To help Luton's libraries promote literacy and provide learning support.
About Luton Libraries
There are 6 libraries in Luton open to everyone, along with a home library service. We serve around 1 million visitors a year, issue 850,000 items and provide access to over 100 public computers. To find a library near you please go to Find a Library page for more details on library locations, opening hours and accessibility. Libraries provide access to information, support learning and books to read for pleasure.
It is free to join the library for anyone who lives, works or studies in Luton.
You just need to show one form of current ID with your name and address on. Children may join at any age, with parent or carer's permission.
Service plans and policies
Luton Libraries are a statutory service as defined by the Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964. Below are the key documents about the library service. If you have any comments or questions about the documents, please
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: Director of Libraries, Luton Central Library, St. George's Square, LUTON, LU1 2NG
Luton Central Library has five flexible conference rooms available for hire with plenty of natural light and a contemporary design. See Venue Hire for more information.