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Terryberry Branch

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Terryberry Branch

The Terryberry Branch was built on land once owned by William Terryberry and his wife Anne Young who came to Upper Canada circa 1806. Prior to the War of 1812, William Terryberry owned an inn which was a popular stopover for travellers making the trip from Niagara to Ancaster. Terryberry, opened in January 1970, was the third branch to open on the mountain. The library was renovated in 1990-91 to include a second floor. This provided expanded collection space as well as expanded and improved reading and study space.

The branch offers materials for children, teens and adults including books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, newspapers and more. Services include programming for adults, children and teens. Public Internet access computers include adult and children’s software applications.

Terryberry Branch programs


Monday  10:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday  10:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday  10:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday  10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday  CLOSED
Saturday  10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday  CLOSED


100 Mohawk Road West
Hamilton, Ontario
L9C 1W1


Information Desk: 905-546-3921
Circulation/Renewals: 905-546-3425



Karen Peter

By Bus

HSR Route 35 - College HSR Route 41 - Mohawk

Branch Features

  • Book Drop
  • Free Parking
  • Public Use Computers
  • Wireless Internet
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Childrens Playcorner
  • French Collection

Accessible Features

  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Counter
  • Accessible Washroom
  • Automatic Door Opener
  • Accessible Ramp
  • Accessible Interview Space
  • Elevator
  • Family Change Room

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Central Library 4th floor -- Not available to public from March 13 to 15

The 4th floor of the Central Library will not be available to the public from March 13 to 15 because of special JUNO events happening during these dates.

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