Join the team!

We have many ways in which you can volunteer and we would love to hear from you. Our team of over 120 dedicated volunteers is growing and supports us in everything we do.  We can offer volunteer opportunities in collections documentation, gallery guiding, education, community events, in our Archive & Library and front of house and more. There is a role to suit all kinds of skills and whatever your background or experience, we are sure that you will find volunteering at the Wiltshire Museum to be a worthwhile experience.  Please visit our Volunteer Roles page for more details of the opportunities available.

If you would like to be part of our team and help us in the work that we do, then please do get in touch and contact Heather Ault, Assistant Curator & Volunteer Co-ordinator at heather.ault@wiltshiremuseum.org.uk /tel: 01380 727369 for more details and an application form.

     

Latest news

Dr Paul Robinson, FSA. As we at the Museum remember him. Image courtesy of Diane Robinson

Exhibition in tribute to Curator Dr Paul Robinson

Opening on 12 May is our next exhibition ‘Telling Wiltshire’s Story: 30 years of support from Art Fund’. The exhibition

The oldest depiction of Stonehenge in the Wiltshire Museum’s collection. Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, watercolour from 1784, by Joshua Gosselin.

A303 Stonehenge – WANHS draft response

Highways England recently announced a consultation on proposals for the A303 at Stonehenge, including a tunnel. The Society Trustees set

On now

The oldest depiction of Stonehenge in the Wiltshire Museum’s collection. Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, watercolour from 1784, by Joshua Gosselin.

Telling Wiltshire’s Story: 30 Years of Support from Art Fund

Over the last 30 years, Art Fund has generously contributed £50,000 to help purchase many…

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