Alexandria - John Marshall Library

6209 Rose Hill Drive
703-971-0010

The John Marshall Library opened in a Rose Hill Shopping Center storefront in April 1963 and moved into its present location in February 1975. The building features a dramatic hi-tech design with clerestory windows. Murals decorate the walls in the children's area. The Library has more than 107,000 items in the collection and welcomed more than 179,000 people through its doors in fiscal year 2000.



Reviews

Raymond Mcdonald

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Monday, Jan. 16, 2017
Nice place to study and to prepare yourself for exams. Amazing collection, clean, and nice people in the admin side. Saturday, the place gets noisy bcs of the kids activities, but I manage to study at home

Joshua Sheffield

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Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016
The staff were very helpful and working with us while using the meeting room. Thank you for providing great customer service.

dk kim

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Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016
this library maintains such a good program for children. My youngest son likes picture book story telling program

Daniel Misgana

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Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015
It's really nothing special, just a decent, quiet, and ordinary library. Although I wish they had outlets near the general work area, because the quiet area is quite small. 8/10

Ideen Solhtalab

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Thursday, May 23, 2013
It's a friggin' library. How much can one really say? Umm, I like their book selection. Wow, those card readers are awesome. They've got the best selection of kids' magazines. And oh (!), they've got the finest collection of microfiche. [Insert very sarcastic tone above]. Richard Byrd (in Springfield) is a much nicer library, but this one is slightly closer to me. I will say that I love how I can request a copy of a book from another library for pick up at my library. Overall, fantastic service they've provided for many years that helps me save tons of money from buying (and potentially hoarding) books.