Central Library located at 1840 William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EW, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 233 3069

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Ross Whiteford

5 Google Rating

Beautiful building holding a community hub, museum of the area, and library. Highlights include a Ca

5/ 5

Beautiful building holding a community hub, museum of the area, and library. Highlights include a Cathedral-like reading room, exhibitions on the history and culture of Liverpool, and a room dedicated to natural history and ornithology which includes an original copy of Audubon's 'Birds of America'. Few non-capital cities are privileged to have a library this extensive. Highly recommend a visit.

Mariana Ines Rey

5 Google Rating

Besides the great facilities, very helpful and polite cleaning staff! They were great whilst helping

5/ 5

Besides the great facilities, very helpful and polite cleaning staff! They were great whilst helping me find my charger. Big thanks!

Анастасия Вавилова

5 Google Rating

So beautiful and quiet space! Love this place. People come here not only to read but also to work.

5/ 5

So beautiful and quiet space! Love this place. People come here not only to read but also to work.

Mr yo

1 Google Rating

Rude members of staff. I was treated poorly when I approached a member of staff to have my library a

1/ 5

Rude members of staff. I was treated poorly when I approached a member of staff to have my library account number because I had left my library card at home. Although it had already happened before and never been a problem, the member of staff refused to assist me and told me clearly that I go back home. Despite being a customer of Central library for 3 years, I did not feel valued at all.

Susan Grant

5 Google Rating

Wonderful building inside and out. Although the library is open every day, it's not every day you ge

5/ 5

Wonderful building inside and out. Although the library is open every day, it's not every day you get to have a behind the scenes tour. These are available during liverpool heritage open days. The refurbishment is amazing, the reading room is a stunning room with a domed ceiling and beautiful wood panelling. There is so much for people of all ages here. Apart from borrowing books as you do in a library, there's a gaming room for younger people, the internet for all, or just catch up with the news with a selection of newspapers, all in amazing surroundings. We were privileged to have gone behind the scenes and have had a great tour guide in Mike. Considering it's free entry it's a must visit.

james hart

3 Google Rating

amazing library with good study space. Unfortunately they hound you about putting a face mask on, ev

3/ 5

amazing library with good study space. Unfortunately they hound you about putting a face mask on, even when it no longer a legal requirement. I lost valuable study time trying to find a near by mask. They neither allow the drinking of water. A basic human right. I know there must be rules, but come on guys... move forward yeah

Georgie M

5 Google Rating

I work here. I know I'm staff but it's a truly beautiful place. We do our best to give you all the s

5/ 5

I work here. I know I'm staff but it's a truly beautiful place. We do our best to give you all the service you would expect from a library like this. The picton reading room and Hornby library and oak rooms are a must we also have computers on floor 1 but please bare in mind that these are very busy.

John R

5 Google Rating

Amazing library. Kids area is great and they regularly have other activities going on.

5/ 5

Amazing library. Kids area is great and they regularly have other activities going on.

Bo wsa

5 Google Rating

As architecturally stunning as it is useful to the community! Friendly and helpful staff surrounded

5/ 5

As architecturally stunning as it is useful to the community! Friendly and helpful staff surrounded by a resource and wealth of knowledge and if nothing else and amazing view from the balcony on the roof!

Darren Robinson

5 Google Rating

Great going back to the library after all this time! The Pictonn room is just as quiet as Iremebered

5/ 5

Great going back to the library after all this time! The Pictonn room is just as quiet as Iremebered it.

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  • Saturday09:00 - 17:00

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