The Queen Square Library is a shared resource between the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (UCLH).
The information below shows services available during normal opening.
- Space availability
- Opening hours
- Address and contact details
- Subject coverage and guides
- Services and facilities
- Self-guided tour
Please note that restrictions are not being lifted in health and care settings (including non-clinical settings). The Library remains open for UCL Library members only.
- Address: Queen Square Library, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology & the National Hospital, 1st Floor, 23 Queen Square, London, WC1N, UK.
- Queen Square Library website.
- Tel: 020 3448 4709 (Queen Square internal extension 84144).
- Email: email@example.com.
- Map of the area.
The Queen Square Library is the recognised Library for Neurology within the University of London and supports the research, teaching and clinical work of the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. The Library contains an important specialist neurology, neurosurgery and neuroscience collection, together with some general medical and biomedical literature.
The Queen Square Library also houses the Queen Square Archives. You can explore catalogued items and digitised versions of some the archives on the Queen Square Archives website.
Access to the library space
Access is via a short flight of stairs to the ground floor and then stairs or a lift to the 1st floor. A wheelchair lift is available to reach the ground floor but please contact us in advance to arrange for an operator to be available.
Library staff are happy to help with arranging access to library materials; please contact the library.
UCL Library Services also offers a range of other accessibility services which are listed separately.
Admissions / membership
Please see our "who can use the Library" pages for information.
We are happy to help with enquiries, either in the library, by post, phone or e-mail. Unfortunately, we are unable to deal with specific medical queries from members of the public. However, Library staff have compiled and maintain a Patient Support Resource, a listing of support groups and charities for various neurological conditions.