Hendersonville Public Library
140 Saundersville Road
Hendersonville, TN 37075




The library is located near Indian Lake Village on Saundersville Road.  The spacious two-story building, built in a rustic-modern design, boasts a panoramic view of an adjacent wooded park and walking trail.  A veranda provides a favorite spot for guests to enjoy relaxing moments amid the beauty of the surrounding environment. Upon entering the library, a grand staircase provides a stunning focal point. The library also has an artwall featuring the work of local artists and was gifted two grand pianos from local residents to promote the Arts Alive program.   Just beyond the staircase, the library courtyard proudly displays a Cherry tree gifted to the city of Hendersonville by the Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville and the Tsuru-Hendersonville Friendship Committee. The courtyard has lots of comfy seating, beautiful stone planters and a memory garden dedicated to all who have given of their time talent and support to the library.  The library provides ample space for activities, reading and studying which also includes a large meeting room, an asset to the various non-profit organizations and clubs that utilize it.