- Located in Hamilton
- Formed in 1839
- Committed to Organization & Dissemination of Information
- Conserving & Preserving Bermuda’s Culture & History
- Teen Advisory Board
- Digital Collection
- Outreach Delivery Service
- Online Library Catalogue
- Adult Services
- Youth Services
Located in the capital city of Hamilton, the Bermuda National Library was founded in 1839 by a British soldier, the Governor William Reid. It falls under the Ministry of Social Development and Sports and is committed to the organization and dissemination of information, as well as conserving and preserving Bermudian culture and history.
Our services are available to residents and registered members. The library offers a digitally stored, archived repository of preserved works, as well as a variety of services, including adult and youth services, an online catalog, a collection of databases, Britannica online, outreach delivery service and a Teen Advisory Board. Our location boasts free WiFi, 5 Internet terminals, microfilm, a copier and more.
Our staff are enthusiastic, professional and knowledgeable and the library operates during traditional daytime hours Monday to Saturday.