周六我们带着10岁的儿子去约翰赖兰兹图书馆。他对这里印象深刻,有一排排的书墙,包括很多历史书卷,但有许多尘封的书,没法看,只能令人感叹。这座图书馆要想给人全新的体验,需要开放那些书目,以便读者了解到底隐藏着些什么。 当然,1000年前的圣经片段令人觉得很是不可思议,但如果读者可以钻研锁着的书架会更好。 确实是名符其实的宝库——你一定要来体验一下!
I first visited the John Rylands many years ago but had my eyes opened by my young grandchildren who took a totally different angle on the place and were so enthused by what they discovered. The architecture, the history of the building (I believe the first commercial building to be lit by electric light), and the contents were of great... 更多
Despite living in Manchester for most of my life, I'd never visited John Rylands Library, until last summer. After my visit I'd heartily recommend this to anyone interested in a truly eye-opening experience, with fantastic architecture and brilliantly presented and fascinating exhibits; a wander through these venerable and historic hallways was almost like stepping back in time. I'd recommend leaving... 更多
This is such an amazing building! The inside takes you back in time and makes me feel a bit jealous of anyone who had the privilege to study in there. The walls covered in books, the neo gothic architecture and deco gives it a special atmosphere. It's definitely worth a visit and on the plus side, it is free. When... 更多
One of manchesters hidden gems, manages collections of rare and wonderful books maps and other interesting historical items of ephemera. All available for viewing by general public housed in a fabulous building of great architectural interest.
The library's architecture is stunning and the collection of books is exceptional. I believe it has been voted one of the top 50 library's in the world. Thank you Mrs Ryland.
What an interesting interior , quite different from expections . Lovely cafe also . I am not sure of the remaining questions re. buggies/ wheelchairs .