The building houses Kent's archives and local history collection
together with a 21st century library.
- Public wi fi
- A4 B&W and colour printer
- A3 & A4 B&W photocopier
- Microform readers and printers
- Portable hearing loop
Public computers are switched off 15 minutes before the library closes.
Directions: The Centre is on the A229, on the 2nd roundabout between junction 6 of the M20 and Maidstone town centre (see map above).
Bus routes 101, 150 and 155 stop on the side of the building.
Nearest train station: Maidstone East
Parking: Free designated parking for Blue Badge holders at the front of the building.
27 Pay & Display spaces by the riverside near the library on James Whatman Way (for fees check the Maidstone Borough Council car parks webpage). Nearest long term car park are at Maidstone East railway station and Fremlin Walk. There is also plenty of cycle parking at the front of the building.
Out-of-hours returns - book drop box available.
Accessible toilet with baby changing facility.
Registration of births and deaths daily - private room available
Bus passes issued and renewed (except companion ones)
Search library activities and events on the local Kent directory.
To find a reading group in your area, search the our reading groups listing.
For out of hours enquiries, please contact 24/7 Ask a Kent Librarian.
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