Three individuals standing outside of the Brantford Public Library (main branch)

The Brantford Public Library has two branches and online tools that provide free access to information, ideas and opportunities for discovery, and spaces to use and share them.

There's something for everyone:

  • Thousands of books, eBooks and audiobooks
  • Children and adult programs
  • Computer and Wi-Fi access
  • Local history collection
  • Online tools like,, online language courses
  • Sewing machines
  • Robotics
  • 3D printing

Become a member for free and discover the diverse collections, services and ongoing programs and events for people of all ages.


Main Branch: 173 Colborne St., Brantford, ON N3T 2G8

St. Paul Branch: 441 St. Paul Ave., Brantford, ON N3R 4N8

Little Free Libraries

Location: Various

The Little Free Library in Brantford is a public art project aimed at inspiring a love of reading, building community, and sparking creativity in Brantford. This is a collaborative project between the City of Brantford, Brant Skills Centre, and Jono & Laynie Photo + Film.

Our hope is that these Little Free Libraries will inspire the love of reading, provide opportunities to learn and meet someone new, and encourage appreciation for public art in Brantford. These humble book exchanges will help to enhance our neighbourhoods, and will provide our community with a space to express what is important to them.