The Suzzallo library is the primary library of the Seattle branch of the University of Washington. It has a distinctive architectural style (Collegiate Gothic) and is named for Henry Suzzallo, a past president of the University. It houses over 1.6 million volumes including Children's Literature, Natural Sciences, Government Publications and a wide variety of periodicals. Additionally it has an extensive collection of rare books published prior to 1801. A portion of its volumes are about the American Indians, natives tribes from Alaska and the migratory routes of those First Nation people.
One Spokane Lane
Seattle, Washington 98195 ( located in the University District)
The library has made every attempt to be user-friendly and features large seating areas and tables. It is open to the public but the free wi-fi features within the library are available only for University of Washington students and faculty.
Hours open until 10 PM on weekends
Free parking after 5 PM Saturdays and all day Sundays.