Kids Visit The World's Most Amazing Room

Share this video on

What's Hot

What's New

Top Grossing

Top of the Chart

Recommend

megaohmz : You guys need to make a show out of this library. As a librarian myself, I believe this room should be captured like this on video with the stories being told, so that all this can inspire more people.

David Hoffman : Unfortunately I cannot tell you that you can visit his private library. But I am very happy that you have enjoyed my video. Thank you. David Hoffman–filmmaker

David Hoffman : I believe that Jay Walker feels similarly and tours are conducted each week through the library for students and others especially interested in the history of human imagination. David Hoffman–filmmaker

Jingle Bell Rock : This is the best video I have ever seen on youtube.

Teleport2.com : I was glued to this video from beginning to end, completely mesmerized. it's a plethora of curiosity, a fantasy land of knowledge and a visual masterpiece. Thank you for that.

Grandmaster Fudge : I would be this man's slave if it meant I could spend my free-time down there reading.

Kjell Wikander : Incredibly beautiful and interesting library. - Kjell Wikander

Jungshi : Spectacular, i am sure he put a lot of his lifetime work in this library.

Oasix21 : Wow, what a great collection!

GrimTheCrow : This has made me feel that intense childish excitement once again. Thanks for the inspiration to keep collecting weird old items. Tell your friend Jay Walker to make a youtube channel he can dedicate to his library. It would be amazing!

Vindsvelle : Jay Walker's personal library is the perfect example of why I'm an aspiring bibliophile and collector. The zeal he has for the "genealogy of ideas", the history of the intellect and the role of technology in culture is inspiring. His interaction with these children, the way he explains without condescension, the spark in his eye when he sees them making new connections, is infectious.

Daniel Blume : Thats a awesome library!

FatzBurger : Wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

The Critter : where can i buy the fake exlapodia 

JohnPlayz 16 : Wow I learned something the video was awesome I want to go there!!! How much money did he spent on his library?

Charlotte : This is the most incredible thing ever.

BlackHawkFighter : This place is officially on my bucket list,such a amazing place to go :)

The Critter : amazing

Darth Raptor : I enjoyed every minute of this video. Thank you. :)

Siddhartha Varma Chittari : If something can do everything Then it cant do much of anything -jay walker

Thor Erling Prestbøen : What is the name of the multi volume bible with drawings?

Cham Bolun : Thank you ! Thank you !

QianYao He : That's my dream room!!!!!!!

Imaan Productions : Amazing video and lucky kids

markatl84 : Incredible! Thank you so much for posting this! I would never have seen this otherwise as it is a private collection, and what a collection.

Vorst1236 : I am dying to know what those 'books' are in the back at 10:34 with the lines that connect and the small screens or something?

252kin : Very well done and inspiring, great thanks!!!

Dave Kane : Cash that damn check

Heru- deshet : I think Dos XX has cast the wrong "Most Interesting Man in the World" for their commercials.

Ramona : The Fish Eye mode doesn't allow me to view this with ease, unfortunately.

General Steven D. Lee 5683 : This is great for adults also.

Roger Jackaman : Once again I thought I might watch a little of this and ended up watching from start to finish. What a great day for the kids and thanks for sharing it was fascinating to watch and hear the stories behind each object.

Shusty Daw : I was helping my grandma clean out her house and we actually found a ton of old phonograph record things.. it was really cool😄 when they mentioned the phonograph it reminded me of them..

Half Bad Studios : The History of Humans is the History of ideas. Great Tour!

Avin Prasad : Wow...Now thats cool...Goals!

Mels : Mars?! Listen. I want to see those two tiny piece of rock.

Roland Deschain : Thats exacly what i would do, If I had a lot of money. I don't need a big car, fancy closes or a yacht. I would collect awesome stuff and show it to interested people. Great video. Btw: Where is it? And is it open for the public?

Mizier Baniel : I want to visit this place its so amazing and incredible

Mizier Baniel : Look at those books

Mizier Baniel : Where is this place

Meggy Meltdown : this really is the coolest room in the world

brewers2150 : Are you kidding? 1 in 100 would be "casing the joint". Look at this video, at the time I post this, 1 in 47 have given it a thumbs down.. WHY in the world would anybody do that? My local library has problems with vandals and theft, imagine the temptation some people would have in Jay's Library. I am glad Mr. Hoffman shared the video with us. His video showed items I have never seen before, and I try to see any and all videos of Jay's Library. I am putting together my own library ....

Bobby Ricketts : I want to go there!

CAM : God, I have the hardest brainer watching this :o

Pedro De Abreu : Wonderful video. I saved it and just finished watching. As Andrew said, I can only imagine how this visit must have sparkled something great in them.

apl175 : I see the room has a dimming system by Lutron.

Adriano Guerreiro : I just watched the whole video and I must say I was excited like these kids. Jay is doing an amazing job collecting such valuable items regarding our planet and imagination!

Leandro Ogava de Paula Souza : An amazing video from an amazing human being. THANKS FOR SHARING all this knowledge!

Elvin Sanay : I really enjoy watching the video and I really like to visit that place

Nico K : It feels like this room is the collective knowledge and culture of human kind. I could never get out of such a room.