Bromley House Library, founded 1816, is a flourishing independent lending library situated in the centre of Nottingham, one of the few remaining subscription libraries in the country.
The library houses around 40,000 books and has a tranquil and unstuffy atmosphere. There are many fine reading rooms spread over three floors of a Grade II* listed Georgian townhouse.
In addition there is a beautiful walled garden, one of only two in the city centre. The library is a pleasant place to work, relax or read.
We welcome applications for membership and there are plenty of opportunities to visit us.
Bromley House are celebrating the 175th anniversary of the opening of the attics at Bromley House as a photographic studio. The Photographic Studio at Bromley House officially opened for business on Saturday 2nd October 1841. It was advertised by Alfred Barber as the Photographic Portrait Institution, Bromley House, Nottingham.
Eric Butler will be giving us a guided tour of the Studio and darkroom but please be aware that the studio and darkroom are in the attics on the third floor and there is no disabled access.
there are 14 space available as we launch this event