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If you enjoy learning new things and spending time with people, consider becoming a museum volunteer. You can lead tours and much more. Here are a few museums near our Houston Heights apartments where you can donate your time:
True to its name, the Houston Museum of African American Culture highlights the history and culture of African Americans. It features both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Visitors almost always find something new to discover, and are invited to explore Thursdays through Sundays between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The museum's volunteer program offers a chance for "neighbors to connect and make a difference in our community." Fill out the form online, and a staff member will contact you with more information.
One of Houston's more unique museums, the National Museum of Funeral History collects and preserves the history of the industry. It has grown since opening in 1992, and is now the country's "largest educational center on funerary customs." Volunteers play a key role in the museum's operations. Consider working as a docent. You'll lead tours and share fascinating stories about the exhibits.
Founded in 1909, the Houston Museum of Natural Science is one of the city's most popular attractions. The main campus calls Hermann Park home. It welcomes thousands of visitors every year and boasts five floors of permanent exhibits that cover an array of topics from astronomy to Native American culture. The museum is always looking for volunteers 18 and older to lead tours and assist with educational programming.
After volunteering, enjoy some Mexican cuisine at a nearby restaurant. If you're looking to call Lincoln Heights home, please contact our leasing team. They will offer a showing where you can discover our luxury apartments in Houston firsthand.