About Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System is the largest in the state, with 34 libraries and a collection of more than 2.5 million items. It offers innovative programs, services and virtual resources tailored to meet the needs of each branch's community. Children, teens and adults may choose from a variety of classes, visit exhibitions, listen to authors discuss their work, check out videos, DVDs and CDs, attend book club discussions, get homework help, hear music and see live performances. Last year patrons borrowed more than 3.8 million items, made 4 million visits to the libraries and our website had over 6 million hits.
The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System includes the Central Library, located downtown and designed by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer, and the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, the first library of its kind in the Southeast offering specialized reference and archival collections.