Use and service
|Monday – Friday||09:00 – 17:00|
Monday – Friday
|09:00 – 12:30|
|Ordering media for consultation in the reading room||OPACplus|
|Overview of the reading room||Reading Room for Music, Maps and Images|
The reference collection of the map department can be found in the Reading Room for Music, Maps and Images on the 1st floor (classification mark: Hbks), comprising 3,800 volumes shelved on the 2nd gallery. It contains the most important source works and reference works, manuals, atlases and bibliographies. Further volumes with the classification mark Hbks are kept in the stacks and need to be ordered first.
Ordering media for use in the reading room
Printed maps, atlases, globes and cartographic writings can be searched in the OPACplus/ BSB catalogue and need to be ordered there.
Maps, atlases and globes can be used exclusively in the Reading Room for Music, Maps and Images. The use of particularly valuable works which are kept in the vault is subject to prior approval.
Other reading rooms
Hand-drawn maps (classification mark: Cod.icon.) can be ordered and consulted exclusively in the Reading Room for Manuscripts and Rare Books. The consultation of volumes kept in the vault is subject to prior approval.