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The Elliott Museum is a special collections museum in Stuart, Florida. It is best described as a venue that celebrates innovation, creativity, and ingenuity, and how these things have helped change lives and make history.

Also commonly known as The Elliott, the Elliott Museum started out in 1961. It was built by Harmon Elliott as a personal tribute to his father, Sterling Elliott, both of which are noted inventors with 222 patents under their belts combined. It was later turned over to the Historical Society of Martin County, however. It features a wide range of different displays, mostly decorative art pieces, furniture, vintage cars, and baseball memorabilia which are tied together by the fact that they celebrate the Golden Age of American creativity, as well as local and regional history.
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