The Leopold Museum Library is a reference library that serves the museum’s museologists in their research endeavors, while also being available to external researchers. With its focus centered on art in Vienna around 1900, the library’s holdings reflect the museum collection’s core thematic area. Following the collection’s profile, content selection is being continually expanded to include print and electronic media. The library currently contains about 14,000 publications, among which is a comprehensive corpus of historical exhibition catalogues, magazines, and first editions.
Visitors can access the library by appointment from Tuesday to Thursday, 1 pm to 6 pm.