Did you know that Warwick is home to a historic Carnegie Library? Built with funds donated by the world-renowned businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in the early 1900’s, the library is one of Warwick’s most prized historical monuments. It is operated by the Lambton County Library Headquarters.
An elevator lift has been installed to improve access to all three levels of the historical library facility.
If you would like to visit this library, or would like more information about this library and its resources, please use the contact information below.
5317 Nauvoo Rd.
P.O. Box 9
For more information visit:
Don’t forget to check out the history section of this website to learn more about Warwick’s well-documented cultural history. Thanks to the Warwick Township History Committee, a website devoted solely to the documentation and showcasing of our historic Township is available here www.warwickhistory.ca. On this site you will find hundreds of photographs, stories, documentation, genealogical information, and more.
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