Volunteers at the Museum of Bath Architecture provide invaluable service in a variety of ways. Our front of house volunteers are visitors’ first point of contact with the museum, so have an important public facing role. They have the opportunity to work on admissions and shop sales, enquiries and research. Behind-the-scenes work might include assistance with exhibitions, slide collections, library stock, administration or one-off projects.
Volunteers are entitled to the following benefits and privileges:
- Complimentary individual membership of the Bath Preservation Trust. This includes newsletters, calendar of events, free admission to the Trust’s four museums and invitations to exhibition openings.
- An annual excursion, expenses paid for.
- A Christmas party.
How to apply
No particular credentials or experience is required to become a volunteer. However, it is desirable that applicants have an interest in the history of Bath and/or eighteenth century architecture as well as a willingness to work with staff, visitors and other volunteers in communicating that interest through a variety of activities.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at the Museum of Bath Architecture, please contact the Museum of Bath Architecture Administrator, Tim Beale, on 01225 333895 or firstname.lastname@example.org