Bradford Area Public Library

Children and Teen Programs – Computers, Wi-Fi, Café

Exterior, front view of library
Bradford Area Public Library – Bradford, PA
Moved from its original location in Downtown Bradford to 67 West Washington Street the Bradford Area Public Library was founded in the late 1800s with a grant from Pittsburgh Steel Magnate Andrew Carnegie.

If you vacation in this area and are looking for a rainy day activity the library is the place to go. Read a book or magazine in one of their comfortable chairs, or use one of the 10 available computers. The library’s I-pads and Kindles can be used within the building.

If you have young children accompanying you they may participate in children’s and teen programs, or just hang out in the café, the Teen Center or the designated Children’s Room.

Interior, showing lobby and help desk
Bradford Area Public Library – Bradford, PA

Conference Rooms are available for rent.

Free Wi-Fi and Free Parking

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 am to 5pm
Wednesday: 12 pm to 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 2 pm

Bradford Area Public Library
67 West Washington Street
Bradford, PA 16701
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