The Doors are open at Carnegie Library

Carnegie Public Library, Ayr

The library was built in 1893 by Campbell Douglas and Morrison of Glasgow

This weekend in Ayrshire its Doors Open Day.  Enjoy a great day out visiting fascinating buildings right on your doorstep, some of which are not normally open to the public, all for FREE.

Drop in to Carnegie Library to discover a little bit of its history, take time to appreciate the buildings’ beautiful architecture and see if you can spot the lady with six toes!

Wheelchair accessible, Refreshments provided.

Guided tours Saturday 1st September 2012

Guided tours of the building by Tom Barclay our Local History Librarian, will be commencing at:

10.30am, 11.30am, 2.30pm and 3.30pm

The tours last approximately 30 minutes and will commence in the local history area upstairs.

Find out more about the history of our library on our History Blog.

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