The library is located just west of Metrotown skytrain station. Take the Millennium or Expo line, or take the 19, 49, 106, 110, 116, 129, 130, 144, 430, C6 or C7 bus. Parking is available underground. Enter the parking garage off Kingsborough Street. Please note, there is no access to the parkade outside library hours.
The Bob Prittie Metrotown Branch opened in 1991 and is named for former Burnaby teacher, MP, alderman, mayor and library board member Robert "Bob" Prittie.
Branch size: 61,000 square feet
Items owned: 383,771 (2012)
BPL total items owned: 709,784 (2012)
Wireless Internet access is available at all branches of the Burnaby Public Library. Bob Prittie Metrotown has 21 public Internet terminals, including five 15-minute express workstations. Three additional workstations are available for accessing the library's database collection.
For more information on computer and Internet access at BPL, visit our computers and wireless page.