Huntly Library interior

Huntly Library

Huntly Library

Huntly Library

Huntly Library

Huntly Library
Huntly Library

Open today 10.30am - 1pm (Click and Collect also available)

Regular opening hours

Day Hours
Monday 10.30am - 1.30pm Click and Collect also available
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10.30am - 1pm (Click and Collect also available)
Thursday 3pm - 4.30pm (Click and Collect also available)
Friday Closed
Saturday 10am - 1pm
Sunday Closed
A person selecting a book from a bookshelf

Browsing for Books is Back

From Monday 14th June, selected libraries will open their doors and allow customers the opportunity to browse the bookshelves without the need to book

Find out more

Look Inside Huntly Library

George McDonald portrait

Influential and innovative novelist and poet George MacDonald was born in Huntly, Aberdeenshire. The son of a farmer, MacDonald was one of the most original and significant figures in Victorian literature.

A substantial and important collection of his writings, the majority in manuscript and many showing significant differences from the published version, was gifted to the Brander Library, Huntly.

The original manuscript items from the collection are now located at The Discovery Centre, Mintlaw, where they may be consulted by appointment.

Selected manuscripts have been digitised. View them here

Huntly Library is part of the VisitScotland Information Partner programme. We provide local information on accommodation and activities around Huntly.

Local contact information
What to see and do


Public car park across street

Accessible with stairlift

Wheelchair available

Audio books

Large print books

Narration and magnifier software


Audio books

Large print books

CDs and DVDs

Adult literacy collection

Healthy reading collection

Free WiFi

Computers with internet access

Colour printing



Local newspapers


Microfiche reader

Study Space

Bookable meeting rooms

George MacDonald collection

Old Parish Registers

Census records

Visit Scotland Information

Food waste caddy liners

Battery recycling bags

NHS Hearing Aid Battery Collection Point

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