Central Library located at 19-23 The Podium, Bath BA1 5AN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01225 394041

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Alyssa lee

5 Google Rating

The library is located in the centre of the city and has a good selection though it's not big. You c

5/ 5

The library is located in the centre of the city and has a good selection though it's not big. You can also get help from friendly staffs when you find books or need something. Anyone who wants to read books can use it without an ID card. If you want to borrow a book, you have to register on the website and get an ID card in the library. The waitross cafe on the same floor sells simple food and drinks. (ex. toast, burger, fish, coffee and cream tea...)

Eman sheta

5 Google Rating

Good location Wide Clean Wide variety of books Easy registeration My kids go there everyday to borro

5/ 5

Good location Wide Clean Wide variety of books Easy registeration My kids go there everyday to borrow a new book.

Maria Teresa Lucin

5 Google Rating

Very good library staff helpful and professional service and positioned perfectly

5/ 5

Very good library staff helpful and professional service and positioned perfectly

Michelle Hawkins

4 Google Rating

Such a sanctuary in the city when you're a parent. Get the lift up, grab a coffee and snack in the W

4/ 5

Such a sanctuary in the city when you're a parent. Get the lift up, grab a coffee and snack in the Waitrose cafe and enjoy the wonderful children's storytime area in the library next door. Most of the staff v good but we were greeted by a rather frosty and officious receptionist to start with.

George Partridge

4 Google Rating

I have visited the library a few times. Signing up for the library was easy by using the libraries W

4/ 5

I have visited the library a few times. Signing up for the library was easy by using the libraries West website, you can sign up even if you live in Wiltshire like me. The library is above Waitrose and is easy to find. All staff are friendly and helpful. facilities are clean and well kept, computers are available free for two hours.

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  • Sunday01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
  • Monday09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Tuesday09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Thursday09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Friday09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Saturday09:30 AM - 05:00 PM

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