Bridgeton Free Public Library
150 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton NJ 08302
Courtney Reece, Director
Few institutions are more important than the public library for any community. A place of learning culture, art, and history; a library is essentially a passport to travel to foreign lands and distant times through the wonder of books, providing opportunity for all who visit. More than that, the public library is a resource center helping the community to connect to those resources and opportunities one can only access through the internet.
Within the Bridgeton community, the Bridgeton Free Public Library holds a special place for residents today just as it did through the decades of Bridgeton's storied past. Beyond the treasure trove of books, internet access, and digital materials; the BFPL also offers a host of unique programs from Teen Tuesdays and Baby Time to Lego Club and Movie Nights.
With that in mind, we invite you to click on the link below to learn more about what the Bridgeton Free Public Library has to offer, just as we hope you'll have an opportunity to visit and see it all for yourself. Whether you come once, visit often, or even become a supporter of the library through charitable gifts and donations, we're confident that you will see the BFPL as a true community resource