The Bob Bullock Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is named for the state’s 38th Lieutenant Governor, Bob Bullock, who championed the preservation and exhibition of Texas history and worked to establish the museum that opened in 2001.

Become a part of a dynamic and valued volunteer team. Choose how you’d like to share your time and expertise.

Give a big Texas hello to Museum visitors from all over the world. Provide general visitor information and orientation to the galleries. Be the first point of contact in helping adults, families, and school groups create a meaningful and memorable visit to the Bullock Museum.

There are a lot of good things that come from being a volunteer at the Bullock Museum. You’ll meet other great volunteers and visitors, spend interesting days in beautiful surroundings, and you’ll probably learn a few things along the way. There’s also a complimentary annual Museum membership that offers free exhibition admission, free parking, and invitations to sneak previews of exhibitions, educational programs, and some IMAX® Theatre films. And that’s not even mentioning the special volunteer parties and awards! Of course, there are a few requirements for receiving these great opportunities and benefits. You have to: 1) commit to a regularly scheduled weekly shift (accommodations can be made for personal plans), 2) attend interesting and well-presented continuing education and enrichment sessions, and 3) be over 18.

 

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