Litchfield County Library

Find Litchfield 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.

Beardsley & Memorial Library 40 Munro Place Winchester CT 06098 860-379-6043

Bethlehem Public Library 32 Main Street South Bethlehem CT 06751 203-266-7792

Bridgewater Library 44 Main Street South Bridgewater CT 06752 860-354-2731

Gunn Memorial Library, Inc. 5 Wykeham Road Washington CT 06793 860-868-7586

Harwinton Public Library 80 Bentley Drive Northwest Harwinton CT 06791 860-485-9113

Hotchkiss Library 10 Upper Main Street Sharon CT 06069 860-364-5041

Minor Memorial Library 23 South Street Roxbury CT 06783 860-350-2181

New Milford Public Library 24 Main Street New Milford CT 06776 860-355-1191

Norfolk Library 9 Greenwoods Road East Norfolk CT 06058 860-542-5075

Oakville Branch Library 55 Davis Street Watertown CT 06779 860-945-5368

Oliver Wolcott Library 160 South Street Litchfield CT 06759 860-567-8030

Scoville Memorial Library 38 Main Street Salisbury CT 06068 860-435-2838

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street Plymouth CT 06786 860-582-3121

The Edsel Ford Memorial Library 11 Interlaken Road Salisbury CT 06039 860-435-2591

The Hughes Memorial Library 35 River Road Cornwall CT 06796 860-672-6374

Torrington Library 12 Daycoeton Place Torrington CT 06790 860-489-6684

Woodbury Public Library 269 Main Street South Woodbury CT 06798 203-263-3502

What is a Library?

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.