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Visiting the Library

Renowned for the depth and continuity of its collection, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library attracts visitors from around the corner and around the world.


Visitors to the library, including persons who have purchased library cards, may park in one of the 10 identified visitor spaces along the hedgerow. Should those spaces be filled, additional parking is available along Mercer Street, Library Place, and Stockton Street, as well as in the municipal lot next-door (metered parking). The Library Lot is monitored. Vehicles without valid, current PTS parking permits or temporary permits issued for specific events are subject to ticketing.

General parking information is available on the Security website:

Notice about building exterior work

Some necessary work is taking place on the exterior of the library building. It will be noisy at times and some parking spaces will be reserved directly adjacent to the work. The sidewalk along this section of the building will be temporarily closed off. Please use care and caution around this area. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

The Brick Café

Enjoy fresh brewed coffee, lattes, iced coffee, frozen drinks, salads, sandwiches and other tasty items available for purchase during café hours.

Heather Sturt Haaga and Paul G. Haaga Jr. Tower