Established in 1886, when Wyoming was still a territory, the Laramie County Library System (LCLS) located in Cheyenne is the oldest continually operating county library system in the United States.
The new main library is located in Cheyenne and opened in 2007. The first floor has magazines, newspapers, DVDs, video games and fiction. The second floor is for children, teens and their parents only. The third floor has non-fiction, a large genealogy collection, a computer center with 50 public computers, and a quiet room for undisturbed reading.
The Laramie County Library has five meeting rooms for public use with capacities from 16 to 225 people. The library also has an on-site café that can cater meetings for meals or coffee and snacks.
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Laramie County Library
Cheyenne, WY 82001