Silence in the Rozet building?
Rozet is a public building and therefore is open to everyone. Some visitors come to read a newspaper or magazine or take a look at the heritage center in the basement and others come to borrow books from the library.
There are quiet, average and very busy moments within opening hours. For example, the mornings are often quiet, while on Wednesday and Friday afternoons it is usually very busy.
There is a childrens slide in the library connecting the second floor to the first floor. The slide is only open during certain hours of the day. Eventhough the staff do their best to keep noise levels down, its best to avoid these times if you are seeking peace and quiet in the building. You can view our opening hours on this page.
Are you looking for peace during a busy moment? There are several places in the library where it is relatively quiet. In the heritage center on floor -1, you can also read or study in peace and quiet. On the square on the 3rd floor and the balconies along the stairs you can usually find quieter places. We have recently improved our WiFi network, so that you now have faster and more stable wireless internet throughout the entire building (Rozet central) than before.
No free spaces left?
Perhaps there is a room available that you can use. Feel free to ask one of the Rozet employees (in the central hall) about the options. They have an overview of available rooms. Weather allowing, you can also use the panoramic terrace on the fifth floor.