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- Brixton Library provides books and more, a reference and information service, free use of Wi-Fi, computers for internet, email and word-processing.
- Carnegie Library is close to Denmark Hill and Herne Hill, and is a picturesque Grade II listed building.
- Situated in the Mary Seacole Centre at the heart of the High Street, Lambeth's first self-service library offers books, DVDs, and language courses for loan, plus access to computers, free Wi-Fi, fully equipped meeting rooms and stunning performance space for hire.
- Durning Library is in an impressive Victorian building in Kennington, close to the tube station.
- Lambeth Archives is the borough's record office and local history library.
- Minet Library is a primarily self-service library in Knatchbull Road and close to Myatt's Fields Park. Lambeth Archives, the borough's record office and local history library is in the same building.
- Streatham Library, located at 63 High Road, Streatham, is a purpose-built Grade 11 listed building that is best known for its iconic clock tower. One of the three libraries in the Borough, which was built by Henry Tate, users have a welcoming space to sit, work or read in an attractive reading room with original features plus a library garden to the rear.
- Tate South Lambeth Library is located in Oval, on the edge of Vauxhall Nine Elms in the heart of Lambeth's Portuguese community.
- Upper Norwood Library is a Lambeth Library that serves the five boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, Bromley, Southwark and Lewisham.
- Waterloo Library is situated in The Oasis Centre, opposite Lambeth North tube station, in a building shared with the Oasis Hub Coffee House.
- West Norwood Library has re-opened at 1-5 Norwood High Street. Your local library offering books, computers, Wi-Fi, study space, story times, 3D printing and much more!