Bell County Museum
Do you have a love of history and/or education? Do you enjoy working and engaging with kids of all ages? The Bell County Museum is in need of tour guides for school group tours!
School group tours are offered to schools throughout Bell County Tuesday through Friday each week with start times from 9:00-11:00am. Each tour is approximately 1-2 hours long. Tour guides are needed to guide students through the exhibits on display at the museum. All guides will receive in-depth information and training on the exhibits and history to gain confidence and comfort leading tours. The schedule for tour guides is flexible and the experience is so much fun!
If you would love to join us, please sign up to be a volunteer today! Volunteer applications are available online at www.bellcountymuseum.org.
In light of current events, in-person tours are not currently being conducted. However, if field trips resume later this spring, there will be many school groups wanting to visit the museum and a great need for tour guides to engage with the students. All visitors, volunteers, and staff are required to wear masks and all school groups will have a limited number of visitors to allow for social distancing and sanitation for the safety of everyone.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Bell County Museum
201 N Main St, Belton, TX 76513, US
The Bell County Museum exists to engage and educate the community by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the prehistoric and historic heritage of Bell County.
The museum was established in 1991 and is housed in a Carnegie Library. Located in downtown Belton, TX, the museum is a wonderful source for Bell County history, archaeology, culture, and interactive activities. The many exhibits of the museum include Gateway to Gault, Passport through Time: Bell County History, the Chisholm Trail, an 1850's log cabin, and a variety of traveling exhibits that display local and national history!