King Family Library

Vickie Kelly, Manager

Vickie Kelly, Manager

The King Family Library, flagship facility and main library for the Sevier County Public Library System, has all the resources and facilities that you would expect in a larger metropolitan library but with that small hometown feel, charm, and friendly atmosphere that you expect to find welcoming you to the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

You will find a variety of materials in varying formats for all your leisure and educational reading needs.  There are abundant computers available to get you connected with the world around you and new technology is becoming our specialty with a media center and makerspace newly available or coming soon.  With over 400 programs a year, there is something going on at the library for all ages, almost every minute of the day.

Custodial staff (l. to r.): Barry Vanhamme, Justin Erwin and Guane Julian

Custodial staff (l. to r.): Barry VanHamme, Justin Erwin and Guane Julian

Our 3rd floor history center is widely known and respected for the abundance and quality of sources available to do your family research. Add to that a professional staff that is available to you at several service points in the library, waiting just for you to come by and let them help you achieve your goals, from the simple to the most challenging.  Our branches at Kodak and Seymour, mirror the abundant resources and friendly professional staff, providing you three locations to visit and enjoy the Sevier County Public Library System.

King Family Branch

King Family Library

King Family Library

408 High Street, Sevierville, TN  37862
865-453-3532
fax 865-365-1665

Monday 9 am-8 pm
Tuesday 9 am-8 pm
Wednesday 9 am-8 pm
Thursday 10 am-8 pm
Friday 9 am-6 pm
Saturday 9 am-5 pm

Sunday CLOSED

Rel & Wilma Maples History Center

408 High Street, Sevierville, TN  37862
865.365.1432

Monday 9 am-5 pm
Tuesday 9 am-5 pm
Wednesday 9 am-5 pm
Thursday 10 am-5 pm
Friday 9 am-5 pm
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED

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King Family Branch History