The Riksdag Library is normally open to everyone, but we have had to adapt our routines for visits during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here you will find collected information about what applies right now. Possible to return and to collect requested books Current information on opening times and visiting rules are updated continuously on this page. It is possible to visit the Riksdag Library in order to return and collect requested books. Our opening hours are weekdays between 12 noon and 3 p.m. If you just wish to return borrowed books, a book return box is available at the entrance, Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.–3 p.m. The library is closed 13–14th of May. Request and borrow Request books before visiting the Library If you do not feel entirely well, we ask you to stay at home and not visit the Library premises. Instead, you should contact us by telephone or email and we will try to help you with your request in as far as this is possible. Contact the Library You are welcome to contact us via email or telephone. Telephone: 020-555 000 (inside Sweden), weekdays between 12 noon and 3 p.m. Email: email@example.com At the Library The Library is situated at Storkyrkobrinken 7A in the Old Town in Stockholm. Ring the intercom at the door to be let in by the security officer, after which you will pass through a quick security check. Larger groups are asked to inform us in advance, if possible, to facilitate their entry to the Library. A wireless network is available in the Library. Ask the staff for log-in details. The Library has a photocopier and you can print documents via the Library’s computers. The cost depends on the number of pages and whether you print in colour or in black and white. Please note that you are responsible for ensuring that you observe copyright law. Accessibility There is an entrance with a ramp at street level. The door opening is approximately 84 cm wide and the door can be opened by pressing a button. The main library hall is one floor up from the entrance and can be accessed by a lift. The second floor of the library is also accessible by lift. There are wheelchair-adapted toilets on every floor. The computer tables in the Library can be raised and lowered. There is also a reading machine with a video magnifier for visitors with visual impairments. About the Riksdag Library The Riksdag Library is situated in a beautiful building at Storkyrkobrinken in Stockholm, and everyone is welcome to visit and use the Library. The Library gives you access to all parliamentary documents, that is, all documents relating to parliamentary business. We also have large collections of literature in the fields of law and the social sciences. Furthermore, you will find journals within our subject areas, official publications and UN and EU material. Different loan periods apply to different types of material. You are welcome to take photographs in the Library, but please make sure you do not disturb other Library users. For reasons of privacy and security, you are not permitted to take photographs of visitors to the Library. You are responsible for ensuring that photographs are not spread and that personal privacy is not violated. Guided tours and study visits – CANCELLED If you are curious about the Riksdag Library’s activities, collections or architecture, you are welcome to contact us for a guided tour or a study visit.