Find Hartford County Connecticut libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches. Libraries provide information on applications, borrowing books, ebooks, library programs, online databases and research.
Bishops Corner Library 15 Starkel Road West Hartford CT 06117 860-561-8210
Briarwood College 2279 Mount Vernon Road Southington CT 06489 860-628-4751
Canton Public Library 40 Dyer Avenue Canton CT 06019 860-693-5800
Connecticut Horticultural Soc 2433 Main Street Rocky Hill CT 06067 860-529-8713
Connecticut Society Inc 175 Maple Street East Hartford CT 06118 860-569-0002
Donohue Group 41 Mechanic Street Windsor CT 06095 860-683-1647
Donohue Group Inc 360 Hartford Avenue Wethersfield CT 06109 203-529-2938
Elihu Burritt Library 1615 Stanley Street New Britain CT 06053 860-832-2055
Faxon Branch Library 1073 New Britain Avenue West Hartford CT 06110 860-561-8200
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Library 77 Forest Street Hartford CT 06105
Hill-Stead Museum 35 Mountain Road Farmington CT 06032 860-677-4787
Law Library 231 Capitol Avenue Hartford CT 06106 860-757-6590
Lewis Walpole Library 154 Main Street Farmington CT 06032 860-677-2140
Noah Webster Library 20 South Main Street West Hartford CT 06107 860-561-6950
Southington Public LIbrary 255 Main Street Southington CT 06489 860-628-0947
Welles - Turner Memorial Library 2407 Main Street Glastonbury CT 06033 860-652-7719
Windsor Public Library 323 Broad Street Windsor CT 06095 860-285-1910
A library is any place that stores books, information or reading material. Libraries exist at the national, state and city levels with some being private and others public. Some larger library systems have locations in multiple cities or towns, also known as branches. There are also college and university libraries.
Although a library traditionally contained only books, most libraries nowadays feature digital research databases, newspapers, magazines, CDs, and DVDs. Often, access to the internet is also available through onsite computers. Some libraries still use older forms of media, such as videotapes and microfiche, and others include more advanced options like e-books and blue-rays.