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Unique Collections & Services

​Culture Pass

Phoenix Art Museum, Desert Botanical Garden, Heard Museum, Challenger Space Center – visit an old favorite or discover something new.  Check out a Culture Pass at any Phoenix Public Library with a valid library card and receive a date-due slip that admits two people to the participating museum of your choice.  Ten museums and cultural institutions from which to choose.  Learn more.

Active Workstations

Burn off a few extra calories by using an Active Workstation at a FitPHX Energy Zone near you.  Active workstations include a treadmill with a desk and computer that library customers can use to surf — or in this case — walk the internet.  Active workstations are available at Harmon Library, Palo Verde Library, and Yucca Library.  

Fit PHX Energy Zones are a joint program of the citywide healthy-living Fit PHX initiative, Mayo Clinic-ASU Obesity Solutions, the Maricopa County Department of Public Health and Phoenix Public Libraries.

An image of "best picks' books on a shelf at the libraryBest Picks & Best ePicks

More of what you want faster. Books, DVDs and eBooks. Learn more​.

Seed Library

The Seed Library offers a wide varieties of fruit, vegetable and perennial seeds available for check out to Phoenix Public Library customers. Gardeners of every level are invited to borrow seeds and participate in our ongoing Seed Library workshops. This program is available at 3 Phoenix Public Library locations. Learn more.

​ SRP Energy Analyzer Program

Trying to save money? Learn more about your energy usage.

Salt River Project customers in Phoenix can obtain a "Kill a Watt" meter from certain Library locations. The device measures the amount of energy used by an appliance, including refrigerators/freezers, fans, computers/printers, video gaming systems, televisions, microwaves, clocks, stereos, lights, phone chargers, coffee makers and other items that plug into a 120-volt AC outlet.

Library customers can borrow a "Kill A Watt" meter at:

Check meter availability before you visit.

"Kill A Watt" meters provided courtesy of SRP's Energy Analyzer Program.