Libraries in Montreal are in abundance, but this doesn't mean that the majority of them aren't always packed with people.\nSo, MTL Blog made a list of the perfect quiet places to study or spots to find a bit of peace of mind throughout the city.\nFind out the best-hidden libraries around Montreal below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nGoing to the library means something different for everyone. For some of us it means exams are right around the corner, for others it means it is time to browse some books and for people like me, it means finding a space to get work done. Libraries in Montreal are in abundance, but their popularity usually means they're packed with people. I, personally, seek out hidden, quiet library spots, where I know I can definitely get things done.\nI am always looking for inspiring new spots that are quiet enough for me to work in and I have found that libraries are the best place for that. Lucky for me, I live in a city that is swimming in aesthetically pleasing libraries.\nThroughout the year, there are a million reasons why going to a library is a good idea and one of the main ones is that throughout Montreal, the libraries are true works of art.\nThe following six locations will not only make studying easier but it will make that tired study selfies a lot nicer!\nNext time you are looking for somewhere quiet or the next time you are rushing to meet a deadline, why not check out one of these picturesque locations?\nBirks Reading Room\nWhere: 3520 Rue University\nView this post on Instagram birks baby, i miss you !!!!! A post shared by trisha (@trishaiyar) on May 25, 2017 at 7:08am PDT\nThe lavish library is a great spot to catch up on some reading and get some work done. The intricate details surrounding these study chambers are nice enough to get you through those painful studying hours.\nAnd, just on the other side of the hallway is the Chapel, which is just as beautiful! Make sure to check the spaces hours before going, since they change throughout the seasons.\nWebsite\nIslamic Studies McGill\nWhere: 3485 Rue McTavish\nView this post on Instagram Feels good to be enjoying the hallowed precincts of the Octagon Room of Islamic Studies Library where I spent much of the later years of my undergrad and then all of my masters pondering the mysteries of the Mughals #IslamicStudiesLibrary #McGill #Montreal A post shared by Usman (@ussie84) on Aug 11, 2014 at 12:20pm PDT\nThe Islamic Studies Library at McGill is by far one of the city's best study spots and one of my go-to places when I want to get some work done. During school hours, you don't need to be a McGill student to visit, so take advantage!\nThe circular architecture, wood detailing and stained glass windows, along with the different tapestries around, make you feel as though you're studying somewhere in the Middle East.\nJust remember, there's a no-talking policy... So, it's best to go alone.\nWebsite\nMarc-Favreau Library\nWhere: 500 Blvd Rosemont\nView this post on Instagram What's your favourite study spot? #📷 @dani.e.l A post shared by The Main (@themain) on Sep 17, 2015 at 9:08am PDT\nThis library offers a clean and comfortable space with an old-world charm that you can’t help but fall in love with.\nWhat I love most about this space is the reading room that is equipped with floor to ceiling windows, a wraparound staircase, and even a fireplace.\nThis picturesque library should be your next study space!\nWebsite\nMordecai Richler Library\nWhere: 5434 Ave Du Parc\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Mathieu Gibert (@mathieu_gibert) on Oct 23, 2019 at 7:12am PDT\nFrom the moment you enter this library, you will instantly be amazed. The establishment was previously an Anglican church and the library still has the original wood and stained glass windows.\nThe library was renamed in honour of Mordecai Richler, the famous novelist who grew up in the area.\nWith its unique book collection, you're sure to find an interesting read during your visit here!\nWebsite\nNotre Dame De Grâce Library\nWhere: 3755 Rue Botrel\nView this post on Instagram Montage de l’exposition Hommage au New Yorker #maisoncultureNDG @the_parisianer_official @thetokyoiter @newyorkermag A post shared by LeMontréaler (@le_montrealer) on Mar 25, 2019 at 2:35pm PDT\nNot only does this library offer you a quiet and clean place to get some work done, but it also has an art exhibit within the library!\nThis means that whenever you feel like you need a break from studying, you can go gaze at unique works of art. You can also spend time looking through the immense collection of books this library has!\nWebsite\nWestmount Public Library\nWhere: 4574 rue Sherbrooke Ouest\nView this post on Instagram some kids get to grow up with this as their district library... I'm seething A post shared by sarah lotfi (@missdaintysarah) on Feb 22, 2019 at 2:00pm PST\nLocated in Montreal's prestigious Westmount, this library is a go-to for many bookworms in the city.\nDesigned by Robert Findlay, this establishment is truly magnificent and for those of you who have never been, I highly recommend you check it out.\nWhether you're looking to focus hard on your studying or just do a light read, the Westmount Public Library is the spot for you!\nWebsite\nAtwater Library & Computer Center\nWhere: 1200 rue Atwater\nView this post on Instagram The Library I work at > Your library A post shared by Nicholas Decarie (@nicholas.decarie) on Jun 12, 2019 at 12:10pm PDT\nThis independent community library is one of the oldest subscription library services in the country. The privately operated business is a non-profit organization and registered charity.\nNot only is this place one of the city's best-kept secrets, but its quaint interior makes for the perfect place to get some peace of mind!\nWebsite\nHappy reading, Montreal!