The Perholinna Library-Youth House was designed by architect Saara Juola. The building was opened in 1993. The building's premises are named after the butterfly, inspired by the municipality's coat of arms, which depicts a butterfly. The Admiral's Hall is adorned with a wall hanging "Unwritten Story" designed by Vuokko Oja and a series of wooden reliefs "Early Development" designed by Aimo Vähäkainu. The traditional children's, youth and adult sections extend around the hall, while the magazine section offers fresh reading material.
|The library is easily accessible from the centre of Perho on foot or by bike. Those coming from further afield can leave their car in the library car park or alternatively in the car park next to the bank behind the library (the sandy area shown in the picture).|