Library Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Photo: Goethe-Institut Glasgow Opening Hours Mon - Tue: 16:00 - 19:00 Wed - Thu: 11:00 - 19:00 Sat: 09:30 – 13:30 Summer Opening Times Contact Goethe-Institut Glasgow 3 Park Circus Glasgow G3 6AX Tel. + 44 141 3322555 firstname.lastname@example.org What we offer Lending The library is open to the public and use of books and media in the library is free of charge. Library Account Login Library Catalogue Search our catalogue for an up-to-date and representative selection of media in German language and in translation, reflecting trends and current topics in Germany. How to register for the Online Catalogue Library Account Login eLibrary The eLibrary is a digital service offered by the Goethe-Institut libraries in the UK allowing you to borrow digital media. Information about the eLibrary Meeting Point for Translators A regular opportunity for literary translators to discuss practical and theoretical joys and issues related to their work. Free Admission! Meet and Practice Various free events around the topics of German language and culture take place at the Institute on a regular basis. Enhance your knowledge of Germany! All welcome. Translation funding Our translation funding programme supports the publication of books by German authors in another language. Latest news © Goethe-Institut Glasgow Book Blog: Literary Tastings Putting German books in translation alongside recent UK book trends. Photo (detail): © picture alliance/dpa-Zentralbild/Sebastian Willnow Leipzig Book Fair The book fair – a piece of German history Every year, the Leipzig Book Fair is the first major get together of the book and media sector in Germany. Backed by centuries of tradition, publishers trot out their new crop of spring books to enthusiastic readers every March. New Books in German Reviews of new German-language titles - a selection from Austria, Germany and Switzerland.