The Brynmor Jones Library is now open to members of the public. Anyone can come and use the space on the ground floor including our art gallery and cafe.
There are also opportunities to explore our collections by using our day pass facility. A day pass provides full access to our physical collections with the option to use your own devices and connect to our high speed guest Wi-Fi network. You are not able to access our computers or printing facilities.
You will need to show a piece of photo I.D. on your visit. Day Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. You are free to use the Library on the day you have booked between 09.00-19.45 weekdays and 09.00-17.15 on weekends.
Please note. Day visitors are unable to book our group learning rooms and we do not offer Day Visitor access during University exam periods or through the Christmas period.
As a day visitor, you will also be asked to confirm that you will abide by the Library regulations.
We are currently in an exam period, Day passes are unavailable at this time.
Apply for a day pass - Dates after 17 January
What is there to see?
The Library Café is open throughout the week and at weekends. So whether you are visiting the art gallery, attending an event in the exhibition hall or studying in the Library, you can be sure of a relaxing space where you can enjoy hot and cold food, snacks, cakes and good barista coffee
The gallery is home to the University’s outstanding collection of British art between 1890 and 1940. It features work by artists such as Stanley Spencer, Augustus John, Aubrey Beardsley, Walter Sickert, Ben Nicholson and Henry Moore. The gallery is open seven days a week between 10am and 5pm with late opening till 7pm every Tuesday.
The exhibition hall is home to temporary exhibitions and events.
The Observatory offers stunning views of the campus, city and surrounding countryside. Come here to change the way you look at Hull.