11030 East Boulevard
The general public is more than welcome to visit and use the library with the price of admission.
The Eleanor Squire Library is a circulating library specializing in horticultural, botanical, and gardening resources. Members may check out items for three weeks. Rare books do not circulate. Staff, trustees, and volunteers can check out storage and reference books for short-term loans at the discretion of the librarian.
The rare book collection of the Eleanor Squire Library represents some of the major contributions to botanical and horticultural literature. Tours are occasionally scheduled for members and the public. Enjoy a historical overview of the books, offering a unique glimpse into the scope and diversity of the Library’s 2000 volumes and featuring selections from the collections of Warren Corning and Thomas Urban.