Volunteering at Quebec House

Our volunteers are the cornerstone of the Quebec House; allowing us to properly display our little house of treasures for our visitors to enjoy and learn from. We're looking for special people to join our special place.

If you've got a few hours or even a day to spare then why not get in touch? Here at Quebec House you'll meet people from all walks of life and be part of our friendly team of volunteers. We've listed some of our current volunteer opportunities for you to look at below.

Bookshop Volunteer

We're looking for some warm and welcoming volunteers to help us out in our second hand bookshop once Quebec House reopens again. We need someone to help us restock shelves, take in donations and support our visitors as they browse.

Room Guide

If only these walls could talk! That’s why the volunteer room guides at Quebec House make such a difference. They’re passionate about family stories, art and interiors, and love making people feel at home.

A National Trust volunteer meets people from all walks of life.

Quebec House Room Guide

If you want to help us welcome our visitors to this fascinating house, we'd love to hear from you - even just to chat about the role and what it entails first. Click the link below to find out more and apply.

Tour Guide

If you’re as passionate about places as we are, you’ll know how it feels to want to share that. Our volunteer Tour Guides tell true stories that can make people laugh, gasp or think differently about what makes Quebec House special.

A tour group and guide looking around the house

Tour Guide volunteer

If you're interested in the history of Quebec House, learning more about it and sharing that with others we'd love to hear from you. You don't need to already be an expert, so long as you're confident in telling gripping stories that inspire visitors of all ages and as passionate about our places as we are.

Volunteer stories 

We talked to two of our volunteers here at Quebec House to hear why they wanted to volunteer, what they get up to now they do and why they stay. 

You can read their stories in their own words here.

In their own words