MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE SHOP!
The Spiral Bookcase is located at:
4257 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Due to the extenuating circumstances following a community emergency, the shop's hour will vary each week. Please check back on this page and social media for hours.
Hours for the week of September 10:
Sunday, 9/10: closed
Monday, 9/11: closed
Tuesday, 9/12: 3-6
Wednesday, 9/13: 4-6
Thursday, 9/14: closed
Friday, 9/15: 3-6
Saturday, 9/16: 12-5
Sunday, 9/17: closed
Please note the shop will be closed from 9/17-9/23 for some r&r. The shop will re-open on 9/24 from 12-4. Thanks for honoring our rest!
Our regular hours are:
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 12-6
Mondays & Tuesdays CLOSED
Masks are required to visit the shop and booksellers will wear masks for the foreseeable future.
More information to help plan your visit:
The Spiral Bookcase is located at 4257 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127. Our location is in the heart of the beautiful neighborhood of Manayunk, which features a lively commercial corridor with other charming shops, restaurants, bars and a lovely walk along the canal.
Our shop can be entered via the white double doors; turn left immediately after entering and walk through the glass door. You’ve found us!
We are accessible via the SEPTA Regional Rail Manayunk/Norristown line. Street and lot parking is available just steps from our shop; the Parkway Parking Lot at Cotton Street is the closest lot, though nearly all are within walking distance.
If you’d like to explore the neighborhood, we recommend: Safa Teahouse & Plant Shop, Volo Coffeehouse, Lucky’s Last Chance, New Leaf and Yanako. If you enjoy Thai food and want to dine in beautiful surroundings, Chabaa Thai Bistro is a must!
For accessibility, please note Manayunk is a very hilly, often busy neighborhood. Our storefront is unfortunately not the most accessible — entry requires two steps up, entrance through a small set of doors, and then through another door. Our shop is charming but small, and may be difficult to navigate for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues. As a disabled, chronically ill person myself, I hope one day we can find a permanent home for Spiral that is more accessible to all!