Questions? Concerns? Please contact us for additional information call 714-738-6388.
Services are available at our Main Library:
Monday to Thursday 10 AM to 9 PM
Friday & Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday 1 to 5 PM
Hunt Book Drop will be open until 4/19/13. After that please return items to Main Library.
201 S. Basque Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92833-3372
The Hunt Branch Library is located in a park setting in southwest Fullerton and strives to bring knowledge, people and ideas together.
The Hunt Branch was a gift to the City of Fullerton from the Hunt Foods & Industries Foundation, headed by Norton Simon. It was dedicated on September 12, 1962. The building’s architect was the world famous William L. Pereira. Mr. Pereira also designed the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, the Geisel Library at UC San Diego, the Disneyland Hotel, and the master plan for the City of Irvine.
Programs are a big part of what we do here – children’s storytimes, book clubs, special programs, and more! For registration information, call 714.738.3122. Check out what we have to offer in our monthly calendar, or subscribe to our events feed!
Two meeting rooms are available for public use that accommodate 12-90 people. A kitchen with refrigerator and microwave is also readily accessible. For conferences or parties, community members can look to the Hunt Branch where both rooms and grounds can be rented. Click here to reserve now!
The Hunt Branch offers free wireless Internet access throughout the building.
Exhibits and displays are regularly showcased at the Hunt Branch. The library calendar of events contains full information.
Pack a picnic lunch and head on over to the Hunt. Our gorgeous outdoor patios and park-like backyard are “the” place for relaxing with your favorite reading material. Come see for yourself!
Free parking is available in two lots adjacent to the building. These lots are accessed by turning north on Basque Avenue off of Valencia. Three spaces are reserved for handicapped parking in these lots, located on the east side of the building. Additional free parking is available in a lot south of the library. This lot may be reached by turning north on Pacific Drive off of Valencia. A footbridge over the barranca provides access from Pacific Drive Park to the Hunt Library site.