Street Address
825 NE Ocean Blvd.
Stuart, FL 34996
Mailing Address
825 NE Ocean Blvd.
Stuart, FL 34996
phone: 772-225-1961
fax: 772-225-2333
Elliott Museum
Monday - Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday1 PM - 4 PM
Closed Easter Sunday, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Adult $8.00 Child (5-12) $4.00 Children under 5 years are admitted free Free for Historical Society of Martin County Members
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Jennifer Esler, President and CEO
Osvaldo Monzon, Deputy Director
phone: 772-225-1961 x112
Amy Martin, Director of Finance
phone: 772-225-1961 x103
Amy Christensen, Development Manager
phone: 772-225-1961 x110
Sandy Newville, Director of Education
phone: 772-225-1961 x111
Lavaine Wrigley, Collections/Exhibition Coordinator
phone: 772-225-1961 x108
Lisa Newman, Manager of Visitor Services
phone: 772-225-1961 x107
Wendy Nelson, Finance Administrator
phone: 772-225-1961 x106
Maria De La Vega, Front desk Manager
phone: 772-225-1961 x107


The Elliott Museum celebrates creativity, ingenuity and innovation. Namesake, Sterling Elliott, invented things that impact and enhance our lives even today. A social reformer, he was also a civil rights and women's rights activist as well as a lobbyist. The Elliott preserves local and Florida history and houses the largest collection of signed baseball memorabilia outside of Cooperstown. Sterling Elliott's contribution to the automobile industry is seen in the museum's vintage automobile collection. The museum is also home of the Historical Society of Martin County and its archives, a repository of photos and documents on this area of Florida. The museum is open from 10AM-4PM Monday through Saturday, 1PM-4Pm on Sunday. For more information call 772-225-1961.


Mission Statement: The Elliott Museum The mission of the Elliott Museum is to interpret and celebrate the genius of innovation, creativity and the historical events in Martin County and the surrounding region all within an environment of learning and discovery.


Built in 1961 by Harmon Elliott, the museum stands as a celebration to Harmon's father, Sterling Elliott. Together, father and son held 222 patents. Among the inventions attributed to Sterling are the pneumatic tire, what we now know as rack and pinion steering, the paper cup, addressing machines and the women's bicycle. Today, the Elliott Museum stands on the edge of an expanded and improved celebration of creativity, the preservation of history and the nurturing of the arts. A new $18 million museum is planned with construction beginning in early 2010.


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Access: General Public

Appointment required: Yes


Wheelchair Accessible




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