Tuesday, June 23, 2009


The Guggenheim Memorial Library at Monmouth University is breathtaking to say the least.  The library was originally built for the Guggenheim family as a summer home. The designers of the building are also responsible for the New York Public Library, so if you have been there, you can just imagine the detail that went into this building. I happen to be a sucker for nostalgia, if you are too, click here to see some period photographs of the property.

There is a stunning garden at the library that can be used for wedding ceremonies, sigh.