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Lucy the Elephant


9200 Atlantic Avenue
Margate, NJ 08402
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Lucy the Elephant


(??.? miles from you)

9200 Atlantic Avenue
Margate, NJ 08402
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Along the Margate City skyline in New Jersey, visitors will see an unusual sight, one of a large wooden elephant. Boasting a long history, Lucy the Elephant stands in Margate City today as a historical landmark and is

Lucy the Elephant dates back to 1881 when architect James Lafferty gained a patent to gain exclusive right to design and make animal shaped building. Lucy stands at six stories tall, is about 60 feet long and weighs about 90 tons.

Lucy served as the site for restaurants and stores until she was dubbed a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and has since become a much beloved part of the community. Today visitors can explore her unique architecture on their own or with a tour guide.

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Why You Should Go...

Along the Margate City skyline in New Jersey, visitors will see an unusual sight, one of a large wooden elephant. Boasting a long history, Lucy the Elephant stands in Margate City today as a historical landmark and is a center point of the city’s charm and culture.

Lucy the Elephant dates back to 1881 when architect James Lafferty gained a patent to gain exclusive right to design and make animal shaped building. Lucy stands at six stories tall, is about 60 feet long and weighs about 90 tons.

Lucy served as the site for restaurants and stores until she was dubbed a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and has since become a much beloved part of the community. Today visitors can explore her unique architecture on their own or with a tour guide.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Discounts: Children, Military

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Gift Shop

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Why You Should Go...

Along the Margate City skyline in New Jersey, visitors will see an unusual sight, one of a large wooden elephant. Boasting a long history, Lucy the Elephant stands in Margate City today as a historical landmark and is a center point of the city’s charm and culture.

Lucy the Elephant dates back to 1881 when architect James Lafferty gained a patent to gain exclusive right to design and make animal shaped building. Lucy stands at six stories tall, is about 60 feet long and weighs about 90 tons.

Lucy served as the site for restaurants and stores until she was dubbed a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and has since become a much beloved part of the community. Today visitors can explore her unique architecture on their own or with a tour guide.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Discounts: Children, Military

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Gift Shop

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