The German National Library provides access to Germany's cultural and scientific heritage in the form of publications issued since 1913. It is an institution which provides a wide variety of services: not only as a public reference library in Leipzig and Frankfurt am Main, but also as a producer and provider of a broad spectrum of services for libraries, scientific institutions, publishers, book retailers and, not least, for individual users.
Many of the German National Library's services can also be used directly via the Internet. Those seeking information have direct, round-the-clock access to the digital holdings.Copyright allowing, there is free access to the archived online publications and the ongoing series of works being digitised by the DNB, either in the reading rooms or on users’ computers anywhere in the world. The German National Library offers further services via the Internet which are specifically designed to meet the needs of libraries and publishers..
The large Congress Centre of the German National Library in Frankfurt am Main is available for hire for a wide range of events, e.g. receptions, academic symposiums, conferences, general meetings, press conferences and readings etc.
Last update: 2.11.2015