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Brixton Tate LibraryBrixton Library in the heart of Brixton, on Windrush Square is a beautiful Grade II listed building, open 7 days a week. On the ground floor there is the children’s library, adult fiction and a gallery room that can be hired for events. On the first floor there is a large non-fiction library, quiet study space and a reference library. The library is open 7 days a week.
Carnegie LibraryCarnegie Library is a picturesque Grade II listed building on Herne Hill Road on the edge of Ruskin Park. At the back of the library there is a lovely garden where you can sit and read in the summer.
Clapham LibrarySituated in the Mary Seacole Centre on Clapham High Street, this stunning, modern, award-winning building is the largest library in Lambeth. There is a central performance space and meeting rooms which can be hired. The library is open 7 days a week.
Durning LibraryDurning Library is located in Kennington, close to the tube station. It provides books, Wi-Fi, computers, printing, study space and more.
Lambeth ArchivesLambeth Archives have collections reflecting the history of the borough, it is the borough's record office and local history library. They are currently relocating to a new building in central Brixton.
Minet LibraryMinet Library is on Knatchbull Road in Myatts Fields and close to Loughborough Junction. Lambeth Archives is in the same building.
Streatham LibraryStreatham Library, at 63 High Road, Streatham, is a Grade II listed building. The library’s Mark Bennett hall is available for hire.
Tate South Lambeth LibraryTate South Lambeth Library is located in South Lambeth in the heart of Lambeth’s Portuguese community, a short distance from Stockwell, Vauxhall and Nine Elms.
Upper Norwood LibraryUpper Norwood Library is located on Westow Hill in Crystal Palace triangle.
Waterloo LibraryWaterloo Library is at The Oasis Centre, opposite Lambeth North tube station.
West Norwood LibraryWest Norwood Library is at 1-5 Norwood High Street, in the heart of West Norwood, next to the cemetery. It offers books, computers, Wi-Fi, study space, story times, and 3D printing and much more.