Tyndale House Library
36 Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge CB3 9BA
Matthew Baalham, Librarian
Tyndale House is a Cambridge-based research institute housing one of the world's most advanced libraries for biblical scholarship. We bring together outstanding Christian researchers from around the world with the aim of promoting Bible understanding in the Church and beyond.
Readers must apply through our bookings system for use of the library. Day bookings are possible, but otherwise bookings are weekly, monthly or annually. We charge for our bookings but subsidise many, especially for those coming from the majority world. Members of the University of Cambridge have a number of free visits per year. Please see our website https://tyndalehouse.com for more details including our booking fees.
For day pass bookings: 9am–5pm, Monday–Friday. For all other bookings: 8am–10pm, Monday–Saturday.
Our building may not be ideal, but we do have a disabled toilet and ramps. We can accommodate wheelchair users.
The collection is reference only. We do not permit borrowing, or lend to other institutions.
Chiefly the collection covers 20th and 21st century publications, with some late 19th century.
Donald Wiseman Archive
Heritage IS Oxford
Remote scanning service (charges apply)