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The Ainsley House in Campbell is recruiting for Docents and Greeters

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ORGANIZATION: Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House

  • 18 people are interested

Join us and become part of history!

The Ainsley House Museum in downtown Campbell is seeking enthusiastic volunteers to serve as Docents and Greeters, ensuring the Ainsley House remains open for public tours.

As a Docent, you'll lead guided tours through the 1925 historic home of JC Ainsley, one of the Santa Clara Valley's pioneering fruit canners. Meanwhile, Greeters will welcome visitors inside the Carriage House and manage the Museum Gift Shop.

We operate Fridays through Sundays, 11 am to 3 pm, and offer flexible scheduling with just one shift per month required. Training is provided for all volunteers.

In addition to the satisfaction of preserving local history, volunteers enjoy perks such as discounts in the Museum gift shop, special event invitations, and even volunteer field trips to other museums, along with potluck socials.

Please contact Museum Supervisor Kerry Perkins at kerryp@campbellca.gov for more information.

Please note: Volunteers must be 18 years or older to participate.

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About Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House


51 N. Central Ave, Campbell, CA 95008, US

Mission Statement

Interpret and preserve the history of the Campbell area from its early beginnings to today and to relate that history within the context of the Santa Clara Valley region.


Located in downtown Historic Downtown Campbell, the Campbell Historical Museum is located in Campbell's first Fire Station. Changing exhibits about Home Life, Recreation, Work and Community provide insights into the daily life experiences of Campbell's past. Unique hands-on features at each exhibit will engage and intrigue. The Ainsley House was built in 1925 by John Colpitts Ainsley, a canning and agricultural pioneer. Its distinctive, wooden shingled roof resembling a thatch roof and its English Tudor design with Arts and Crafts influences make it a unique, Historic Home that helps us relive the 20's and 30's. Originally located on the corner of Bascom and Hamilton,

the house was moved in 1989 and re-opened in 1994 to the public


Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture, Community, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


The Ainsley House300 Grant StCampbell, CA 95008



  • Transactions
  • Group Facilitation
  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Relationship Building
  • History




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We ask for one shift per month (4 hours) if possible but can be flexible. The Ainsley House is open for tours Friday-Sunday, 11 am -3 pm

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