Starting 1 June, the Helsinki City Library network will once again provide close to full library services. This summer, some libraries in the city will also be open on weekends.
Rikhardinkatu library's work and meeting rooms can be reserved through City of Helsinki's reservation booking system Varaamo. Read more about this here!
In November we reorganize the circulating collection of adult's fiction and non-fiction. Here you can find information on changes occurring on the second floor and on the first balcony of the book tower.
This Autumn some of the shelving of adult's non-fiction and fiction will be changed. The process does not affect library's opening hours - we will be open normally during the reorganization.
Rikhardinkatu Library 135 years
Helmet Reading Challenge 2017 is finally here!
The Rikhardinkatu Library of Helsinki has been acquiring a collection of Artists’ books since 2000. Currently, there are approximately 400 pieces in the collection, with both Finnish and foreign examples well represented. We offer both unique and limited editions of Artists’ books and feature exhibitions of selected artists on a regular basis.