Work or study in your Library’s private rooms, ample public seating and tables, teen area, and Tennessee Room. You can also view local artists’ work in our public Galleria.
Private Study Rooms
Four quiet, private study rooms are available on the second floor. The Campbell Study Room and Watauga Mountain Room are available by reservation only. The other two rooms are available on a first come, first served basis.
Call the Information Desk at (423) 434-4454 to reserve the Campbell Study Room or Watauga Mountain Room.
Buffalo Mountain Room
The second-floor Buffalo Mountain Room offers open seating and tables with floor-to-ceiling windows. The room looks out over King Commons Park and downtown Johnson City.
We have a dedicated space just for teens on the second floor. The area has tables, comfy chairs, and a window seat for students to study and read. Board and video games are also available for groups to use in the teen area.
The Tennessee Room is a quiet area that houses books, periodicals, and genealogical resources on the history of Tennessee, focusing on Northeast Tennessee. It is open for genealogical research sessions of up to two hours.
Your Library welcomes local artists to display their original artwork in our Galleria. Through artist exhibitions, we highlight the cultural diversity in our community, support art appreciation, and engage individual creativity. If you are interested in having your work considered for our Galleria, please submit an application.