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Volunteer Docent and Tour Guide

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  • 10 people are interested
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum

Do you love literature, history, and meeting great people? Be the face of the RLS Museum!

The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum in beautiful St. Helena, California is looking for a docent and tour guide to volunteer 1-2 days a week!

You will be responsible for interacting with visitors, teaching people about Robert Louis Stevenson, and telling people from all over the world his incredible story!

You will be an integral member of the RLSM team and be responsible for providing unique and memorable experiences to all of our visitors!

Volunteer hours are between 12pm and 4pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Excludes major holidays.

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About Robert Louis Stevenson Museum


1490 Library Lane, St. Helena, CA 94574, US

Mission Statement

The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum is dedicated to honoring the life and literary legacy of the author. Held in trust is a valued collection of Stevenson artifacts and manuscripts, preserved for the benefit of enriching present and future generations.

Through creative programs, displays and research opportunities, the museum educates and increases awareness of RLS and his works.


The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum houses the largest museum collection in the world devoted to the famed author. Regularly open to the public since 1969, the RLSM celebrates the life, times and works of Robert Louis Stevenson - known for such classics as TreasureIsland, Kidnapped, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and A Child's Garden of Verses.

The RLSM is located in St. Helena, in the heart of the wine country, thanks to our founders Norman and Charlotte Strouse. Dedicated Stevensoniana collectors, their reading of Stevenson's book the Silverado Squatters inspired them to retire to the area. The book is Stevenson's account of his 1880 honeymoon, spent in an abandoned bunkhouse at the old Silverado Mine on the slope of Mount St. Helena.

In 1979 the museum moved to permanent quarters in the new St. Helena Public Library building. A"jewel box" type of museum, it works at all levels, for eager six-year-olds as well as bibliophiles and scholars.

Admission is free and donations are gratefully accepted.


Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth


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1490 Library LaneSt. Helena, CA 94574



  • Storytelling




  • Must be at least 20
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 hours per week

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