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Lee Library is a cozy friendly small town library. And (like most libraries in the Berkshires) they offer free passes to all the Berkshire museums to residents. You need to ask for them a day or two ahead of time, and can only do one...More
Visitors to the Berkshires can get passes to many of the local attractions by visiting the local library. The Lee Library has passes for 14 museums (including The Clark and the Norman Rockwell Museum) plus the Massachusetts Trustees of Reservations. Check it out!
There's plenty to do in the Berkshires but we just wanted to hang out a bit and have some quiet reading time. Since we were going to be on Main Street for lunch, we took the time to go sit. Delightful.
Recently traveled & on a overcast rainy day came across to this place. People r sooooo friendly & nice! I m a tourist in Lee & didn't have a library card but had a recent dvd. A lady trusted me as I mentioned was visiting...More
This small library provides an enormous service. Because it is on a regional exchange, you can ask for almost any book. You may also sit quietly in the reading area and enjoy perusing national newspapers and periodicals. (and free WIFI) The staff is engaging, helpful,...More
The Lee Library is a great quiet venue to read and to relax. They have plenty of newspapers and magazines. If you need a book, and it's not there, they have an inter library service. In the summer, local residents can obtain free cultural passes...More
I love old libraries, and this one did not disappoint. It has a ton of character, and is quite beautiful. The building dates from 1907, nd has been updated to provide patrons with a modern library experience.