Which library is the safest for kids in Indianapolis?
The Indianapolis Public Library is a popular destination for kids with special needs, and many libraries around the city have dedicated spaces for them.
However, many parents are concerned about what they’ll find at their children’s public library.
Read moreHere’s a look at the safest libraries in Indianapolis:IndyPublic Library, 3200 S. Broad St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208(317) 927-7275The Indianapolis Public Library offers a wide range of services, including:The library offers free and low-cost public preschool, kindergarten, and preschool education in Indianapolis and the surrounding area.
The school day begins at 7:30 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, and ends at 9 p.m., 7 days a week.
For more information on public preschool programs, call the library at 317-927-6900 or go to indianapolis.gov/indypublic.
LibraryLink, 3240 E. Broad StreetIndianapolis , IN 46201(317)-927