The library is located in a separate room within the museum, which is at the same time the premises for the accommodation of the fund and the Research Center. All publications from Tesla's personal fund and monographic and serial publications from the museum fund are housed in closed cabinets. Museum monographic publications are in closed cabinets in the second workspace of the museum. In the reading room of the room there are places for eight readers, which is enough in the current conditions of use of funds.
During all these years, from the founding of the museum, library funds were most often used by experts who are exploring some of Tesla's field of work, or researching biographical information about him. These are primarily university professors, both from the country and from abroad, then historians of science, journalists, students and students. The Library of the Museum of Nikola Tesla, though not much of the funds, represents a significant source of information for all historians of science and the study of Tesla's life. Funding of the fund is planned with cooperation with related institutions through inter-institutional (inter-institutional) exchange.
On the anniversary of the celebrated scientist’s birth, July 10, 2015, the Nikola Tesla Museum opened its Research Center which, thanks to Samsung, has been completely renovated and furnished with the most modern equipment and technology for fast and easy access to the scientific material in digital form.