Book crossing shelf; a shelf for exchanging customer’s own books. Please only bring books in good condition few at a time.
All common payment cards accepted. Contactless payment option also available. No cash accepted.
The library offers advice on how to use online services and digital devices. Read more about digital support on this page: (linkki)
Dogs are allowed in public areas.
Dogs are not allowed in meeting rooms.
Audiobooks in the Celia library are intended for people with various challenges with reading. As an online customer, you can use your device to listen to any of the 40,000 audiobooks in the library collection, and as a CD club customer audiobooks will be delivered to you at home every month. You will need a picture ID for registration. People under the age of 15 need a guarantor.
Further information (in Finnish): Celia.fi
There is no staff in the library during self-service hours. During these hours, you can borrow and return materials, use the customer computers, read newspapers and magazines, work and hold meetings, for example. The premises are monitored through cameras and other technical equipment. The library has a WiFi network. To enter the library, place your library card with the barcode up under the card reader at the door. Then enter your four-digit PIN code and open the door. If you do not have a PIN code, you can get one from library staff during customer service hours.
Choose “Espoo_asiakas” from the list of networks and click “Hyväksy” to accept the term agreement. No sign in is needed.