New date added for behind-the-scenes tours at ‘hidden’ Nottingham library

Get in quick because these will soon sell out!
Take a tour of Nottingham's hidden library Take a tour of Nottingham's hidden library
Take a tour of Nottingham's hidden library

A ‘hidden’ Nottingham library has added a new date for its behind-the-scenes tours after previous releases sold out. 

Bromley House Library, in Angel Row, is usually only open to members but it’s hoped that the upcoming history tours will give non-members a rare opportunity to see inside. 

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After dates in April and June sold out, the library has now added three tours on July 7. 

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The tours will take place at 10am, 11am and 12pm and last roughly an hour. 

Led by knowledgeable guides, the ‘top to bottom’ tours will educate visitors about the library’s history and its inhabitants past and present. 

Those on the tour will also be shown some of the library’s rare and unique items. 

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The library was founded in 1816 and houses almost 50,000 books. 

The thousands of books are spread out over three floors of a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse, which also has its own walled garden.

You can purchase tickets here