Visitor Guide

Rome-Floyd County Library

205 Riverside Pkwy NE, Rome, GA 30161


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Mon-Thurs 8:30a-8:30p; Fri 10a-2p; Sat 10a-5p; Sun: Closed

The Rome-Floyd County Library is member of the Sara Hightower Regional Library System and serves the people of Rome and the surrounding areas.

The library offers a variety of services, including public computers and access to the Heritage Room, which houses historical databases for study on the Civil War, the Cherokee Indian nation, local/Georgia/Southern history, as well as genealogical research.

The Rome-Floyd County Library is also home to a variety of programs and materials for children of all ages, including Story Time, summer reading programs, and movies throughout the year.

The upstairs gallery walls features a variety of community art exhibitions year-round.


storywalk reading trailRome-Floyd County Library StoryWalk Trail

Each month, the Rome-Floyd County Library installs a new story on their StoryWalk Trail. Learn more

library garden

Photo by Jennifer Kearns

Rome-Floyd County Library Garden

Stop by the beautiful garden located on the library property to read, rest, or relax during your next visit. It’s open during library hours.

Visit Rome Area Gardens
Explore Rome area gardens. Learn more about the Garden Trail 

library garden