Bradford Area Public Library

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

Exterior view of Bradford Area Public Library - Bradford, PA
The Bradford Area Public Library, located at 67 West Washington Street, 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 activities to add to your stay, the Bradford Library is the perfect addition! BAPL houses a collection of 45,000+ books, as well as magazines, DVDs, and audio books. The library also provides public access to sixteen (16) computers and free Wi-Fi! Check out the variety of free monthly programming that exists for children, teens, and adults. Individuals vacationing here are treated to a special Visitor’s Library Card that will permit them to borrow books for one week.
Conference Rooms are available for rent.
Free Wi-Fi, Free Parking, and Handicapped Accessible
Monday – Thursday: 10 am to 6pm
Friday – Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Bradford Area Public Library
67 West Washington Street
Bradford, PA 16701
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