John Marshall Library
6209 Rose Hill
Alexandria, VA 22310-6299
John Marshall Library opened in the Rose Hill Shopping Center as a storefront in April 1963. In 1975 the current building was built with dramatic clerestory windows (considered hi-tech at the time). The library is surrounded by beautiful gardens.
The John Marshall branch serves as a gathering place for the Rose Hill community. The library’s collection includes books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, newspapers and book group kits. Free wireless network and computer stations are also available.
The free popular events scheduled every month include storytimes, book discussion groups and other programs. Guest performers are often sponsored by the Friends of the John Marshall Library.
Access Services: One computer with ZoomText software
Display Case: One
Book Sale: Ongoing
Internet Access; 13 Internet stations with Microsoft Office plus wireless access is available.
Parking: 50 public parking spaces, 3 handicapped
Please call the library to see when the foreign language speaker is available. Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, German, Spanish, Taiwanese and Urdu.
1: Hours and location
2. Renew library materials, check your account, or ask about materials being held for you
3. Register for a program
4: Information desk, help with reference questions, a shelf check or to place an item on hold
5. Meeting room reservations
Friends of the John Marshall Library
Architects Group Practice