Library named after Strugatsky brothers


Tipanova st., 29




10:00 – 21:00


10:00 – 18:00



A library of a new generation, open for communication, creativity, leisure and meeting all modern requirements. Stylish interiors, a wide selection of novelties in literature, popular information and services. This is a meeting place with friends and interesting people, the opportunity to comfortably work with information and participate in discussions.

The library holds lectures and exhibitions, music festivals and events for children, as well as creative meetings where readers can chat with writers and poets, actors, scientists and popular bloggers.

The library has a fund of over 70,000 books in various fields of knowledge and literary texts for all ages.

The history of the library dates back to 1932. In 1970, she moved to her current building on Tipanov st., and at the end of 2019, the library was named after the famous science fiction writers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

The square at the intersection of Moskovsky Prospekt and Frunze and Pobedy Streets is also named in honor of the Strugatsky brothers. Boris Natanovich Strugatsky lived in house 4 on Victory Street from 1964 until his death in 2012.