Visit – The London Library
cpd25 Visit to the London Library
19th May 2006, 2.30pm – 4.30pm
cpd25 is pleased to offer a visit to the London Library:
14 St James’s Square,
Founded by Thomas Carlyle in 1841, the London Library is now the largest independent lending library in the world. It has a proud tradition of serving generations of readers, writers, scholars and researchers by lending material from its extensive collection, which now exceeds one million books and periodical volumes.
This visit will feature a tour of the collections and a short talk about the history of the library, including free refreshments.
To book a place on this visit, please use the online Booking Form: