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Free Public Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is now available to the public across 30 Aberdeen City Council buildings, as part of the latest work to be delivered by the Accelerate Aberdeen programme.

Aberdeen City Connect is available in 17 libraries, 9 community and learning centres, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Seventeen, Adventure Aberdeen and Marischal College, and is aimed at not only widening access to internet-based services across the city, but will also helping to address some of the digital divide and social inclusion.

The Accelerate Aberdeen programme is part of the wider Shaping Aberdeen agenda which aims to deliver world-class digital infrastructure to enable sustained growth and diversity and provide citizens with access to the best services from the public and private sectors.

The Wi-Fi access, which was designed and deployed by preferred supplier Pinacl Solutions combines Ruckus Wireless technology with a user-friendly social Wi-Fi portal.

Free public Wi-Fi is available in the below locations:

  • Central Library
  • Airyhall Library
  • Bridge of Don Library
  • Bucksburn Library
  • Cornhill Library
  • Cove Library
  • Culter Library
  • Cults Library & Learning Centre
  • Dyce Library
  • Ferryhill Library
  • Kaimhill Library
  • Kincorth Library
  • Mastrick Library
  • Northfield Library
  • Tillydrone Library & Learning Centre
  • Torry Library
  • Woodside Library

Community Centres
  • Cummings Park Community Centre
  • Dyce Community Learning Centre
  • Froghall Community Hall
  • Lord Provost Henry E Rae Community Centre
  • Rosemount Community Centre
  • Tillydrone Library & Learning Centre
  • Torry Sports & Learning Centre
  • Tullos Community Learning Centre
  • Woodside Fountain Community Centre

Other Venues
  • Aberdeen Maritime Museum
  • Adventure Aberdeen
  • Marischal College Customer Access Point
  • Seventeen, Belmont Street


Free Community Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is now available in six communities across Aberdeen.
To view a street map of where the Wi-Fi is available within each community, select the links below.


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