Elder Park Library
Elder Park Library
Langlands Road, Glasgow, G51 3TZView on map
Opened in 1903, Elder Park Library on Langlands road is free for you to enjoy. It offers a wide range of services and activities in relaxing, comfortable and inspiring surroundings. Our friendly staff will always be on hand to help you get the most out of your visits.
With thousands of books and a programme of weekly classes and events, Elder Park Library has something for everyone. Don’t forget you can access all 33 Glasgow Libraries and our 24/7 online library with your Glasgow Libraries membership card.
The accessible toilet is approximately 30m (32yd 2ft) from the accessible entrance. The accessible toilet is located in the foyer.
Assistance dogs are welcome. We can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog.
There is a portable loop hearing assistance system.
View the accessibility guide on AccessAble – the new name for DisabledGo.
Rooms are available for hire at this library at the following rates:
Commercial - £16.00 per hour
Community - £6.00 per hour
Community languages collection
Local history collection
Newspapers and magazines
Novels and factual books
This library DOES NOT have it's own car parking access. The space at the front of the building is for deliveries and accessibility only. There is on street car parking on the road of the library.
Photography and video recording
On occasion, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
This is a hugely enjoyable ghost story, atmospheric and chilling. It is a story about an attempt in 1935 by five Englishmen to climb Kangchenjunga, a Himalyan mountain more deadly than Everest. A rucksack belonging to a dead mountaineer appears to follow them. Is it an optical illusion? Is someone menacing the group? The ice ‘creaking and groaning’ are vividly described. This is a ghost story to chill and thrill, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Dark Matter by the same author is also excellent.
Karyl, Elder Park Library.
The library was gifted to Govan by Mrs Isabella Elder and opened by Andrew Carnegie in 1903.
Mrs Elder donated £10,000 to meet the cost of building, insisting that the library must open on Sundays.
Glasgow Libraries are working with Macmillan Cancer Support to provide Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Services in your community. If you're affected by cancer you may want to know there's someone you can turn to for help. Someone who can help find answers to your questions, whatever they may be.
There is a drop in session at Elder Park Library every Friday at 10am - 2pm.
Find out more about Glasgow Libraries' partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support.