410 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester M20 3BN
Phone:0161 227 3720 Website: www.manchester.gov.uk/libraries Map lucasjwright
The library itself isn't all that big, although with Central Library just down the road it doesn't need to be. It's more of a local library, a stopgap for people who can't or don't want to haul themselves into town and it works perfectly as so.
It's perfect for browsing through the shelves if you're ever bored and literary inclined, and although it is a small place the range of books is quite surprising. Indepth programming manuals to strength training anatomy, it is very varied.
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This is a very big library with all types of books section that you want. Its located at a very convenient loaction, on the wilmslow road. Its easily accessible by bus as the bus stop is just outside the library. The staff are very friendly and they dont hesitate in coming and helping you if you need a helping hand. The library also has internet facilities and also photocopying and printing is available at a very reasonable price. There is a scanner available as well if you have to scan your do (more...)
ive used this libary since being a child, always had any book ive wanted and they will put you on a list if it out. Staff are lovely...places to sit and read. childrens area. Good libary in a centeral postion. Bus stop outside going to Manchester with buses every few mins.
I love the architecture of Withington Library alone never mind the mind altering contents.
In fact this building was designed by Manchester's first city architect (Henry Price) who also designed Manchester's famous Victoria baths as well as Didsbury library a few miles down the road. I couldn't begin to describe it's true style, but it's frontage at least harks back to the classic Roman/Greek style (of course not on the scale of Manchester's main library). It has recently reopened after a 3 (more...)