Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral Library

560 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022

212-752-3824

REGULAR HOURS

SUN Closed

MON 10 AM–6 PM

TUES 10 AM–6 PM

WED 10 AM–6 PM

THURS 10 AM–6 PM

FRI 10 AM–5 PM

SAT Closed

Highlighted Amenities:

Computers for public use

Wireless internet access (Wi-Fi)

Scanners

Printers (black/white)

Interlibrary loan

About

We serve patrons on the go, who work and live in our neighborhood by providing books, audiobooks, DVDs, and a quiet place to read during the day. 

The Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral Library began as part of the New York Archdiocese's Cathedral Library Association in 1887. We are located on the northwest corner of Lexington Avenue and 50th Street, below street level at the entrance to the 6 train. 

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