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.




NOW SHOWING

 

COMING SOON!

 

UPCOMING LECTURES & PROGRAMS

RSVP for all Lectures & Special Events: call 772-225-1961 or email RSVP@ElliottMuseum.org

 

February 23rd, 11:30am-1: 30 pm – Benefit Luncheon Lecture: History in the Making – A Journey through America’s Everglades with conservation photographer and author, Mac Stone.  Sponsored by Wilmington Trust  Click for details.

March 8th, 5:30-7:30 pm – Curators & Cocktails: Associate Car Curator John Giltinan will talk about Franklin cars. Details & RSVP.

March 14th, 7-8 pm–Lecture and Presentation: Patrick Smith’s Florida is A Land Remembered with Rick Smith. Regular admission; Members free.

March 15th, 7-8:30 pm–Lecture: Troubled Waters–The St. Lucie River Estuary with John Nelson. Last of three-part series featuring role of environmental pioneers forewarning about the coming environmental disaster. Regular admission; Members free. Sponsored by Wilmington Trust and WQCS 88.9 FM.

 

Special Guided Tours
and Gallery Talks

Join Associate Car Curator John Giltinan, or one of his able assistants, for a behind-the-scenes guided tour of the Auto Collection and Garage most Thursdays at 11am. Meet at the front desk at 10:55am.  Tour included with regular admission; Members free.

Most Thursdays between 11 am and 3 pm, join docent Frank Spera in the Baseball Gallery. He will charm you with stories about baseball plays and players, and challenge your baseball trivia knowledge.  Included with regular admission; Members free.

Most Wednesdays between 12 Noon and 3 pm, volunteers will be available to help researchers use the Thurlow Library and Archives containing local history and special subject books and archival materials. Included with regular admission; Members free.