The small, brick building known as the Madison Branch serves the important purpose of keeping the services of Lakewood Public Library within walking distance of every Lakewoodite. Located in the city’s historic Birdtown district, this architectural gem was built in 1929 by the firm of Walker & Weeks, who are perhaps better known for designing Severance Hall among other major landmarks.
In addition to offering the full range of Lakewood Public Library’s services, the Madison Branch offers Tech Tutors and hosts family friendly programs including Family Weekend Wonders, Homework Help and Story Time.
13229 Madison Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.