The establishment of the American Library in Paris on 20 May 1920 also means the introduction of new ways of conceiving librarianship in France. French readers are delighted by open stacks, an American innovation.
Starting on Saturday 16 January, the Library will close each night at 18h in accordance with the new national curfew.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Library will open early to compensate for the reduced evening hours.
Tue–Fri: 10h–18h | Sat: 9h30–18h | Sun: 12h–18h | Mon: Closed