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This is Bangor Town's main library and it is situated in the town's Ward Park. It offers a full programme of activities, events and displays of local artists. It is a magnificent modern building equipped with a computer suite, children's library and quiet reading areas.
This is an excellent facility. Pity that general austerity has reduced its opening hours over the past year or so. Excellent, helpful staff.
It's a pity they don't really listen to user comments. Some time ago I reported the ear-shattering noise from their book trolleys...More
I first visited the Carnegie Library at least sixty years ago. Then it was a treasure trove of knowledge. The same now but very high tech! Carnegie wouldn't recognise it but would be proud of the progress! Worth a visit
This was my first visit (whilst on holiday) and I was hugely impressed. Having been used to a small, provincial library, I found the Carnegie an absolute treasure trove of new experiences. Books, music, film, online interaction ... it's all there and I count the...More
This library is in a beautiful setting with large windows overlooking the park. There are good seating areas with the books and separately. The selection of books is good. Computers can be used. Great children's section. Nice and brihgt and airy. Staff are helpful.
Modern extension on the original Carnegie exterior. Excellent suite of computers and helpful staff. Fantastic selection of Irish literature, both fact and fiction. Great views from the upper floors over Ward Park.
This is a large modern building that integrates well with the original library I remember as a child in the 1970's. It is bright and spacious but seems to be lacking books! Maybe my memory is playing tricks but I seem to remember at least...More
This library is superb - great selection, great staff, great setting. Such a pity that when it was renovated, no thought at all was given to parking. The people who live within the vicinity must be very fed up with people parking at their door....More