VOLUNTEER

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MARTIN COUNTY

About Volunteer

Volunteer

BECOME THE HEART OF THE ELLIOTT AND HOUSE OF REFUGE

Fill out our Volunteer application.

Scan and email to our Director of Visitor Services, Amie Smith at asimbritz@elliottmuseum.org

Snail Mail to: Elliott Museum, Attn.  Amie Smith at 825 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 34996.

You may also drop it off at the Front Desk during regular business hours.

Call Amie Smith for more information: at 772-225-1961 ext. 102.

VOLUNTEERS ARE THE HEART OF THE ELLIOTT AND HOUSE OF REFUGE, ENGAGING OUR VISITORS IN EXCITING AND ENRICHING EXPERIENCES.

The Elliott Museum relies on teams of volunteers to help us run our programs, providing customer service to supporting administrative tasks, working with specific audiences, facilitating art experiences, and more. Prospective volunteers should be passionate about art, history, and/or transportation and enjoy interacting with the public.

What is it to be a Volunteer at the Elliott Museum?

Volunteers go through orientation and training programs and may focus on a particular area of interest.

You may cross-train at the Elliott and House of Refuge Museums or work your hours at one of the facilities.

We need volunteers to:

  • Lead tours
  • Act as docents
  • Work in the Museum Stores
  • Help with exhibits
  • Bar tend for special events
  • Work in the Auto Gallery
  • Help with a very wide variety of projects. 

PURCHASE TICKETS TODAY!

Purchase your tickets to the Elliott Museum, House of Refuge Museum, or a Combo package!

HSMC is proud to have two Blue Star Museums!

And admission is always free to Veterans and Military personnel.

Call us for any questions at 772.225.1961


Elliott Museum
Regular Admission


House of Refuge Museum Regular Admission


Elliott Museum & House of Refuge Combo Admission

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Historical Society of Martin County

The Historical Society of Martin County is the parent organization of the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge Museum. As the Elliott Museum wows guests with its renowned car and baseball collections, the House of Refuge showcases what life was like for the Keeper and his family in turn-of-the-century Florida. Both museums showcase a wide variety of exhibits, collections, and lectures, all designed to serve the interests of people who live in and visit Florida’s Treasure Coast.

The Historical Society of Martin County is the parent organization of the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge Museum.