The ‘Library’ is one of the museum’s room.
The library is a relatively small room that seems to have been intended for the public. The room is full of bookshelves, each of which are filled with books that are linked to Professor Hubert Windlenot's interests, the ancient mysteries and the background of the museum exhibits. The bottom part of the bookshelves serve as cabinets. Also along the one wall of bookshelves, there is a ladder that rolls along the wall, which is used to access a higher lever of bookshelves, where there is a statue on the one wall.In the center of the room, is a large table, obviously intended for the visitors so they can sit and study the books. On one corner of the room there is a candelabra, with a lot of wax candles on it. On the opposite end of the room, there is a pedestal, which a special book is to rest on.
The only thing that would qualify as a display would be the pedestal with the book Egyptian Hieroglyphs Explained in a prominent position. The book, that was removed, is a key part of the Riddle Chain in the museum.
ExitsEditThere are two exits from the library. One enters the library through a door from the Main Entry Hall. The library is apparently a dead end, but there is also a secret exit hidden by one bookshelf, which leads to the Secret Passageways on the first floor of the museum.
The only hiding spot in which a vessel is hidden is in the base of a statue high up on one of the walls. The only way to reveal this hiding spot is pulling the correct book on the one library shelf, a usual but effective cliché.