Westminster Reference Library

A small and welcome library, a stone’s throw from Leicester Square. Read More


Mere metres from the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square and close to Covent Garden, the Westminster Reference Library is a convenient, quiet place to find yourself should you need some peace away from the crowds.

There was once a house on the same site, occupied by Sir Isaac Newton amongst others, until it became a library, opening in 1928. As well as the public library, there's a specialist art and design library to explore on the first floor.

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Westminster Reference Library

35 St. Martins Street
St James
St James
+44 (0)20 7641 4636

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