An Explorer's Guide to the Westchester County Libraries
The Warner Library (Tarrytown)
The Warner Library was chartered in 1929 and houses a large collection of local history information. It also provides lots of resources and library materials for the growing Spanish population (the website also accommodates Spanish speakers).
Accessibility and Hours: The library has a separate parking lot. Just a short walk down the block you can see stunning views of the Hudson River and Tappan- Zee Bridge. The calendar is also filled with events for children and weekly films for adults. They are open late twice a week and on weekends.
Setting: This library has lots of charm: the historical building, the large windows and high ceiling, the beautiful artwork on the walls, a dumb-waiter to send books up and down, a hand-carved oak fireplace mantle, and an art gallery where the artful changes monthly and encourages local artist to showcase their work. They also provide a list of resources for everything from restaurant recommendations to art galleries, and historic sites located in Tarrytown. Library users can also find information about the ongoing construction of the new Tappan- Zee Bridge here.
Address: 121 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Current Library Hours
|Monday & Thursday
|Tuesday & Wednesday
|Friday & Saturday
The Warner Library Website