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Mold Library and Museum
Mold Library has a busy lending section on the ground floor offering a wide range of materials for loan including DVDs, music CDs and audio books on CD. There are computers available for use free of charge, one of which is in the children’s library. Other facilities include a scanner, a colour photocopier and faxing and theatre booking services.
Your library has been modernised. The doors opened on the newly refurbished lending library at Mold Library and Museum on Moday 29 October. Everyone seems to enjoy the more spacious environment created. During the Half Term holiday the colourful Children’s Library has been full of families choosing books to share. The refurbishment is funded by the Welsh Government through CyMAL Museums Archives and Libraries Wales Community Learning Libraries Capital Development Programme.
The @nswers centre on the first floor provides a reference and information service and a collection of local and family history resources. There is space to do research and there are further computers and a scanner.
The Mold Museum is also on the first floor with displays showing the development of Mold as a market town and two rooms re-creating Victorian novelist Daniel Owen’s study and tailor’s shop.
Try our Quiz based on the information panels at Mold Museum relating to Daniel Owen (PDF 2.02MB new window) prepared by the Joint Area Museum Education Service (JAMES) for Flintshire County Council.
The Mold Tourist Information Centre is situated on the ground floor within the library building and is managed by North Wales Tourism.
Mold Library and Museum is in the town centre opposite the Post Office on Earl Road. The nearest short stay car park is in Meadow Place. There is a larger, long stay car park in New Street.
Mold Library and Museum
Tel: 01352 754791
Opening Hours :
Monday 9.30 - 7.00pm; Tuesday 9.30 - 7.00; Wednesday 9.30 - 5.30;
Thursday 9.30 - 7.00; Friday 9.30 – 7.00; Saturday 9.30 – 3.00
For information on events and activities for adults or children, please telephone or email the library.
The library has automatic doors and a lift to the first floor where the toilets are located.
Come and see what is available – a warm welcome is extended to all.