Frank Mayo Library
A generous donation by mineral enthusiast Frank Mayo, in honor of his wife Winnifred, created this non-circulating research library at Tellus. It holds books, magazines, and other resources on subjects represented in the museum as well as more general information on science, from outer space to the ground beneath your feet. The library is available by appointment to anyone interested in learning more about geology, astronomy, technology, or exploring new ideas.
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Open to the public, free of charge. Please note, a library appointment does not include admission to the museum.
HOURS: By appointment only. Please call (770) 606-5700 ext 424 to schedule your visit.
Do you have materials you would like to donate to grow the library and further its reach? The library is always seeking materials that coincide with the collections and to expand its resources on geology, astronomy, technology, and science education.
Check out a Rockin’ Roller from our study collection! Each traveling program kit contains touch pieces, activities, and information sheets. Rockin’ Rollers are perfect for schools, libraries, scout meetings, and other educational atmospheres.