Liverpool Central Library, Liverpool

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Remodeled in 2013, Liverpool Central Library offers access to hundreds of thousands of books and other types of media for free. Check out the collection of 15,000 rare books. Surf the web and check your email on the computers and I-Pads scattered throughout the library. Let the kids play the X-box and live-stream music. Explore a wealth of different books and stories from the specifically designed children’s library. Enjoy the sweeping view from the roof terrace or a coffee from the cafe while you read. Using our custom trip planner, Liverpool attractions like Liverpool Central Library can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Worth a visit to see the views of Liverpool from the top. The interiors are stunning and the staff are really helpful.  more »
  • Out of the many libraries in Liverpool, this is the largest. The library itself is housed within several historic and beautiful buildings in the William Brown St area. I like to come here to explore a...  more »
  • As you enter the Library you are in the ultra modern work areas which has a large number of desks and workstations ,freat for doing any research homework or study.But my favourite parts are the old,th...  more »
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  • Absolutely fantastic. If you're visiting Liverpool, the library may not sound like a good place to visit but it totally is! Not only is it a good place study, it's also a great place from an architectural point of view. It is a gorgeous and delightful blend of old and new. A must see in Liverpool.
  • Normally I would not recommend visiting a library but this one is special. A wonderful mix of the old and the new, with a huge modern library with a glass spire as its feature, nestled in to some of the old library preserved with its lovely reading room complete with circular balcony, wrought iron railings and stair cases to the next level. Just like something from a movie. If you are in the area take a trip in here just to look around.
  • Amazing library. Fabulous selection of books and beautiful architecture. Plenty of space to work and read. You can charge phones and laptop's while working. Definitely worth a look in the Old Rooms.
  • Beautiful library, well equipped and friendly staff. I prefer it to my own university library, the atmosphere is pleasant and offers a great learning environment.
  • Very nice library, you can enjoy architecture, a lot of place fo reading books, if you want you can just relax in the middle of bookcases or using PC for internet. Worth to visit.

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