At the Enoch Pratt Free Library you can go beyond books with computer access, mobile library services, meeting room reservations, and more.
Visit the Library & Check Out Materials
Plan Your Visit
All Pratt Library locations are open Monday through Saturday for services including browsing and computer use.
A contact-free way for Pratt Library card holders to check out and pick-up books and other library materials.
Marina Interlibrary Loan
Search public libraries across Maryland for books, articles, and other materials.
Get Assistance from the Pratt
At-Home COVID-19 Tests & Masks
Pick up COVID-19 at-home rapid testing kits and KN-95 masks at Pratt Library locations, while supplies last.
Live Chat with a Librarian
Have a question? Live chat with a Pratt librarian for help finding books and materials, research guidance, and more!
Book a Librarian
Book a free 60 minute appointment, in-person, by phone, or on video chat to learn from a subject specialist librarian.
Lawyer in the Library
Get free one-on-one legal advice on a variety of issues, both in person and online.
Social Worker in the Library
Get free, one-on-one advice on a variety of social issues, by online video or telephone.
Need to apply for a passport? The Central Library accepts passport applications on behalf of the U.S. State Department.
Assistive Technology & Accessibility
Learn more about accessibility services online and at Pratt Library locations.
Computers, Printing & Internet Access
Free Wi-Fi is available outside of select Pratt Library branch buildings.
Computer & Internet Devices
With a Pratt Library card, you can borrow devices like Chromebooks, tablets, and mobile hotspots to get online from the comfort of your home.
Your Pratt Library card now gives you access to a contact-free, remote printing service.
On-Site Computer & Internet Access
Enjoy free access to computers and the internet at all Pratt Library locations.
Community Outreach & Partnerships
Pratt Library vehicles bring Community Wi-Fi, the Book Buggy, Bookmobile, and Mobile Job Center to the Baltimore community.
Peer Recovery Specialists serve as role models and provide a safe, non-judgmental space that promotes overall wellness, in partnership with the Maryland Peer Advisory Council.