Robbinsville Branch

Contact Us

Branch Manager: Ann Marie Ehrenberg
Circulation Desk: 609-259-2150

Hours

Monday:  9:30 am – 8:30 pm
Tuesday:  9:30 am – 8:30 pm
Wednesday:  9:30 am – 8:30 pm
Thursday:  9:30 am – 8:30 pm
Friday:  9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday:  9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday:  Closed

Location

Directions

From the West (Route 33 East)
  1. Proceed East and bear right at fork where 33 and 526 meet.
  2. Stay on Route 526 and cross over Route 130.
  3. Turn left on the library access road, Folsom Way, about 400 feet from the intersection (first left after the strip mall).
From the North (Route 130 South)
  1. Take Route 130 South past Hightstown.
  2. Proceed South past Robbinsville Township Fire House on your left and Suburban Propane Gas Company on your right.
  3. After Suburban, at the second traffic light make a left onto Route 526 Allentown-Robbinsville Road).
    Rusert’s Deli is on the corner.
  4. Turn left on the library access road (Folsom Way) about 400 feet from the intersection (first left after the strip mall).
From the South (Route 130 North)
  1. Take Route 130 North past Route 195 overpass to second traffic light.
  2. Turn right onto Route 526 (Allentown-Robbinsville Road). Rusert’s Deli is on the corner.
  3. Turn left on the library access road (Folsom Way) about 400 feet from the intersection (first left after the strip mall).
From Toms River (South)
  1. Take Route 195 West.
  2. Get off at Robbinsville Allentown exit.
  3. Keep right onto Robbinsville-Allentown Road.
  4. Continue a little less than 2 miles.
  5. Where the road curves to the right (the bypass road), make a sharp LEFT turn to stay on Robbinsville-Allentown Road.
  6. Library is on right. The library access road (Folsom Way) is just before a strip mall and before the Dunkin Donuts. If you reach Route 130, you have passed the library.
From the New Jersey Turnpike
  1. Get off the NJ Turnpike at Exit 7A.
  2. After paying toll, go directly right onto Route 195 East; stay in the right lane.
  3. Take the first exit off Route 195 (sign says Robbinsville Allentown), then make the left (sign says Robbinsville) onto Robbinsville-Allentown Road.
  4. Continue a little less than two miles.
  5. Where the road curves to the right (the bypass road), make a sharp LEFT turn to stay on Robbinsville-Allentown Road.
  6. Library is on right. The library access road (Folsom Way) is just before a strip mall and before the Dunkin Donuts. If you reach Route 130, you have passed the library.

Events

Check out the Robbinsville Branch Library Featured Programs newsletter. You can also subscribe to the newsletter for information sent straight to your email monthly.

About the Branch

Do you remember …

A tiny library in a small room on the first floor of the Robbinsville Township Municipal Building? A library that circulated only books, and was open only 4 hours a week? A library with a card catalog full of paper file cards? A library that issued library cards made of paper, with individually assigned patron numbers? A library staffed by dedicated volunteers, who took pride in the personal service offered to every patron?
If so — then you remember the original Washington Branch Library from 1962.

Do you remember …

A library in a (slightly larger) basement room of the Municipal Building? A library that circulated books and 8mm films?
If so — then you remember the Washington Branch Library in the 1970’s.

Do you remember …

A modern library building, open and airy, incorporating state-of-the-art passive solar design? a library that circulated books, magazines, records and cassettes? A library open 40.5 hours weekly, including Saturday mornings?
If so — then you remember the Washington Branch Library of 1984.

Do you know …

An expanded, renovated, 9,000-square foot library building? A library that circulates books, magazines, DVDs, music CDs, read-alongs, books on CD, Playaways, Playaway Views, and eBooks? A library that offers Internet access and Microsoft Office? A library whose catalog is fully computerized, and whose patrons can browse, check their accounts, place holds, and renew items from their home computers? A library that provides crafts, storytimes, and programs for all age groups? A library that is open 61 hours a week? A library staffed by 15 dedicated employees, who continue to take pride in the personal service offered to each and every patron? If so, then you know the Robbinsville Branch, Mercer County Library of today!