The 10 Best Public Libraries near Wake Forest, North Carolina
- 37 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Public Libraries near Wake Forest are:
- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (4.8/5)
- Wake Forest Community Library (4.6/5)
- Eastport-Annapolis Neck Library - Anne Arundel County Public Library (5/5)
- Swansboro Branch Library (5/5)
- Ashe County Public Library (5/5)
- Greensburg Hempfield Area Library (5/5)
- Landrum Library (5/5)
- King Public Library (4.9/5)
- East Regional Public Library (5/5)
- Sherrills Ford-Terrell Branch Library (5/5)
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This campus has some old, beautiful magnolia trees. So, it's a good place to walk if you go downtown or visit the historic district. Oh, and it's probably the best of all the Southern Baptist seminaries. So, it's a better place to attend school. If you come for a campus tour as a prospective student, you have a good chance of scoring a free book. Lots of scholarships are available like the Kingdom Diversity scholarship and Keesee scholarship. Tip: If you're not a student, you can still use the Library and the Ledford center, which has food, a gym, and a basketball court. There is also a disc-golf course near campus.
I have gone to this library my entire life. Everyone is always so friendly and helpful. Andrea has gone above and beyond to be helpful and nice every time I have visited with my daughters. I was walking in right at closing on a Friday and I did not realize it was almost closing time. Andrea saw me walking in with my young daughter and went the extra mile to let me in to grab my book that I had on hold instead of turning me away. Thank you for being a kind human, Andrea. Keep spreading your love and joyous smile with your library visitors.
Great local library. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Exactly what you are looking for in a library. They have items across all mediums.
This library is fantastic! Story time for children is wonderful! My family really enjoys it! Staff is always so kind. My son likes to play ABC mouse there and they are always ready to get him set up on the computer! Recently he wanted to know why seasons change and when there wasn’t exactly a book in the library to explain it to his age group the librarian went above and beyond to get in several books on the subject sent in! The library is clean with many hand sanitizer stations! Lots of selection! Very pleased this is the library in our community!
The loudest Library I’ve ever been in. The public is apparently allowed to treat it like a street side cafe. Digging around in a big bag of noisy chips like they’re at home. Keeping it hidden in a backpack didn’t quite it down much. Another patron that used the same desk 5 minutes after Miss lunch break left had discovered the crumbs left buy the previous guest. Talking to each other from across the room(up-to yards) in non hushed tone. As if on the street. Definitely not a quiet place to study. The staff are guilty of being loud too. Needs a sound barrier put up around the reception / help desk to contain the raised voices of the people trying to get their voices around the Desk Protection Sneeze guard. Some people are just naturally loud but don’t even try to tone it down. Says a great deal about the standards not in forced or practiced buy the staff working in the upper level computer room area. It wasn’t like this ever before 2years ago. Negative five stars
Great kids' area upstairs. They offer loads of cool programs for kids, for free. We loved the summer program and look forward to many more! Staff are friendly and helpful.
Haven't really been there to use the computers or anything but been in to get a library card and it was super clean and good workers. Deff will b going now often
They have many hands on programs for adults during the summer. I drive in from Mooresville to participate. During the school year the traffic makes events really tough to participate in. Looking forward to next summer.