From 11 November to 17 December there will be a small public exhibition in the entrance hall of the new Library. Opening hours are 10am – 5pm, Monday to Friday and admission is free. The exhibition will contain some of the treasures of the Library and will give an overview of the types of material that we hold, including medieval manuscripts, early printed books, archival material, prints, and maps. Highlights include one of the daily reports made by the physicians of George III detailing his mental and physical infirmities, a book of devotions and meditations personally compiled, and presented to the Her Majesty the Queen, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Geoffrey Fisher to help prepare her for her coronation, a copy of the Gutenberg Bible and the 9th century MacDurnan Gospels (see above).
The exhibition takes place in the entrance hall mezzanine Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm. There is no need to book and admission is free.