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The Gutenberg Library

The Gutenberg Library is one of Germany's largest libraries specialized in the history of books, printing, and script. This includes the entire sector of book sciences and book design, printing and typography, as well as artistic graphic print techniques. The library contains more than 91,000 titles from seven centuries and constitutes the heart of the exhibition activities of the Gutenberg Museum. At the same time, it is a reference and research library that can be used free of charge by all interested users.

The historical holdings can be researched worldwide on the online catalogue. 

Visitor Service

Opening hours

Tue – Fri:

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. / 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Last admission: 4:30 p.m.

Mon, Sat, Sun, public holidays

closed

Using the library

The library is equipped with a reading hall with 16 work stations, a microfiche reading device, and a copier/book scanner.

Please contact us in advance if you would like to work with the holdings of the Gutenberg Museum.

Research:The holdings can be researched on the Online catalog.

Book orders: Please order desired titles in advance where possible, either in writing, per telephone or via e-mail to prevent waiting times.

Contact

Gutenberg Library Mainz
Römischer Kaiser
Liebfrauenplatz 5
55116 Mainz

Mail: gutenberg-bibliothekstadt.mainzde

Phone: +49 6131 – 12 2623
Fax.: +49 6131 – 12 3488

Catalogues

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