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Folly Beach Library remains closed after Hurricane Irma
Folly Beach and West Ashley libraries remain closed after sustaining damage during Hurricane Irma. We'll announce details on when the branches will reopen soon. 

Driving Directions

From Downtown:
Take Calhoun Street to the James Island Connector (Hwy. 30). Take the connector all the way to the end and turn left on Folly Road. Take Folly Road into Folly Beach where it becomes Center Street. The Library will be on the right.

From West Ashley:
Take Hwy. 17 towards downtown. Just before crossing the bridges into downtown, take a right onto Folly Road. Follow Folly Road into Folly Beach where it becomes Center Street. The Library will be on the right.

From the North area:
Take I-26 East to Exit 221A. Follow the Crosstown to the Hardee's and make a left. Go to Calhoun Street and go right to the James Island Connector (Hwy. 30). At the end of the connector go left on Folly Road and follow it into Folly Beach where it becomes Center Street. The Library will be on the right.

From Mt. Pleasant:
Cross the Ravenel Bridge (Hwy. 17) and follow the signs for Savannah. Follow the Crosstown to Hardees and turn left. Go to Calhoun Street and make a right. Take the James Island Connector (Hwy. 30) to the end and turn left on Folly Road. Take Folly Road into Folly Beach where it becomes Center Street. The Library will be on the right.

Folly Beach Contact Info

Address:
55 Center Street
Folly Beach, SC 29439

Phone: 843-588-2001

Branch Manager:
Mary Bushkar

Hours of operation: 
Monday and Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 12 - 8 p.m.
Second Saturday each month: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Services

Wi-Fi available?   Yes
Public Internet / MS Office workstations?   Yes
Color copying and printing?   Yes, $0.25 per page
Black & white copying and printing?   Yes, $0.10 per page
Public scanner? Yes
Fax machine? No
Public meeting rooms available? No
Public Notary? No

History

The Folly Beach Library, located in the community building on Center Street, first began service in 1941.