Craigmillar Library - Library locations and opening hours

Craigmillar Library
Regular activities for children and young people
11am to 12pm, Craigmillar Books for Babies baby and toddler rhymetime
3.45 to 4.45pm, Arts and Crafts Club

3.45 to 4.45pm, Lego Club

1.30 to 2.30pm, Home Link Stay and Play for under 3s, term time only
3.45 to 4.45pm, Wild Teens group

3.45 to 4.15pm, Teatime Tales (darker months only)

2 to 4pm, Feel Good Fridays with Craigmillar Stories for Sharing, term time only. Phone Katie on 07434661098 to join.

11am to 12pm, Storytime with Craigmillar Books for Babies, last Saturday of the month
Bookbug sessions
Regular events and activities for adults
11am to 12pm, Library Link social group for seniors, fortnightly
5.30 to 6.30pm, Craigmillar Writer’s Collective, fortnightly
5.45 to 7pm, Cinemattic Craigmillar Film Club, first Wednesday of the month

10am to 12pm, Computer Club for seniors

10.30am to 12.30pm, People’s Know-how digital support

11am to 12pm, English Conversation Club, fortnightly
11am to 12pm, Memory Café for carers and those living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, fortnightly

We also offer English as a second language, adult literacy courses, and the arts award (for teens). Please contact us for current term dates.
Macmillan Cancer Support
101 Niddrie Mains Road
EH16 4DS
Opening hours
Monday: 10am to 8pm
Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
Wednesday: 10am to 8pm
Thursday: 10am to 5pm
Friday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Visiting Craigmillar Library, you can
- browse and borrow books
- return your books
- pick up free period products
- use the photocopier
- use a public computer and print
- collect hearing aid batteries
- apply for a National Entitlement Card (bus pass)
- borrow seeds from our seed library in partnership with Craigmillar Community Grows.
Music Instrument Library
In partnership with Tinderbox Orchestra, members of Craigmillar Library of all ages can borrow musical instruments for free, just like you borrow a book. We have a wide range of instruments including saxophones, trombones, clarinets, flutes, keyboards, accordions, guitars, ukuleles, violins and cellos.
All our instruments have been donated by our community. If you have an instrument gathering dust, please consider donating it to us.
We offer a musician in residence to provide free tutoring. Please ask us for current term dates.
Disabled access
Public accessible toilets
Baby change facilities
Free Wi-Fi and computer access
Charging for personal devices and electric wheelchairs
Study areas
Seating area
Community space
Bus routes
Lothian bus nos 2, 14, 21, 30
Room hire