Sumner County Library Branches

Gallatin Public Library

123 East Main Street
Gallatin, TN 37075

615-452-1722

gallatinlibrary@sumnercountytn.gov

www.gallatinlibrary.org

The library is conveniently located in the heart of the city, just off the public square. Their welcoming atmosphere and innovative programs make it a place the whole family can enjoy. Come to experience magical encounters, make friends, win prizes, unwind and revel in all the library has to offer, including constant exciting events and the latest books and movies for all ages!

From the splendid grand piano in the lobby, to the impressive second-story balcony, to cozy reading nooks throughout, there is a space for everyone at the library. This is the place to be in Downtown Gallatin!

Hendersonville Public Library

140 Saundersville Road
Hendersonville, TN 37075

615-824-0656

hpl@sumnercountytn.gov

www.hendersonvillelibrary.org

The Hendersonville library is located near Indian Lake Village on Saundersville Road. The spacious two-story building, built in a rustic-modern design, boasts a panoramic view of an adjacent wooded park and walking trail. A veranda provides a favorite spot for guests to enjoy relaxing moments amid the beauty of the surrounding environment. Upon entering the library, a grand staircase provides a stunning focal point. The library also has an artwall featuring the work of local artists and was gifted two grand pianos from local residents to promote the Arts Alive program. Just beyond the staircase, the library courtyard proudly displays a Cherry tree gifted to the city of Hendersonville by the Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville and the Tsuru-Hendersonville Friendship Committee. The courtyard has lots of comfy seating, beautiful stone planters and a memory garden dedicated to all who have given of their time talent and support to the library. The library provides ample space for activities, reading and studying which also includes a large meeting room, an asset to the various non-profit organizations and clubs that utilize it.

Millersville Public Library

1174 Louisville Highway
Millersville, TN 37072

615-448-6959

mpl@sumnercountytn.gov

www.millersvillelibrary.org

The Millersville library, Sumner County’s newest library, opened its doors in July 2015. Nestled inThe Millersville library, Sumner County‘s newest library, opened its doors in July 2015. Nestled in the beautiful valley below the forested ridge area of Sumner County, the library offer is a convenient location on the western side of Highway 31 W. just 2 miles from the interstate 65 interchange. The library neighbors other popular attractions including slaters Creek, Nashville north KOA, and the Millersville community center which offers a quarter mile walking trail, public playground and basketball court. The Millersville public library is quickly becoming a chief destination for many families and individuals. Inside, guests will find an inviting atmosphere with friendly service, a free lending collection of books and media, free information and Internet accessibility, and enjoyable programs for everyone.

Portland Public Library

301 Portland Boulevard
Portland, TN 37148

615-325-2279

portlandlibrary@summnercountytn.gov

www.portlandtnlibrary.org

The Portland library, located in Richland Park, has several significant works of art. At the entrance a sculpture by Olen Bryant illuminates the Brumbaugh-Bryant courtyard which showcases original lime stone benches; in the gallery, Library Priestess by Olen Bryant and a colossal bronze from the Cultural Heroes series of Alan LeQuire keep watch over the charge desk. The traditional library also provides a two room museum. The Bailey History and Genealogical Room collection consist primarily of local, Sumner County, and Tennessee history. A new state of the art microfilm reader enhances visitors research. The Samuel C. Collins room showcases and documents the life of this Portland native who became a professor at MIT and was internationally recognized as the “father of cryogenics.” Portland library strives to provide entertaining and educational programs to inspire the interests of all ages.

Westmoreland Public Library

2305 Epperson Springs Road
Westmoreland, TN 37186

615-644-2026

westmorelandpubliclibrary@gmail.com

www.westmorelandlibrary.org

Located in the center of the historic town, near the post office, the Westmoreland public library is the heart of the community and provides convenient access for area patrons. A wonderful wall mural painted by a member of their active Friends group adds to the library‘s unique charm. A spacious new addition to the facility was completed in 2014 greatly enhancing the library experience in upper Sumner County. Patrons can connect to Wi-Fi with their own devices, download e-books, or learn new computer skills with classes designed to meet individual needs. The library provides Sumner reading programs, story hours, and entertaining educational programs to challenge young minds. Westmoreland public library is a popular destination for all ages.

Library Locations

Gallatin
123 East Main Street
Gallatin, TN 37075
615-452-1722
gallatinlibrary@sumnercountytn.gov
www.gallatinlibrary.org

Hendersonville
140 Saundersville Road
Hendersonville, TN 37075
615-824-0656
hpl@sumnercountytn.gov
www.hendersonvillelibrary.org

Millersville
1174 Louisville Highway
Millersville, TN 37072
615-448-6959
mpl@sumnercountytn.gov
www.millersvillelibrary.org

Portland
301 Portland Boulevard
Portland, TN 37148
615-325-2279
portlandlibrary@summnercountytn.gov
www.portlandtnlibrary.org

Westmoreland
2305 Epperson Springs Road
Westmoreland, TN   37186
615-644-2026
westmorelandpubliclibrary@gmail.com
www.westmorelandlibrary.org

Sumner County Library Branches

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