St. Peter Port
GY1 1HB+44 (0) 1481 743635 email@example.com View Map Visit Website
The Guille-Alles Library's impressive building opened in 1888, and was for many years the centre of cultural life in Guernsey. Today you can visit the Guille-Alles Library for your regular library activities. The library also offers weekly rhyme and story time for babies and toddlers (places must be booked), as well as open story times for pre-school children and families, and holiday activities for school-aged children.
Art / Culture
Monday 8.45am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 10am - 9pm
Wednesday 8.45am - 5:30pm
Thursday 8.45am - 9pm
Friday 8.45am - 5:30pm
Saturday 8.45am - 5:15pm
The building has step-free access via the accessible entrance to the left of the main door. All floors of the building can be accessed via a lift, big enough to accommodate standard size wheelchairs and mobility scooters. There is an Accessible Toilet on the second floor, at the far end of the Hayward Room - due to the constraints of the building, it's slightly smaller than the standard size, but is fully equipped with handrails and baby changing facilities. Assistance dogs are welcome in our building.
There are blue badge parking spaces beside the Town Church.
All Town Routes. The main town terminus is a few minutes walk away.
Offers, just for you. Island Insider is our club, and the only place you’ll get exclusive offers for the best accommodation and travel packages for your visit to the Islands of Guernsey. Sign up now to start your journey and find your perfect escape.