Ludington Library underwent major renovations in 2012 to transform it into a state-of-the-art space for learning, working, and playing. It’s the biggest library of the Lower Merion libraries and boasts three-and-a-half floors of books, CDs, DVDs, and much more.
In fact, the library plays host to more than 120,000 books, 18,000-plus audio books and CDs, and nearly 16,000 DVDs. Come to the library with your card in hand to check out a novel or movie, or bring your laptop along and take full advantage of the free Wi-Fi. You can also enjoy local art by students and professional artists in the library’s gallery, hop on a computer and do some research, or check out the eco-friendly “green” roof. Make sure to browse the library’s list of upcoming events and programming before you visit to see if there’s a class you’re interested in taking.