

      The Centre also has an Arts Document Reading Room which provides readrs with access to special collections of arts document, services and facilities for research purpose. Discussion Rooms and Music Practice Room are also available for hiring.

      Tenth Floor
      Arts Resource Centre

      The Arts Resources Centre is a specialised reference library. The collection in the Arts Resource Centre on the 10/F includes various disciplines in the arts such as music, paintings, calligraphy, design, photography, sculptures, architecture, theatre, dance and films. The centre aims at developing local arts, enhancing local culture and arts researches; nourishing the public's interest in arts and enhancing the level of appreciation.

      Tenth Floor
      Music Practice Room

      Music practice room is located at the Art Resources Centre on 10/F. It can accommodate a maximum of 2 persons each time. Reservation can be made at the enquiry counter. The minimum hiring duration is one hour and each user can rent the room for a maximum of four hours per day. The rental fee is $32 for the first hour and $16 for every subsequent half-hour.

      Tenth Floor
      Arts Document Reading Room

      The Arts Document Reading Room on the 10/F offers local music researchers and art lovers an ideal environment to examine valuable documents of the Hong Kong Music Collection, including manuscripts of music scores, lyrics and opera scripts. Regular display is arranged for promoting the public's appreciation and understanding of the arts.

      Tenth Floor
      Discussion Room

      Discussion rooms are available on this floor for use of group discussion or study of library materials. The enquiry counter can be approached to check available time slots and arrange booking. Each can accommodate up to 6 or 8 users. Hiring has to be at least 1 hour and each hirer can hire up to 2 hours per day. The fee for hiring the rooms ranges from HK$32 to HK$65 per hour.

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Exhibition Gallery Lecture Theatre Activity Rooms User Education HallService Counter Internet Express Terminal Book & Gift Shop CafeteriaChildren's Lending Section Children's Reference Section Picture Book Corner Toy Library Children's Multimedia Room Children's Activity Room Babycare RoomBack Issues of Newspapers & Periodicals Reading AreaCurrent Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area Microform Reading Area Map Library Computer and Information CentreYoung Adult Library Audio-visual Library Language Learning Centre Discussion Room Discussion RoomHong Kong Studies Department General Reference Department Depository Collections of International Organizations Depository Collections of International Organizations United Nations Collection Cultural and Historical Resources Corner Hong Kong Literature Room Computer and Information CentreSocial Sciences Department Science and Technology Department Humanities Department Business and Finance Department Discussion Room Discussion RoomArts Resource Centre Music Practice Room Arts Document Reading Room Discussion Room