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Batesburg - Leesville Branch Library

203 Armory Street

The Batesburg-Leesville Branch Library moved into its newly renovated 7,500 ft² building on August 25th, 1999.

The Library has been serving the surrounding community continuously since 1912. From 1948 to 1998, the Library served as headquarters of the Lexington County Public Library System.

The library has the Twin City News on microfilm from 1924 to 1997. Later copies of this local paper are bound and housed in Reference. The Library also provides access to the Internet as well as word-processing programs. The library has a meeting room that will accommodate 50 persons.


Jesse Furtick

Sunday, June 10, 2018
Spent a lot of time here as a child. Sad today that children have so much at their fingertips that they dont have to visit libraries to discover the world. How many kids now can use the Dewey decimal system lol?They used to have story time here during the summer, not sure if they still do. Great place to grab a few books for that summer reading, if anyone does that anymore...

Jayla Mohr

Saturday, May 26, 2018
This library ha a very helpful staff, is able to get materials for Lex County residents from other libraries through inter-library loan, and has a nice children's section. They also frequently host fun events.

Anouke Sinthasomphone

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Victoria Cabrera

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Batesburg - Leesville Branch Library is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media