In line with the current Scottish Government's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Strategic Framework Update, Aberdeen City Libraries have reopened the following libraries for limited browsing and borrowing, and computer access:
Central Library, Airyhall Library, Bridge of Don Library, Cornhill Library, Cove Library, Culter Library, Cults Library, Dyce Library, Kincorth Library, Mastrick Library, Tillydrone Library and Woodside Library.
Bucksburn Library, Ferryhill Library and Torry Library will open for limited Click and Collect appointments only.
See individual library pages for opening hours.
At this time, Kaimhill Library and Northfield Library remained closed to the public.
Please note that the Central Library Information Centre has bookable study spaces available and access for research purposes is currently by appointment only.
Study Spaces are also available at selected Community Libraries.
We will continue to provide our Click and Collect service, Home Library Service and maintain full access to our wide range of digital online resources including eBooks and eNewspapers.
For computer access, to ensure physical distancing there will be fewer PCs available at each site, sessions will be limited to 1 hour and must be booked in advance online or by phone.
The media catalogues (DVD, Blu Ray and CD) are now available to browse and borrow in person and online.
There are currently no fines on items so please hold onto your books until you are ready to use the click and collect service or until more libraries re-open.
If you have any questions which are not answered here, please email CentralLibrary@aberdeencity.gov.uk or call 01224 652500.
- Online membership form
- Children and young people
- Curriculum Resources and Information Service (CRIS)
- Library catalogue
- Central Library
- Community Libraries in Aberdeen
- Fines and charges
- Services available in your library
- Reset your library PIN