Middlesex County Library

Find Middlesex County Massachusetts 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.


Albert J Sargent Memorial Library 427 Massachusetts Avenue Boxborough MA 01719 978-263-4680


Armenian Cultural Foundation 441 Mystic Street Arlington MA 02474 781-646-3090

Armenian Library and Museum of America 65 Main Street Watertown Town MA 02472 617-926-2562

Bedford Public Library 7 Mudge Way Bedford MA 01730 781-275-9440

Belmont Public Library 336 Concord Avenue Belmont MA 02478 617-489-2000

Billerica Public Library 15 Concord Road Billerica MA 01821 978-671-0948

Brandeis University Library 415 South Street Waltham MA 02453 781-736-4624

Burlington Public Library 22 Sears Street Burlington MA 01803 781-270-1690

Cary Memorial Library 1874 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington MA 02420 781-862-6288

Chelmsford Public Library 25 Boston Road Chelmsford MA 01824 978-256-5521

Flint Memorial Library 147 Park Street North Reading MA 01864 978-664-4942

Framingham Public Library 49 Lexington Street Framingham MA 01702 508-532-5570

Gleason Public Library 22 Bedford Road Carlisle MA 01741 978-369-4898

Harvard University - Statistics Department 1 Oxford Street Cambridge MA 02138 617-495-5496

Hazen Memorial Library 3 Keady Way Shirley MA 01464 978-425-2620

Hudson Public Library 3 Washington Street Hudson MA 01749 978-568-9644

Lawrence Library 15 Main Street Pepperell MA 01463 978-433-0332

Lincoln Public Library 3 Bedford Road Lincoln MA 01773 781-259-8465

Lowell Law Library 360 Gorham Street Lowell MA 01852 978-452-9301

Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 345 Main Street Wakefield MA 01880 781-246-6334

Lydon Library 84 University Avenue Lowell MA 01854 978-934-3205

MIT Libraries 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge MA 02139 617-253-5671

Malden Public Library 36 Salem Street Malden MA 02148 781-324-0218

Mc Auliffe Branch Library 10 Nicholas Road Framingham MA 01701 508-532-5636

Medford Public Library 111 High Street Medford MA 02155 781-395-7950

Melrose Public Library 69 West Emerson Street Melrose MA 02176 781-665-2313

Minuteman Library Network 10 Strathmore Road Natick MA 01760 508-653-6730

Morse Institute Library 14 East Central Street Natick MA 01760 508-647-6520

Newton Free Library 330 Homer Street Newton MA 02459 617-796-1360

Parlin Memorial Library 410 Broadway Everett MA 02149 617-394-2300

Perkins School for the Blind 175 North Beacon Street Watertown Town MA 02472 617-924-3434

Pollard Memorial Library 401 Merrimack Street Lowell MA 01852 978-674-4120

Reading Public Library 64 Middlesex Avenue Reading MA 01867 781-944-0840

Robbins Library 700 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington MA 02476 781-316-3200

Scandinavian Library & Info 206 Waltham Street Newton MA 02465 617-965-0621

Skills Library 6 Pleasant Street Malden MA 02148 781-321-7894

Somerville Public Library 79 Highland Avenue Somerville MA 02143 617-623-5000

The Reuben Hoar Library 41 Shattuck Street Littleton MA 01460 978-540-2600

Tyngsborough Public Library 25 Bryant Lane Tyngsboro MA 01879 978-649-7361

Waltham Public Library 735 Main Street Waltham MA 02451 781-314-3425

Watertown Free Public Library 123 Main Street Watertown Town MA 02472 617-972-6431

Weston Public Library 87 School Street Weston MA 02493 781-786-6150

Winchester Public Library 80 Washington Street Winchester MA 01890 781-721-7171

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