Volunteer at Woolsthorpe Manor
Our volunteers make all the difference to how visitors experience Woolsthorpe Manor. We wouldn’t be able to bring the story of Isaac Newton to life without them. Together we can communicate the worldwide significance of Newton’s work and ensure the whole site is preserved for generations to come.
Volunteers are welcome from all areas of the community for both regular and one off volunteering; bring your skills, learn new ones and be part of a team that is passionate about Woolsthorpe Manor. You don’t need to be a Newton expert to get involved!
So whether you have an interest in history, are enthusiatic about science, a love of serving cake or green fingers, there are opportunities to get involved with our work here.
Ways to get involved
Science volunteers of all ages bring their knowledge and enthusiasm to inspire visitors to learn more about Newton and his scientific legacy. Our volunteers might be found demonstrating Newton's work through interactive exhibits in the Science Centre, assisting with school groups, doing pop up science, giving talks or hosting science tours in the Manor.
Room Guides welcome free flow visitors and share the stories of Isaac Newton, his science, the Manor and his family. The stewards help visitors have more enjoyable and insightful visit.
What was it like to be a Natural Philosopher in the 17th Century? What did Isaac Newton discover at Woolsthorpe Manor? Learning Team Volunteers share the story of Isaac Newton with young visitors, schools and families through tours or hands on science activities.