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High Wycombe Library

An image of the entrance to High Wycombe library in Buckinghamshire.

Opening times

Day Opening times




9:30am to 5pm


9:30am to 5pm


9:30am to 7pm


9:30am to 5pm


10am to 5pm


12pm to 4pm

Buckinghamshire libraries will be closed on bank holidays unless stated otherwise.

What's on at High Wycombe Library


  • Business and employment information
  • Public internet and computer access
  • Free WiFi
  • Computers for customers with visual impairment
  • Photocopying
  • Scanning
  • Printing
  • Loanable tablets, called 'Hublets' (for use in the library)
  • Meeting rooms - enquire about hiring a room
  • Exhibition area
  • Study area
  • Council access point
  • The Junction Action4Youth - a multi service drop-in youth centre
  • Macmillan information point

For photocopying, printing and scanning services see library charges.

Accessible facilities

  • Level access and automatic doors (or no doors)
  • Off-site parking (within 200m)
  • Accessible public toilet
  • Baby changing
  • Step free standard public toilet
  • Seats
  • Lift
  • Assistive listening/hearing enhancement system
  • Large print information and resources
  • Safe or quiet space


Buckinghamshire Registration services take place in High Wycombe Library 3 days a week for registering births and deaths. You may also get married at the library in the Dashwood Room.

To organise your ceremony visit the Celebrate in Buckinghamshire website.

Contact High Wycombe Library

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High Wycombe Library
5 Eden Place
High Wycombe
HP11 2DH

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Safe Place Scheme

High Wycombe Library is a Safe Place where you can go to get help if you feel unsafe or at risk when you are out and about.

We will help you contact your support worker, family member, carer or the police. You will know it has a Safe Place as it will have a sticker in the window.