Welcome to the Elliott Museum
The Elliott Museum enriches the community through its wide variety of exhibits, collections, classes and lectures, all designed to serve the interests of the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast.
There is something for everyone here. You will find a significant collection of classic cars, trucks, bicycles and boats; baseball memorabilia; local history; Americana; a variety of art; a tribute to actress Frances Langford; and even a Foucault pendulum.
The Museum’s Changing Exhibition Gallery is currently in transition. Please enjoy our permanent exhibitions until December 16, 2016.
5-County Juried Art & Photography Exhibition.
Dec 16, 2016-
Jan 28, 2017
National Geographic 50 Greatest Photographs
February 4-June 4, 2017
UPCOMING LECTURES & PROGRAMS
Exhibition Opening, Reception for Florida’s Wild: A Juried Art Show, Friday December 16, 2016, 5 to 7 PM. $5 admission. Munchies and cash bar.
Curators & Cocktails , Reception and Lecture, “The Forward Look:” Virgil Exner and Chrysler in the 1960s” by Associate Car Curator John Giltinan, Thursday January 12, 2017, 5:30 PM. $30 per lecture. RSVP by phone to Amie Smith at 772-225-1961, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Literature Lecture, The Multiple Voices of Literature: What They Say and What They Mean, Lecture and cash bar, “Poetic Gems: Great Poems and their Meaning–Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Whitman, Dickinson, Eliot, Frost and Others” by Robert Van Dellen, Thursday, January 26, 2017, 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Regular admission; Members Free. RSVP to Amie Smith by phone at 772-225-1961 or by email email@example.com.
Special Guided Tours
and Gallery Talks
Join Associate Car Curator John Giltinan, or one of his able assistants, for a guided tour of the auto galleries and garage every Thursday at 11 am. Meet at the front desk.
Most Fridays at 11 am, join docents Joan Murphy or Ken Hawman for a guided tour of the entire museum. Meet at the front desk. Multi-language tours may be available at this time.
Most Sundays at 1 pm, join docent Frank Spera in the Baseball Gallery. He will charm you with stories about baseball plays and players.