Best Library Networks In Washington Near Me

Who has selected these businesses:
Becky Ohlsen
@beckyohlsen
Author and references

Sort by:
Relevance
Add my business

1. Joint Bank Fund Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
1 reviews
Joint Bank Fund Library
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 700 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20431

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (202) 623-7054

Guy: Library


Review: Their website mentions library network

There are no offers available.


Near Joint Bank Fund Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Joint Bank Fund Library: what do users think?

2. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress

LEAVE AN OPINION
3 reviews
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1291 Taylor St NW, Washington, DC 20542

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 707-5100

Guy: Public library


There are no offers available.


Near National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress: what do users think?


Jessica Chaiken: The name of this service has been changed to National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled.

Edmund Husserl: Very important library.

3. Georgetown Neighborhood Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
63 reviews
Georgetown Neighborhood Library
Services
4.9
Location
4.8
Attention
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 3260 R St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: (202) 727-0232

Guy: Public library


There are no offers available.


Near Georgetown Neighborhood Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Georgetown Neighborhood Library: what do users think?


Devin Boe: Friendly, helpful staff and a clean, well-lit, and quiet space to do work. The computer stations are easy to use, and the onsite printing is great. A friend of mine in the neighborhood praises their children's section in the basement, says she loves to bring her kiddos here regularly. Beautiful colonial revival building, and the adjacent park (Book Hill) is a lovely place to read outdoors. Note: It took me ~2 minutes online and ~2 minutes in person on the same day to get a library card, and so far all the services (online and in-person) have worked flawlessly! A+ for the DC library system!

Elad Silberring: Great place and has printers as well as free Wi-Fi a lot of computers to use for free I use selections of books there are couple of levels each level has its own genre of books categories are divided by kids young adults and adults you can just walk in and browse around and Shirley fast enough you'll find a book you can read for fun even if it's just for 10 or 15 minutes. pretty quite but no one gets angry if you make some noise. mostly older adults nearing their 50's and college kids.

Thơ Bùi: Great place for bookworms! Just kidding :) the place is great, lots of space to work. Friendly and helpful staff

Haim Haviv: Probably the best DC Public Library out there. Renovated with style. Big. Quiet. Lots of natural light. Friendly people. Free (and good working) WiFi

Lorenzo Givens: My first time here. Nice doesn't come close. This place is incredible. Great book collection.

apartment306: I love the view of Virginia from the back of the library. The location is called "Book Hill".

Daniil Eliseev: Beautiful, quiet, and comfortable spot. Definitely not huge, but considering you can still get any book in the network rather quickly if you request it through the catalog it isn’t really an issue, even more so considering the substantial ebook offerings the DC public library has. Really, really impressive for a smaller regional branch, and an interesting and well-curated space including special collections. When I first came, I was given a very warm welcome and the information/returns desk folks went above and beyond in showing me what this branch had. There are lots of community events everyday, from story time for young children to English conversation hours for adults. A caring, free, plentiful, and wholesome gem in Georgetown worth a visit whether you are a local or just passing through!

Austin Graff: Georgetown Public Library is one of the best libraries in Washington, D.C. First of all, it's on Book Hill overlooking Georgetown (and Rosslyn's skyline across the Potomac River) in a beautiful, regal brick building. It's several levels full of books, magazines, and reading rooms. The basement has a large kids section with programming for kids- story time, art time, etc. The staff are friendly and the library is clean!

Maria Gaffney: I’ve been coming here for years and it’s a great library. They have a good selection of books, a nice amount of seating and study rooms and generally it’s very very quiet.

Michael Price: This truly is the best of the DC Library branch locations. Tons of books, movies, and such a beautiful building. There's even a park right behind the library with a terrace and patio furniture. Did I mention that there's Wi-Fi too?

4. Manuscript Division

LEAVE AN OPINION
2 reviews
Manuscript Division
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE # 102, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 707-5383

Guy: Public library


There are no offers available.


Near Manuscript Division:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Manuscript Division: what do users think?


Joshua Louis: An endless supply of original papers to be amazed at. The staff is incredibly helpful too.

5. Library of Congress

LEAVE AN OPINION
1554 reviews
Library of Congress
Services
4.6
Location
4.6
Attention
4.7
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.6

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 707-5000

Guy: Law library


Review: Their website mentions network libraries

There are no offers available.


Near Library of Congress:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Library of Congress: what do users think?


Mireille G: Favorite place I visited in D.C.. Words cannot begin to describe how gorgeous this building is inside and out. Every single detail so carefully thought out from the architecture to the art. Definitely go visit if you can, there’s so much to see. Also try and get a library card if you can it’s totally free and a fun souvenir to keep. It’s a legit library card and you can use it to enter the main reading room but you usually need to make an appointment weeks in advance to get in room but the card is a nice memory to keep.

Nicole Pascotescu: Beautiful. Photos will never do it justice, you need to see it in person! It’s literally breathtaking. It’s amazing to just stand in the middle of it and look up in awe. I went on a school trip from DC and it was a great learning experience. But really I’ve never seen such beautiful architecture and design.

Sonya Williams (Wildflowers and Hooyahs): What an incredible experience! It took us about twenty mins to get library cards but it was worth it! We also felt the amount of people there on a Tuesday was weird but it’s popular for a reason. Will def return. The staff were so nice and knowledgeable.

VikinGA: Gorgeous! The national library of the United States and the largest library in the world! Its collections include more than 30 million catalogued books and other print materials in 470 languages. It holds the largest rare book collection in North America, including the rough draft of the Declaration of Independence and one of the Gutenberg Bibles!!!

Ashok Patel: Library of Congress, a national symbol of knowledge is the largest and oldest library of United States established in 1800. This is the research library for Congress and open for public for research only and the books or materials can not be checked out. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill. The research material is from all over the world in more than 450 languages. The library has more than 160 million items and everyday 10,000 new items are being added. We booked the timed tickets online to visit the library. I couldn’t get the timed tickets 5 days before but some limited tickets are released everyday morning at 9.00 am. Exactly at 9.00 AM I tried and I got the desired time slot. There is no entry fee. As a book lover, it was my dream to visit this unbelievable and incredible heritage library. Anyone can have access to the library if you have Reader Identification Card. The building architecture and the sculptures inside and outside are absolutely stunning. It is very theatrical, heavily ornamented and the decorative paintings and beautiful sculptures place this building among greatest art and architecture in America. The exhibition of photography and about Rosa Parks was very impressive. The mosaics, the frescos and the stained glass work is amazing. Thomas Jefferson’s personal library and the main reading room is great attraction. Unfortunately, we could see the main reading room from high above with limited sight through the thick glass. I wanted to see those millions of books on the shelves as I dreamed off, but what I saw was mostly exhibitions in a museum kind of setting. However, this is a must see attraction.

Richa Rashmi: What an amazing Greek architecture! This place is a jungle of Corinthian columns, a sea of books and a sky of murals. It’s absolutely stunning. Be sure to checkout Jefferson’s own donation of myriad books along with an exhibition of Rosa Park’s works. Also, entry is by appointment only. There’s a book shop that hosts souvenirs ranging from books to crockeries.

Juhi Pac: Beautiful historic building with gorgeous architecture. There are two and a half floors of museum-exhibits of some of the maps and records that the library keeps. Absolutely worth it for the free price and close proximity to South Capitol metro station

Rany SADER: By far, one of the best experiences ever if you are into culture. A fan of books, I loved the place, the heritage, the building and the whole experience. Don’t think twice if you like a Library. One of the best I ever visited.

Jon Scott: This is a must visit while in DC. The architecture and history was worth every minute. Take time to ask a Docent about specifics of the area you are in. Jim (docent) was so knowledgeable and spent ten minutes explaining the sculpture and paintings. The photographic exhibit was a bonus and Tomas Jefferson’s library exhibit was as well.

Alexandra B: A library dedicated to knowledge and education in every way possible. One of my favorite places in DC. Every inch of this building is a tribute to history, the pursuit of knowledge, and the contributions of those who came before us. Note you have to reserve a timed entry pass online in order to visit the library.

6. Gelman Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
45 reviews
Gelman Library
Services
4.4
Location
4.3
Attention
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.3
Wifi
4.3

Address: 2130 H St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: (202) 994-6558

Guy: University library


There are no offers available.


Near Gelman Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Gelman Library: what do users think?


temiloluwa adeyemi: The library is only accessible to GW students, faculty and staff. You must be cleared and can tap in with your Gworld card

Ao: Nice food at decent price, great environment. The hall was very quiet and perfect for dinner. Worth a visit!

George Ward: Visitors have to get an appointment three days in advance. They could have let me request the book and use it under supervision! How rude.

Hannah Hiles: Lovely library. Beautiful lighting make it a great study space along with nearby eateries.

Libby Burst: The only good thing about this library is that it serves its base purpose, which is to be a place for students to study and get resources for projects. In all other regards, it is literally the worst “library” I have even had the misfortune of paying to use as a student.The staff I have encountered are terribly unfriendly and unwilling to help, the layout/ design is hideous and the technology is quite outdated. Do yourself a favor and avoid the staff as much as you can and look for your resources online. Thank god their website is functional.

Marley Bonnee: This is not a public library only for the university

Brian Lee: you can't take the photograph inside the library due to privacy laws! If you want group study, use the 2nd floor. But if you want to quiet place there are many places to quiet places to study from 3rd ,4th,5th6th floor

Alex Wei: Best GWU study place. Great library. You could rent lockers. Good place to spend all night finishing your dues.

Eccentric Diva: Had interesting times here, especially on the 6th floor where I met with team members to work on group projects.

Rozan Bokhari: 24 hours operating library + clean + very quite + facilities + walking distance from metro = awsome!

7. American University Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
24 reviews
American University Library
Services
4.2
Location
4.3
Attention
4.2
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 9PM

Telephone: (202) 885-3232

Guy: University library


There are no offers available.


Near American University Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

American University Library: what do users think?


Areej Radwan: Great library, best university one in DC. I’m not a student but come here often to read and do work and I love it so much. The staff are also very kind and helpful. Thanks so much for providing this great community resource ♥️

Blake Wilson: I had a great experience here. I came by to get a book and though I am not a student they were able to assist me in ways that my university couldn't. Everyone was very helpful. My only issue was getting here. Google kept trying to get me to go to the Music Library but alas, I made it. 5 Stars.

Ted Chaffman: The AU Music Library is a vibrant, unique, and essential service in the American University community. Its staff are welcoming and knowledgeable of their collections, and the space offers a wide variety of services and technologies available to visitors.

ArielandJess WorldPeace: Great university library. I used to use this library when I was in high school, better than other university libraries that I've used. Biggest issue is parking.

Scott Byrne: Make a noise on the second floor, I DARE YOU!Other than that, great place tho.

Sharon: Still visit this library as an alumni. Nice, quiet, clean. Friendly atmosphere.

Praveen Sriram: Large collection of books and have more than enough computers to get on the Internet or do research. World class library. :)

A. Moore: Good university library. :-) has all the basic research materials you might need. Also, it has a Curriculum Resource Center (teacher manuals, basal readers, prek-12 curriculum materials) on the top floor for Education majors.

Jacob Tracey: Were very helpful and super friendly! Easy to talk to over the phone and in person. Definitely a 10 out of 10 experience!

Levester Green II: Enjoyed the Experience. Lived it. Loved it!~

8. Merrill Learning Center

LEAVE AN OPINION
5 reviews
Merrill Learning Center
Services
4.5
Location
4.5
Attention
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 800 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (202) 651-5217

Guy: University library


There are no offers available.


Near Merrill Learning Center:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Merrill Learning Center: what do users think?


Thiago Roberto: (Translated by Google) Reasonable(Original)Razoável

9. Federal Library and Information Center Committee

LEAVE AN OPINION
2 reviews
Federal Library and Information Center Committee
Services
3
Location
2.9
Attention
2.9
Possibility of Parking
2.9
Wifi
2.9

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE # 217, Washington, DC 20540

Telephone: (202) 707-4800

Guy: Federal government office


There are no offers available.


Near Federal Library and Information Center Committee:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Federal Library and Information Center Committee: what do users think?

10. National Library of Medicine

LEAVE AN OPINION
40 reviews
National Library of Medicine
Services
4.1
Location
4.2
Attention
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (888) 346-3656

Guy: National library


There are no offers available.


Near National Library of Medicine:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

National Library of Medicine: what do users think?


Tony Martello: Incredible think tank. Just reading up on the latest research on creative healing shifts.

Zarzar Aflatoon: Dutch JC DTC g Seth FCC CV BH BC q vim CH BC SF JCB

Michael Garner: I work here and is an Outstanding place to work, books that date back in time, books on medical, medicines you can find it here. Currently the building is under construction, give a call and schedule a visit a d tour the facility you're going to be amazed with the knowledge that you're going to be left with just Outstanding.

akhila chalamcharla: Beautiful place with wide varities of pure textile collection...!!Had a nice experience!

Abdoulaye I BAH: It is a real place where the lives of people around the world depend. It is the referential Medical litteratures base <> MedlinePlus. The most trusted server of Medical Journal where are hosted (stored) the printout and Electronic Scientific Medical articles of the most trusted Medical journals from the hardest workers healthcare professionals.

Gleb: Hello my frendo,i very love your web site and your сomputing ability

Emerald: cheese burger

Elizabeth Moorman: The world is a dreary place now

Lulu Dickens: Good information found on this website, but they still lack of certain things, well, more well said, to explain them.

pichveha792 Pichveha792: Good

11. Dolley Madison Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
60 reviews
Dolley Madison Library
Services
3.9
Location
3.9
Attention
4
Possibility of Parking
3.9
Wifi
3.9

Address: 1244 Oak Ridge Ave, McLean, VA 22101

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 356-0770

Guy: Public library


There are no offers available.


Near Dolley Madison Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Dolley Madison Library: what do users think?


Ryan Zlatanova: An incredible library! The librarians are all super helpful, and the selection of books is great. I really appreciate their commitment to elevating literature of all topics, especially diverse books. Holds from other Fairfax libraries arrive quickly. The design of the building is beautiful too. I love visiting and browsing the books. Public libraries are a blessing!

Nishant Sahay: The library is located right next to the McLean Community Center and shares its boundaries with the McLean park. It is a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon with great collection of books. The staff at this location are extremely polite and helpful. The book-hold system works perfectly fine and you can be in and out within 5 minutes if you know what you are looking for.

Krystal Zwiesineyi Chindori-Chininga: Beautiful library, trying to be as modern as it can, ive been to several public libraries in the DC and Arlington area, and this one is one of my faves and beats out quite a few in DC. The librarians were very helpful and it was nice to see lots of teens/college kids and adult work from homers reading and working.

Ryan B: My favorite library. I loooooove visiting! Their displays by the door always give me ideas and inspiration and help me find new books. The windows are so pretty.

Jagadesh Yellapu: This library has good book collection, is located just beside park & well designed, with lots of natural light coming through glass walls.

M: Good building and adequate parking, most days. Very limited, especially in Junior Fiction, but this is a system-wide problem with the Fairfax Public Library System.

M B: Vulgar pornographic books displayed under the guise of "holiday reading" materials for children, complete with satanic verse. Taxpayer-funded leftist indoctrination of young readers!

vinphill Seung Phill Lim: Just one thing is Needed more tables, seats for studying people, but calm and wonderful library for studying.

Paula Kapfer: As most government run institutions, there is zero accountability. Low pay and freedom to do stupid all day long.

Aditya Sarkar: Good location and nice for meetings - they have private rooms that you can reserve for personal or group use. Has access to Fairfax County Public Library books from other network libraries. Nice atmosphere and a good place to work or just read.

12. Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
93 reviews
Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library
Services
4.6
Location
4.5
Attention
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 7584 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 9PM

Telephone: (703) 790-8088

Guy: Public library


There are no offers available.


Near Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library: what do users think?


Brian Copes: This is my personal go-to library where they have friendly staff and fairly convenient hours too. Parking - plenty of open spots to park. Honestly, I love the low cost printing this library offers. Other libraries don’t offer printing. It’s only $0.15 cents per page I recall for black and white. Anyway, if you are looking for a low cost printing option or a good book, please check out this local library!

April Moyo: Quaint, comfortable library and has everything for our needs. We visit once a week for children's books. Anyways a good selection of new titles too. They offer storytime every Monday and Thursday at 10:30 for the little kids. Self checkout is quick and easy.

M M: this is a beautiful library with enormous amount of natural light. however , i always thought the staff were under-qualified and not true librarians. they keep arranging the furniture as if it’s their living room with no understanding of specificities of a public library space. almost every other month they rearrange with no sense of architectural logic and sensible planning. additionally , the staff needs to be reminded that they work for the public in a public building and their wages come from public taxes. they need to be mindful of public’s health and well being while they are using the library. during the covid compulsory mask period i complained to one of the staff members about a person who was not only not wearing a mask but also constantly coughing. the staff member came over to the area where this sick person was sitting and with a very loudly declared that it’s not in their power to enforce the newly adopted regulation of fairfax county. she made sure she was loud enough so that everyone in the library hears her. and that this person does not have to wear a mask even though a gigantic poster in the lobby said exactly the opposite. i was very annoyed and approached the library manager who i had had very good experience with before. she is very professional and reasonable. she immediately took control of the situation and reminded the coughing person of the regulations and resolved the situation without creating a scene or using loud and obnoxious voice. that manger has since retired, unfortunately and i have also changed library.

Nadana Ravishankar: This is one of the regional library in Tyson’s corner and very close to our home also. We usually go there for lending books and CDs. It has play area for kids, large collections of books, free WiFi, free programs and many more. It’s very easily connected to road and next to Tyson’s pimmit park and lot of local communities in the area. The staffs are very friendly and helpful. We love to come here.

Maria Stoica: Wow, this library is SO beautiful! The natural light cannot be beat, and there is so much space to work and the views of the park are gorgeous! I would love to meet the architect and shake his/her hand for the beautiful job they did. I also really like all of the featured books in all of the adult sections—the whole atmosphere sparks so much inspiration in me to browse and read. I have only been here once, but I plan on returning to just relax and read every once in a while. My only critique is that they have placed toys in the children’s area, and the one time I was there, the kids were being very loud while playing and no one was telling them to maintain library voices; it unfortunately ruins the atmosphere of the children’s section. I would like to be able to come here with my son to read books, so hoping that was just a one time fluke.

Murugesh Kumar: Nice library with lot of room to sit and read. Friendly and helpful staff. Kids would enjoy the park nearby. Plenty of parking. There are more computers and kiosk available. Events almost everyday for kids. Overall a great library in the area

Casie: I love this library. The space is bright and the staff is great!

Donald Ely: Sixteen cubicles in their scrupulously clean quiet study room, which is in fact very quiet. This is meritorious. Better than average selection at the ongoing book sale, not just bodice ripping trashy romance novels.

Anders Warga: Stopped by just before noon. This branch is also an early voting site, beginning at noon. People began to queue up to vote, but the line diminished rapidly. Picked up my held book and two novels. Browsed in current issue of The Economist.

Aprils Advice, Advocacy & Advancement!: Alisha Hassan from Rhodes? Are parking preference needed?

13. Hornbake Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
18 reviews
Hornbake Library
Services
4.8
Location
4.9
Attention
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 4130 Campus Dr, College Park, MD 20740

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 405-9212

Guy: University library


There are no offers available.


Near Hornbake Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Hornbake Library: what do users think?


Rohit Choudhary: One of the amazing libraries of University of Maryland, College park campus, this one also has a open garden study courtyard.

Juhi Pac: Not as big but much more quiet than McKeldin. They got rid of the printing stations that used to be in the basement. Just a big quiet study building

shouki A (Sam): We went out there to see the University today it’s beautifulMore than 40,000 studentsI really recommend this one one

14. Apple Carnegie Library

LEAVE AN OPINION
537 reviews
Apple Carnegie Library
Services
4.1
Location
4.1
Attention
4.2
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: 801 K St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: (202) 609-6400

Guy: Electronics store


There are no offers available.


Near Apple Carnegie Library:



Are you the owner of the business? PROMOTE IT!

  • Be the 1st in the ranking
  • exclusive page

Apple Carnegie Library: what do users think?


Vi Rodriguez: This is a very cool building to visit. The history behind it is also very interesting which you can learn all about it in the basement. The building is very clean!! Lots of staff available to help answer any questions you may have. The first and main floor is the Apple store but it’s not like a regular Apple store. There is a huge selection of all of Apple’s products. On the second floor is a digital art gallery and the library but they were both clothed when I came on a Saturday. Still a cool visit and it’s free to enter and walk around.

Swire Ho: From out of town and we almost didn't notice it is an Apple Store. It was the old Carnegie Library built back in 1901. Went during a weekday at 1PM so there were more employees than customers. They have a gallery on the Top floor and basement. We walked there from our nearby hotel and I don't see any parking near the building.

B Dunnegan: Wasted so much time waiting for reps, while reps who claim they can’t help just stand around. How many reps do YOU see?? I get calls and emails on regular from business team yet when I come in store, none are available to help. Also—the store operation is inefficiently run. What should be pinging/cueing up clients at check in is a belaboring dog and pony show that passes you from one rep to another. Over it. As a small business owner, who was literally called and emailed every day by what was described as a small business support team at the Carnegie location has not produced one iota of assistance. Over it.

livingmytruth 2: Michael, Gunner and Taylor were absolutely amazing. This was by far the best Apple store i ever been in. As soon as i walked in the door i was greeted by Taylor and Michael. They made me feel at home. They answered all my questions and eased all my fears about this big new location. Then i met with Gunner ( who happens to be deaf) and he was absolutely a joy. He was efficient, fast and he really made me feel comfortable through my process of getting an new ipad. Way to go Apple, this is the kind of experience i am looking for

Daria Willis: The Apple Store was quite an experience! I loved it! The staff was wonderful! Knowledgeable, helpful and courteous! I had an appointment for a phone and I requested help with my Mac laptop. They took care of it, cleaned it up and now its almost like new even though it is 8 yrs old! Excellent!!!

Vinh Mai: Great layout, no pushy salespeople, very helpful staff. My guy Marcus was fantastic from beginning to me leaving with a new phone.

Charlie Olsen: Great service from the staff. Walked in and immediately had a staff member helping me and was out with my purchase in less than 15 minutes. Also the library building has a museum upstairs that’s really cool. 10/10 shopping experience.

Scott Denman: Was told to wait for help with an employee currently helping another customer. That customer was being a royal pain, but instead of noticing that I’ve been standing around for 30 minutes waiting, others who came to the store after me were being helped for the same thing I came in for… For a company that seems to care about its image, they are pretty horrible at customer service. On the plus side, they are very accommodating for employees with disabilities. Overall though they are pretty bad at letting people just stand around

Seva Narkute: I have received the best service at this Apple Store location. I highly recommend making an appointment before visiting as this beautifully located store stays busy, although the staff there has been extremely helpful and understanding even on the times when I showed up without an appointment. :)

Mauricio Pretto: I had one of the best experiences shopping in my life here The person that was helping me was death and had a interpreter in a FaceTime to help him. This is the true inclusion of technology. Amazing! I left crying of joy! Congratulations apple! This was incredible!