Tiffany Windows Education Center

351 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116

Date Posted:
June 26, 2019

Eastern Massachusetts



Volunteer Museum Tour Guide for Tiffany Windows Tours


The Tiffany Windows Education Center at Arlington Street Church is looking for volunteers to assist us this summer season as we open our doors to tourists and visitors. Arlington Street Church houses one of the most unique and incredible collections of Tiffany stained glass windows and will be open May-October for tours and events. We are recruiting friendly individuals to help us meet our growing visitor base and help support the expansion of our tour programs.

Volunteer Tour Guides will conduct historical tours of our building and collection of Tiffany windows. Tours usually last around twenty minutes but can be longer if the tour guide desires. Historical information, script, and training will be provided.

We have several shifts we currently need filled:

Thursdays 10am-12:30pm

Fridays 10am-12:30pm

Sundays: 1-4pm (every other Sunday)

With a direct view of the Boston Public Garden, the option to read or work on your own projects in your downtime, and flexible scheduling, this is a great volunteer opportunity for those looking to gain experience in the fields of art and public history, or those looking to spend their time among beautiful art and architecture.

Hours of operation are Sundays 1-4pm. Mondays-Saturdays 10am-3pm, closed Tuesdays.

*Potential for internships and larger opportunities for college/graduate students if interested

No experience necessary, but comfort with public speaking a must. 
How To Apply:
To apply please email Alissa Butler at
Apply by:
October 01, 2019
About this Organization:
The Tiffany Windows Education Center at Arlington Street Church works to share with in-person and online visitors its incredible collection of Tiffany windows. It is a program of The Foundation for the Preservation of 20 Arlington Street, a non-sectarian charity created in 2016 to restore the Church’s landmark building and share its historic and artistic legacy with the public.