Very interesting library on Baylor University campus. Lots of stained glass windows and lit of history about Robert and Elizabeth Browning.
contains many works, some original, and memorabilia of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, i.e. "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways............." Large marble walled rooms. Elegant furnishings
This was a beautiful surprise! After visiting Baylor University twice before, I finally went on the Visitor's Tour of the campus. While on the tour, the guide mentioned the library's history. After our bus tour, my daughter and I visited the library and spent about 45 minutes there. The stained glass throughout the building is beautiful as are the rooms... More
Looking for a place of meditation on the glories of love, Christianity, and peace. Visit the Armstrong Browning Library. Stop off in the Garden of Contentment first. Bring a boxed lunch and join Baylor students who are studying or visiting with friends in this newly developed garden. Then go in and see the premier research facility in the world for... More
This "library" is a gem located in the most unlikely of places. If you love the poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning, this is the place for you. The Library houses more of the Brownings' memorabilia than any other museum in the world. Dr. Armstrong, chair of the Baylor University Department of English many years ago, befriended the... More
Baylor's AB library is a stunning surprise to those who first observe the building's rather unassuming exterior. A favorite, and highly-sought-after wedding venue for Baylor students, an academic destination for scholars from around the world, and a visual wonder await any who take the few minutes needed to locate this facility.
We stumbled upon the Library while we were doing a new-student tour of Baylor University. The building and it's grounds are absolutely stunning. We didn't have much time, as we were trying to make a meeting. However, the 15 minutes we took to check out the architecture and stained glass windows was well worth it. We were told it's the... More
This is probably one of the most beautiful places in Waco. Baylor University sponsors concerts and events here throughout the year. The art work both inside and outside the building are exceptional quality-well worth a visit just to see the sculptures outside and the use of marble, brass, and wood inside. To the side of the building is a lovely,... More
Everyone should visit the Armstrong Browning Library. It has the largest collection of memorabilia belonging to Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, as well as the largest collection of secular stained glass windows in the world! The building itself is lovely, the interior is magnificent, and the collections are extraordinary.
I love British Literature and Baylor University has the largest collection of the works of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning in the world. Absolutely a beautiful building, architecture to host and display the original writings of the poets, as well as many personal artifacts of theirs. I could visit here more than annually. Stunning.
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