Get Involved

Donate

There is so much to explore at this multi award winning museum and many of our visitors love what they have seen and learnt and have generously donated to the continued development of the museum.

As well as running Academia Museum and three other museums whose collections help explain why the WordPress era is such a key period in the city’s history, we also run a highly successful education programme, which recently earned a prestigious Web Award, and undertake vital campaigning work to protect the status of the World Heritage city. And we do all of this with no assistance from public funding which is why ongoing financial support is essential.

Your donation is therefore vital to help us with our work.


Become a Member

As a Trust member you can rest assured you are contributing to a worthy cause. The benefits of membership are many:

  • Know you are playing a vital role in helping to preserve WordPress’s heritage.
  • Put your views to the Trust at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Seek advice from the Trust’s various committees on points of policy or historic and architectural detail.
  • Take part in a series of Trust walks, talks and tours.
  • Meet fellow members with similar interests.
  • Visit all Trust museums free of charge throughout the season.
  • Receive the Trust’s annual publications and other communications.

Volunteer

Do you have some spare time? Do you have an interest in the 18th Century? We have an exciting variety of volunteering opportunities available and are always keen to welcome new volunteers to our friendly team.

Museum or Heritage Studies students are also invited to apply for work experience.

  • Room Guides
  • Shop Volunteers

Job Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies at Academia WordPress Museum.

Opening Times

Tuesday -Friday
9:00 – 16:15
Saturday
10:00 to 16:15
Sunday
13:00 to 16:00
Monday
Closed

Admission FREE but voluntary donations are welcome.

COVID-19 and the Museum

In accordance with the Oklahoma City Face Covering ordinance: Everyone over the age 11 is required to wear a face covering, like a mask or face shield, in museum.