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Adamson House. Photo by Suzanne Guldimann

Adamson House Docent Training: A comprehensive training program for aspiring docents

Adamson House docents are trained volunteers who share the history, art, and architecture of the Adamson House through guided tours. Docents also answer guest questions, staff the Malibu Lagoon Museum, and represent California State Parks.

Join the training program this fall to attend classroom-style lectures with content specialists and hands-on training. Once trained, docents commit to only 8.5 hours of service per month. You can choose your own shifts, Wednesday-Saturday, 10:45am-3:00pm.

The docent training is split into 6 weekly classes from September 20 to November 10. No prior experience necessary. Space is limited. Training fee: $50—this covers membership to Adamson House Foundation, and materials.
Get in touch via: ah.volunteers@parks.ca.gov, or call: 310-456-8432.

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