Dreams in a Witch House
The gem of the university, a repository for over 400,000 rare books. This three-story Gothic structure was built of native granite in 1878, replacing a smaller wooden building.
The library has a smaller but taller structure next to it, referred to as the “Library Tower.” The tower is connected to the main library on the second floor reading room. The tower primarily serves as a study hall for students and is open 24 hours. There are plenty of couches and vending machines around. The tower is as old as any building on campus but has been redecorated.
Ground Floor: There is a kitchen and a McDonalds open until 10 pm here. Two small Study rooms are here as well.
Second Floor: An art gallery filled with many of Miskatonic’s best sculptures and paintings. The reading room here connects to the main library. There is also a smaller study. Shleves of books line the second floor.
Third Floor: less used and strictly “quiet” The third floor is the most intense place to study. The Solarium on this floor goes up another level but is officially closed to visitors.
Basement: Desks and tables fill the basement and it is often used for late night studying and last minute homework. Several side rooms are locked and filled with books in storage.
The library is open 8 A.M. to 12 P.M Monday – Friday, 10 A.M – 10 P.M on Saturday and Sunday.
The Tower is generally open 24 hours but books from the tower can only be checked out during library hours.