The Harold B. Lee Library (HBLL) is located in the center of campus just south of the Administration Building. Enter through the doors on the east or west sides of the glass atrium. Visitor parking is located north of the Museum of Art and east of the Wilkinson Student Center.
Monday - Friday: 7:00 AM - Midnight
Saturday: 8:00 AM - Midnight
Why Visit the BYU Library
The library has about 98 miles of shelving for the more than 6 million items in its various collections. It has a seating capacity of 4,600 people and is the equivalent of 2½ football fields from North to South.
There are an abundance of things to see and do at the BYU Library: Family History Museum
“Of all the wonderful buildings that we have on this campus, none, I believe, is as important as the library. A library is the very heart and substance of a university. Without access of vast quantities of information, neither faculty nor student can do an accurate job. It is the foundation of research. It is the source of information, both old and new. It is a place for the ever-present challenge to dig for knowledge beyond that which is given in the classroom.” Harold B. Lee