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Libraries in York If you want to research the history of York or find out about opportunities for local learning, your first port of call should be one of York’s 18 libraries.

Anyone who lives, works or studies in York can join the library for free. There’s no age limits and prospective joiners should bring along a form of ID, either a driver's licence or a utility bill to take advantage of the range of services offered.

From Acomb to Poppleton some libraries provide a lifeline to visitors in rural areas, others offer a range of family activities from story-telling to free Internet access.

You can also pick up your York Visitor's Pass at any of York City Council’s libraries. This pass entitles you to get into some of York’s major attractions with big discounts.

The central library [map] is located at Museum Street in the heart of the city centre and offers a range of fiction and non-fiction as well as Internet access and a range of magazines, newspapers and maps. There’s also a “finding service” for those who can’t find what they’re looking for. For a small charge a member of the friendly library team will order the book or magazine for you.

If you can’t get to the library to renew your books there’s an online renewal service so that you’ll never again face a charge for returning books a week late.

For a list of libraries in the area visit www.york.gov.uk/libraries.

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