Newly refurbished Harlesden Library is close to the main shopping district in the area, where locals and visitors can enjoy the vibrant and diverse atmosphere, with music emanating from record shops and food from all over the word available in the stores.
With special black interest book collections, an exhibition space, adult learning centre, dedicated quiet study booths and a young adult’s area, as well as a new hireable community spacing coming later this year, there’s lots of reasons to stop by.
The library is free to use and join, allowing library members to borrow books and use computers.
Visitors can access the internet using Wi-Fi, read reference materials, newspapers, magazines, participate in activities, events and more. We also have extensive digital resources available in the library and remotely.
Every library has resources for children, young people and adults. Materials not available at a particular library can be requested from a vast network of other London libraries as part of The Libraries Consortium.
Please note due to our regular events programme, our libraries can be noisier at some times than others. Please contact the library for more information.