Lambeth has nine libraries spread across the borough.
Go to the library pages for more information and opening times.
See a map of all the library locations.
All Lambeth's libraries have access for people with disabilities. Brixton, West Norwood and the mobile libraries have induction loops. Brixton Library has a minicom facility.
Lambeth also offers a home visit library service, a reference library and also the Lambeth Archives and Local History service.
The Upper Norwood Joint Library is an independent library service, funded by Croydon and Lambeth Councils, but is not part of either borough's library services.
Brixton Library is in the centre of Brixton, next to the Ritzy Cinema.
Carnegie Library is in a residential area close to Denmark Hill and Herne Hill.
Clapham Library is now open to the public in its new location on Clapham High Street. With over 20,000 books and excellent space that can be used for community events and performances.
Durning Library is in an impressive Victorian building in Kennington, close to the tube station.
The Minet Library is a small and attractive neighbourhood library in Knatchbull Road, near to Myatt's Fields park.
South Lambeth Library is located between Stockwell and Kennington in the heart of Lambeth's Portuguese community.
Streatham Library is having major refurbishment and has temporarily relocated to Gracefield Gardens and will be open as normal.
Waterloo Library is situated in Lower Marsh, right next to the market, in a building shared with the job shop.
We are sorry to announce that the Nettlefold Hall is closed until further notice. There is a temporary library service at The Old Library, 14 - 16 Knights Hill, West Norwood, London SE27 0HY.