Pääkirjasto Metso is the central library in Tampere and the largest library in the area. The design of this library is inspired by a bird called Metso. If you view this building from a high altitude, it is like Mesto. Complete facilities, elegant and comfortable environment.
There are not many Finns who don’t need money, but the library is large and there are many people. Finns enjoy being alone and quietly.
You can apply for a library card on the spot with your passport! The online inquiry and reservation system is also very convenient. The CD lending area on the second floor has a large number of music scores and CDs that can be rented, and the CDs can be taken home and ripped. There are also pianos and CD machines with high-end AKG earphones in it, allowing you to practice playing sheet music or just hold it there and enjoy an afternoon of classical music. The appearance is very unique, and the Moomin Valley Museum is on the floor below. There are some Chinese books that can be borrowed (Jin Yong's novels, comics, etc.). Mainly to borrow LP and DK travel books.
A small library with a unique appearance and quiet inside. It is very convenient to apply for a library card with a passport.