Main Library

304 Main  St.
Brockton, MA 02301

Services & Collections

The Main Library is located in the heart of downtown Brockton. Built in 1913 with a $110,000 donation from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, the library has had a long history of  serving the people of Brockton. The library just completed  a $12.1 million renovation/addition project to improve these services.

The downtown library contains a diverse collection of books, videos, audio recordings, magazines and newspapers. The Children's Room  provides programs and materials for children of all ages. The fiction room lends out fiction, mysteries, and large-print books. 

Our reference area contains reference books and the   non-fiction collection.  All videos, books on tape  and music recordings are located in the Audio Visual room on the first floor.  Current periodicals and newspapers along with  Spanish, Portuguese, French and ESL collections can be found in the reading room on the first floor.

The Main Library also has many computer resources and a Historical Room containing genealogical resources and historical records.

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