Libraries in Madison, Wisconsin

There are 22 Libraries in Madison, Wisconsin, serving a population of 248,856 people in an area of 77 square miles. There is 1 Library per 11,311 people, and 1 Library per 3 square miles.

In Wisconsin, Madison is ranked 172nd of 922 cities in Libraries per capita, and 128th of 922 cities in Libraries per square mile.

List of Madison Libraries

Find Madison, Wisconsin libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches.

Central Library 201 West Mifflin Street Madison, WI

Geology & Geophysics Library 1215 West Dayton Street Madison, WI

Goodman South Madison Library 2222 South Park Street Madison, WI

Helen C. White Hall 600 North Park Street Madison, WI

Interlibrary Loan & Sharing 2109 South Stoughton Road Madison, WI

Kurt Wendt Engineering Library 215 North Randall Avenue Madison, WI

Law School Library 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI

Legislative Reference Bureau 1 East Main Street Madison, WI

Madison Public Library Lakeview Branch 2845 North Sherman Avenue Madison, WI

Madison Public Library: Alicia Ashman Branch 733 North High Point Road Madison, WI

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch 2707 East Washington Avenue Madison, WI

Madison Public Library: Monroe Street Neighborhood 1705 Monroe Street Madison, WI

Madison Public Library: Pinney Branch 204 Cottage Grove Road Madison, WI

Memorial Library 728 State Street Madison, WI

Monona Public Library 1000 Nichols Road Madison, WI

Sequoya Library 4340 Tokay Boulevard Madison, WI

South Central Library System 4610 South Biltmore Lane Madison, WI

State Historical Society 816 State Street Madison, WI

State Law Library 120 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Madison, WI

University of Wisconsin - Libraries, Historical 816 State Street Madison, WI

WIS Veterans Museum 30 West Mifflin Street Madison, WI

Water Resources Center 1975 Willow Drive Madison, WI

About Madison Libraries

Madison Libraries are institutions that stores and make available collections of books, periodicals, electronic databases, and other information sources to either the general public or a specific group of patrons in Madison, WI. Library collections may also include musical recordings, films, and other cultural materials. In addition to making their physical and electronic collections available to patrons, Madison Libraries organize and sponsor a wide range of programs and activities that complement their collections.

You may contact the Library for questions about:
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