Volunteers enjoying Christmas dinner in the historic Domus at the National Motor Museum
A museum volunteer scanning a historic photograph
A volunteer repairs a historic motoring coat

Due to the current Coronavirus situation we are unable to accept new volunteers at the moment. Please do get in touch if you are interested in volunteering in the future and we will get back to you.

Could you be a National Motor Museum Trust Volunteer? We are looking for enthusiastic people to join us.

Our volunteers work either in the Collections Centre or in the Museum, depending on their area of interest.

A volunteer working in the workshop at the National Motor MuseumAs a volunteer you could:

  • Get hands on with our world-class collections and help make our objects and records accessible to a wider audience
  • Carry out research for a number of exciting projects
  • Work in the Museum caring for the vehicles on display and enhancing the experience for our visitors
  • Gain valuable experience and skills in a variety of roles

Volunteers provide us with fantastic support and are an integral part of the National Motor Museum Team. You needn’t be an expert in motoring history to volunteer, just have an enthusiastic and flexible approach. The amount of time each volunteer gives us varies from one to several days per week. Training is provided and many benefits are offered.

Browse the Collections area of the website to find out more about our work.

How do I become a Volunteer?

Before applying to become a volunteer take a look at our Volunteer Policy which sets out the way we work with volunteers and provides guidance on what you can expect from us.

To find out about our latest volunteer opportunities please contact the Volunteer Coordinator using the online form.

If you would like a copy of any of our images, please visit our dedicated Motoring Picture Library website