How a Library Works – A Children's Tour of the Mitchell

Saturday 18 November | 14-15:00

Glasgow Walking tour Families

If you have any questions or for more information regarding software or accessibility, please contact the organiser directly.

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This Book Week Scotland come and join Mitchell Library staff on a beautiful tour of one of Scotland's oldest and most impressive public libraries including:

  • A guided tour of our public departments
  • A behind-the-scenes look at our incredible back stacks, usually inaccessible to the public
  • A window into the history of this over 100-year-old institution
  • The opportunity to ask our staff about how the library works and learn about what it does in your community

Please note: This event is aimed at children and families. Adult tours are scheduled separately.

Venue information

The Mitchell Library

The Mitchell Library,
201 North Street

G3 7DN

Accessibility guides Read the accessibility guide for The Mitchell Library on AccessAble Read our autism-friendly guide to the Mitchell Library We also have a supply of books in Braille, large print and audio. Accessible toilets This accessible toilet is approximately 26m (28yd 1ft) from the main entrance. This accessible toilet is located to the rear right as you enter. Assistance dogs Guide and assistance dogs are welcome and a bowl of water can be provided. Hearing loop There is a fixed loop hearing assistance system. This venue does not play background music. Wheelchair access There is a wheelchair to borrow. To borrow the wheelchair, please contact a member of staff. Motorised scooters are allowed in public parts of the venue.

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