The Lúcio Craveiro da Silva Library, located in the parish of São Lázaro, officially opened its doors to the public in 2004. The building was designed by the architect Mário Abreu, in order to preserve and expose the archaeological remains found in the place.
This space has three reading rooms for adults with a capacity of 200 seats, a children's reading room with 65 seats and an autonomous space specially designed for children's activities with 30 seats. A plastic expression room for group activities complements the space for the younger audience.
It also has an auditorium with 160 seats, an exhibition room and a bar with ample space where, in comfortable sofas, you can have your coffee while reading a newspaper, a magazine or a book, complete the equipment for the public.