Welcome to Beverley Library
Beverley Library and reference library can be found inside the Treasure House. There's also a museum and the archives, as well as a cafe, tourist information and meeting rooms. There’s plenty to do with East Riding Libraries. Find out about events, weekly chatty cafe tables and meeting dates for our regular groups on the What’s On page.View What's On
Join the library
All East Riding Libraries are free to join. As a member you’ll get access to thousands of titles, including free eMagazines, eAudiobooks, eBooks and eNewspapers to downloads anywhere, anytime. Find out how to join and all the benefits of being a member on the memberships page.Memberships
Browse all books available to borrow on the library catalogue. Use your library card number and pin to log in to your account to renew your loans online or reserve books to pick up at this branch.
East Riding Libraries are part of the refill network for free water. Just ask any member of staff to fill your water bottle for you.
Get online at Beverley Library
All East Riding Libraries are part of the Online Centres Network. You can access free, self-paced IT lesson with Learn My Way on our computers. You have free access to the following at this library:
- Children's Library with three computers for children's use
- IT Suite with 24 computers for public use
- Free Wi-Fi, internet and email access
- Google docs, sheets and slides software
- A4 scanner
- Colour and black and white A4 printing. Use Click Print Go from home)
- Rollerball mouse
- Joystick mouse
- Height adjustable desk
- Accessibility software: Microsoft magnifier, narrator and on-screen keyboard
- Self service A4 and A3 black and white photocopier
Pay and Display parking behind the Treasure House on Saturdays only. Nearest pay and display car park is Grayburn Lane. Limited on street parking is available within easy walking distance. Disabled parking bays directly outside both entrances.
Visitors arriving by coach or minibus can be dropped off at the coach drop-off point on Lord Roberts Road, next to the Magistrates Court. It is approximately a 1 minute walk around the corner onto Champney Road to the Treasure House.
Street level flat entrance, automatic doors, disabled parking bays, wheelchair accessible toilets. Only assistance dogs are allowed on site.
It is a five minute walk to the train station and bus station in Beverley.
- Radar Key Toilet
- Breastfeeding friendly
- Free Wi-Fi
- Safe Places Scheme
- Hot Drinks Machine
- Meeting Rooms for Hire