Develop your skills while contributing to our work and enhancing our visitors' experience. See all current volunteering opportunities at the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen's House below.
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Victorious Volunteer. America's Cup Race off Sandy Hook, Sept 30th 1887 between the American sloop Volunteer and the Scotch Cutter Thistle... Sloop Volunteer of Royal Eastern Yacht Club. Designer Edward Burgess. Cutter Thistle Clyde Yacht Club....
Costume of the Royal Navy & Marines. Volunteers of the First Class, and Volunteer of the Second Class (uniform)
Hand-coloured.; Plate 14. Depicts clothing, outerwear: uniform, volunteer's [Royal navy].
To the Officers and Corps of Volunteers of Cowes, This View of West Cowes with the Volunteers on the Parade...
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Volunteering at Royal Museums Greenwich is a great way to develop your skills while supporting us and enhancing the experience of our visitors.
As a museum we’re growing, with many ambitious and exciting projects, and we’re looking for conservation volunteers to join us on this voyage.
Would you like to work on an inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Site, including four unique and fascinating attractions – National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen’s House?
Join a team of young volunteers to explore Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site this summer.