You can make an incredibly valuable contribution to our work
Volunteering at Royal Museums Greenwich is a great way to develop your skills while supporting us and enhancing the experience of our visitors.
Do you have some free time and enjoy helping people? Are you interested in ships, seafarers and how the oceans have shaped our history? Or do astronomy, art or architecture float your boat?
If so, you might like to apply to become part of our dedicated team of volunteers.
If you have any queries about volunteering, please contact the Volunteer Office:
Tel: 44 (0)20 8312 6543 (this number is only for enquiries about volunteering)
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.
Please note: All volunteers must be at least 18 years old. If your application is successful we may need you to complete a Disclosure for security clearance.
We are looking to take on board a small team of enthusiastic Community Garden Support Volunteers. This position will support the development and maintenance of our collection inspired community driven garden at The Prince Philip Maritime Collection Centre, in Kidbrooke. This is a voluntary position which is suited for passionate gardening enthusiasts.
- Thursdays (9am-12pm) gardening with 8 children from a local primary school
- Fridays (12.30pm-2.30pm) gardening with 4-6 adults with special educational needs
- Community Garden Day (all day) twice a year
To ensure the garden can reach its fullest potential we recommend a commitment of minimum 3 months.
Read more & apply