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From our support and advice groups to our workspaces and printing facilities, discover a range of services at our London libraries. With events and activities for every age, like our teenage book clubs and baby and adult craft groups, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

With locations across Bromley, Greenwich and Wandsworth, you're bound to find one of our libraries in your local area.

Use the map below to find your nearest library and join our community.

The best libraries in London for studying

Battersea Library

Dating back to the late 1800s, this bright library is located between Clapham Junction and Clapham Common, making it a scenic and convenient space to study in South West London. Study desks and free Wi-Fi are on offer alongside an extensive research collection, perfect for completing essays and finding what you need.

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York Gardens Library

A 10-minute walk from Clapham Junction station, this cosy library has plenty of study desks, perfect for independent or group work. With free Wi-Fi and sockets nearby, you can bring your own device and work without running out of charge. Or use one of our library computers in our comfortable IT nook.
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Greenwich Centre Library

Based nearby the iconic O2 arena, this South East London library is a great study location. Whether you're working on your own assignment or meeting with a group, find a space at one of the free-to-use study desks, log in to the complimentary Wi-Fi and you're off!
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Proud to partner with London councils

We're proud to work with London councils to operate 42 libraries throughout the city.

By partnering with Bromley Council, Greenwich Council and Wandsworth Council, we're able to provide facilities and services that benefit communities across London. From free to use computers and printing services to activity groups for children and adults, find what you're looking for at your local library.
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