One of the largest roof gardens in Europe, the Library Garden is a perfect place for rest. In the lower garden you find a fish pond and a small stream, while the upper garden is arranged by the colours of the plants. The garden is designed to be in perfect harmony with the ultra-modern library building.
All segments of the garden are interconnected with paths, bridges, and pergolas. All along these grow climbers – golden virginsbower, Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia), crimson glory vine (Vitis coignetiae), and climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris). From the bridges and the view terrace on the roof one may see a panorama of Warsaw and the Vistula river. Visitors may also look into the Library through both the special windows and glass roof.
The lower garden is open to the public every day, while the upper garden is closed for the winter months (November-March).