The Davos lending library has a collection of approx. 15,000 media (novels and non-fiction books for adults, children's, picture and youth books, foreign-language novels, magazines, newspapers, Tonies, audio books, DVDs). The lending library is public and open to everyone. Books and other media can be borrowed for a small fee.
- Sunday and Monday: closed
- Tuesday to Friday: 3.00 - 7.00 pm
- Wednesday and Saturday: 8.30 - 11.30 am
Since December 2022, access is also possible during unattended opening hours with the Open Library user card from the age of 18. You can obtain access-authorised user cards from the Davos lending library during staffed opening hours. After the obligatory training, you can enjoy reading all year round (exception: during Spengler Cup and WEF).
- Monday to Sunday: 06.00 am - 9.00 pm
Klosters library is located in the old town hall (Jeuchenhaus) opposite the Evangelical church. The entrance is in the new building on Talgasse 1. Here, visitors will find a stunning reading room amongst the over 300 year-old rooms. There is a large selection of books for children, young adults and adults - including local and English books. Audio books and DVDs for every age group. Internet access available.
Monday - Friday 16:00 - 18:00 h
The documentation library in Davos is one of very few of its kind in Switzerland. Its inventory encompasses over 20,000 media items (written items, books, newspapers, graphics, audio carriers, video films), which have a reference to Davos. In addition, it also boasts a collection of over 7,000 photos relevant to local history. It is not possible to borrow the items but many documents can be photocopied. Submit any enquiries by letter, email or telephone. Research and long-distance requests are subject to a charge.
7270 Davos Platz
7270 Davos Platz
The quarterly publication «Davoser Revue» – established in 1925 by Jules Ferdmann - has recorded and interpreted the cultural history and the life of the Davos community for over 90 years, and is now considered a part of Davos culture itself. Articles and more information: www.davoser-revue.ch.