7 Best Libraries In Islamabad 2023

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Best Libraries in Islamabad

In this revolutionized world of technological chaos and disruption, there is still one place that can provide solace to chaotic thoughts. This is the place that holds tranquillity and answers to all the questions in need. The library is not just for gaining knowledge and learning something but its silence provides peace of mind. Looking for the best libraries in Islamabad, you are at the right spot.

List Of Best Libraries In Islamabad

There are some of the best libraries in Islamabad in the country with a vast variety of books in all genres. They can help in getting the knowledge that you require and also make friends with people with the same interests. Here are the best libraries in Islamabad from which you can choose to visit according to your interests.

  1. National Library Of Pakistan, G-5
  2. Quaid Public Library, F-9
  3. CDA Public Library and Gym, F-11 and G-11
  4. Islamabad Community Library, I-10
  5. Islamabad Public Library, H-9
  6. National Resource Library, F-7
  7. Smart Street Library, F-6

National Library of Pakistan, G-5

Best Libraries in Islamabad

The National Library of Pakistan holds a vast range of books and manuscripts from all ages and in multiple languages. It is a literary heritage located in the capital of the country. The library provides convenient services to the readers to come in and borrow books with a minimal membership rate.

It is also a member of various communities like PLA, CDNL, IFL, and CDNLAO. It I also important because of the “National ISBN Agency for Pakistani Publications.”

Quaid Pakistan Library, F-9

Best Libraries in Islamabad

  • Timings: Mon-Sat (8 am- 4 pm), Sunday Closed
  • Membership charges: PKR 300 with PKR 2,000 security charges (refundable)
  • Address: F-9 Park, Aiwan-e-Quaid Building, Islamabad.

It is one of the most attractive libraries in Islamabad. It is located in F-9 park which provides the readers and aesthetic pleasure to read in the tranquillity of nature. All age groups can visit it to find the best readings according to their taste. So, if you are caught up in wild thoughts, you can come here anytime and enjoy me-time while reading.

Quaid Pakistan Library also holds several interesting events for the literary people. You can attend these events for the story-telling, and book-exchanging sessions.

CDA Public Library and Gym, F-11 and G-11

  • Timings: Mon-Fri (9 am – 5 pm), Sat-Sun (closed)
  • Contact No: 0345-7636786 (F11)
  • Address: F-11 Markaz, Colonel Sher Khan Rd, Islamabad
  • G 11 Markaz, Islamabad

This is a mega project for providing the citizens with better health and a literary environment in the city. It is a project of the CDA (Capital Development Authority) and the Department of Libraries Islamabad. So, the citizens get a gym and a library at the same spot where they get modern technology exercise gear and machines and a wide variety of books in different genres.

Islamabad Community Library, 1-10

Address: I-10/1, Street 57, Islamabad

It is a small yet worthy library in the capital city of Pakistan. The area is not too spacious but offers a wide range of reading material. So, the readers can come and enjoy peace of mind in Islamabad Community Library.

Islamabad Public Library, H-9

  • Timings: Mon-Sat (9 am-5 pm), Sunday Closed
  • Contact No: 051-9265597
  • Address: H-9/4, 9th Avenue, Islamabad

If you had been looking for the best place to study in Islamabad, Islamabad Public Library is the right spot for all the students. CSS Aspirants could get the motivation and the right study material in this library. You can get one-time membership at an affordable rate. So, come here and get all the knowledge that you are looking for.

National Resource Library Islamabad, F-7 Markaz

National Resource Library is a massive library in Islamabad, consisting of multiple floors. Readers can get books from all walks of life. Whether you want to study or read just for the sake of pleasure, there is something for all age groups.

Along with spacious places to sit, relax and read, this library also holds fun events for the members like art exhibitions and crafting events for kids.

Smart Street Library, F-6

smart street library

Smart Street Library is a new and innovative concept for promoting reading among the public. The Director-general of ICT inaugurated this small library on 24th September 2021 in the F-6 Kohsar market.

It is located in a street where the readers could find other readers and share their books with the public. This way readers could recycle the books and get to read a wide variety. It is a great initiative to get the most out of the books because the more people who read, the better it will be.

These were some of the best libraries in Islamabad that provide a calm and relaxing reading and studying environment. So, if you are an avid reader for pleasure or a student, these libraries will help you a lot in life.

Duaa Naeem
Duaa Naeem
Dua is a seasoned writer who loves to write on Pakistani Entertainment and Infotainment while having her Masters in English literature

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