Library Tours

Books and librarians and collections, oh my!

A library tour is an experience for all ages. Schools, day cares, clubs and groups can all take out something unique from an EPL tour – and we can customize yours to focus on any area you'd like.

To book a tour, please contact your local library or use our online tour booking form below. Please book your tour a minimum of two weeks in advance. If you need one arranged sooner, please call your preferred branch and we'll do our best to make it happen.

Since your group is going to be at the library, why not get library cards while you’re here? Fill out the application form and send it in to the Library you’re visiting before you come, and you’ll have your new or replacement library card waiting for you when the tour’s over! Please send it in at least 3 days prior to your tour in order to have it processed by the time you arrive. *Please note: Children under 18 need a parent or guarantor to sign their form.

If you want to tour the Makerspace use the Request a Makerspace Tour page.

Name (person booking):
Person leading group:
     (if different than person booking)
Please reply by:
Email address:
  Type it twice to confirm

Telephone number:
  Best time to call back:
Preferred Dates:
Please provide more than one date since we can't guarantee your first choices.
(e.g. April 9; May Weekdays)
Preferred Times:
(e.g. Weekday Afternoons; Mornings)
Group Name/Organization:
(e.g. Malmo Elementary Grade 4)
Size of Group:
Age of Group Members:
Special Requests:
(e.g. assignment specific, emphasis on large print; history of Edmonton, job seeking, etc.)
Library Cards for Kids?
Applications for library cards should be returned to the library at least 3 days before the tour.
Yes No
Library Cards for Adults?
Applications for library cards should be returned to the library at least 3 days before the tour.
Yes No
Is this a tour for new English language learners? Yes No
If yes, please indicate their language level:
(e.g., CLB1, CLB2, or beginner, intermediate, etc.)
What is this?
Due to slimy spammers, we are forced to ask this.

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Section 33c and is used to administer the booking of library meeting rooms.