Volunteers help with the day-to-day visitor experience, and there are sometimes short-term roles available helping the different museum teams with their work. Find out more about volunteering at the Design Museum here.
Historic Royal Palaces look for volunteers to help with a range of activities at the palaces, including Kensington Palace. Check for vacancies here.
If you love the outdoors, you might be interested in volunteering in one of the Royal Parks. Volunteers help with guided tours, educational activities, accessibility for visitors and many other roles. Find out more about volunteering in the parks on the Royal Parks website.
The Natural History Museum volunteer program is extensive and includes a range of short to long-term roles. Volunteers work in visitor experience and educational roles throughout the museum. Check out the latest vacancies at the Natural History Museum here.
The V&A offers volunteer opportunities on information desks, tour guides and disability support roles. Some of these roles are for students, so be sure to check carefully if the role is right for you. Check for current V&A vacancies here.
Volunteers at the Science Museum help with general visitor interactions, object handling activities and educational roles. Roles may also come up for specific temporary exhibitions which can be really unique! Find out more about volunteering at the museum here.
Volunteering is a wonderful way to learn more about Lord Leighton, Linley Sambourne and the artworks in the collections and bring them to life for visitors. You can meet likeminded people, recharge your creativity or treat yourself with your volunteer discount in the café or shop! Find out more here.
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