The LocHal is open for public. You can now spontaneously walk in the LocHal again. You can borrow books, but you can also read the newspaper, work, check out our expositions or have a cup of coffee, for example. So you no longer have to reserve a workplace, only if you want to use a study cabin. You are also welcome to come to the LocHal together with others, or to take part in an activity. Keeping a distance of one and a half meters is of course a priority. We're looking forward to seeing you again in the LocHal.
Do I have to reserve a workplace at the LocHal Library?
No, you no longer have to reserve a workplace, only if you want to use a study cabin. You can reserve a study cabin one day in advance by calling 013 46 48 500 during the service hours of the LocHal. You can also enquire on the day itself whether there are still study booths available that day. The study booths can be reserved for a maximum of two of the three parts of the day: morning from 8.00 to 12.00, afternoon from 12.00 to 16.00 and/or evening from 16.00 to 20.00.
The temporary opening hours of the LocHal Library will be: Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM, Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM.