Volunteering at Pilgrim Hall Museum!
22 people are interested
Join our volunteer team!
You'll learn in-depth about Plymouth history, develop new friendships, and meet visitors from all over the world - all while providing an essential service to America's most enduring public museum, located in the heart of Plymouth's historic center.
Discover how you can help on the front lines of history at PHM.
We have lots of opportunities for you - welcoming visitors at the front desk, guiding tours as a Museum Docent, or helping with programs, special events, and other activities.
What do you need to get involved?
Just an enthusiastic and welcoming attitude, a desire to learn and share history, and your volunteer spirit - we provide hands-on training for the rest!
For more information and to receive an application, please contact us at email@example.com .
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Pilgrim Hall Museum
75 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 02360, US
"The mission of the Pilgrim Society and Pilgrim Hall Museum is to achieve worldwide awareness of the Pilgrims’ significance as an enduring narrative of America’s founding."
The Pilgrim Society was founded in 1820 to preserve Plymouth's unique history, and in 1824, opened the doors of Pilgrim Hall Museum to the public. It is the oldest continuously operating public museum in the country and America's museum of Pilgrim possessions. Pilgrim Hall's extraordinary collection of 17th century artifacts, some of which actually came on the Mayflower, illuminates the story of early Plymouth Colony. It's an intimate story of families, of differing cultures, and of struggle, sacrifice, courage, and perseverance. In many ways, it's the story of the founding of America.
We'll work with your schedule.
75 Court StreetPlymouth, MA 02360
- Office Reception
- People Skills
- Customer Service
- Group Facilitation
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training