The Library has travel guides for a variety of U.S. and international locations. If you want a glimpse before you go or to see the sights without leaving home, the Library offers DVDs.
Whether you want to greet someone in Greek (Yasou), say “thank you” in Arabic (chokron) or learn any of sixty languages, Mango Languages is available through the Library’s online resources.
Always available, even in airports and truck stops, Hoopla’s collection of e-audiobooks and music can help pass the time. Hoopla also offers a selection of e-books, movies and television.
In addition to Conde Nast Traveler and Taste & Travel International, Flipster includes over thirty other titles for travel reading.
The Voyager's Travel Discussion Club
The Library hosts an occasional travel discussion program. Attendees are invited to bring their questions, experiences and advice about a travel destination. Find more information on our event page.
Programs at Your Pace: Voyager's Travel Discussion Club: Global Penpals
People across the world are experiencing similar challenges, and what better way to gain understanding than become a penpal? We will discuss why you might want to take on this enriching activity and how to go about it. (about 23 minutes)
Always available for streaming on YouTube
A go-to site for passport and visa information, travel alerts and practical information and advice about traveling overseas through the US State Department
Travel without the hassle. Get more information and sign up for entry programs for international travelers like Global Entry and Nexus through U.S. Customs & Border Protection
Leave your shoes on and your laptop in its case. Learn more about and apply online for TSA Pre-Check