Lambertville Free Public Library

6 Lilly Street
Lambertville, New Jersey 08530
(609) 397-0275

Contact Us
Library Hours
  • Monday:10AM - 9PM
  • Tuesday:10AM - 9PM
  • Wednesday:1PM - 9PM
  • Thursday:10AM - 9PM
  • Friday:10AM - 9PM
  • Saturday:10AM - 5PM
  • Sunday:1PM - 5PM

Please look here for the latest updates on Library plans and operations during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).

Click here for information on our upcoming community Summer Reading Program.

We're also updating our status on Facebook regularly.


The LFPL Board of Trustees met in public session on Tuesday, 17 March 2020, at 7pm. The Board realizes that our staff is our greatest asset, and our first concern is for the safety of our staff. The Board reviewed the current local situation regarding the coronavirus. Following the Hunterdon County declaration of a state of emergency, and the closure of Hunterdon County libraries, the LFPL Board of Trustees has decided to exercise caution and close the Lambertville Library until further notice.

The LFPL Board will continue to monitor the situation and the guidance being offered by public health officials in order to determine when we can reopen the Lambertville Library without jeopardizing the safety of our staff and our patrons.

At-Home Library Access

We'd like to remind you of all the great resources that you can access from the comfort of home. You can access all of these services for free with your Lambertville Library card.

  • YourCloudLibrary from Bibliotheca -- Ebooks and Eaudiobooks.
  • Baker and Taylor's Axis Wall. More downloadable -- Ebooks and Eaudiobooks
  • The most popular newsstand magazines on RBDigital

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can provide helpful information such as how the virus spreads, prevention methods, testing, and the effect on both the U.S. and the world.
  • To gather reliable facts, we recommend checking New Jersey's Department of Health.
  • You can call 800-222-1222, a free 24-hour public hotline, or email, to reach trained healthcare professionals.

We are thrilled to announce a new resource for our history buffs! Check out our NEW community history archive: our local newspaper, the Beacon, digitized for your browsing pleasure. Browse by year, 1860 -1899, 1908-1909, 1977-1978. More to come. CLICK HERE to begin your browsing.

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Your online access to our collections. Browse books, e-books, audio, DVDs and CDs.



Online resources, databases, genealogy, newspapers.



Learn about our facility use, inter-library loans, museum passes and more.



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