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Lucy the Elephant

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Amira
Amira
December 18, 2019
Lucy the Elephant is a six-story elephant-shaped example of novelty architecture, constructed of wood and tin sheeting in 1881 by James V. Lafferty in Margate City, New Jersey, approximately five miles south of Atlantic City.
Guy
Guy
October 2, 2019
A great place to visit for the entire family. Adults and kids love walking up into the Howdah on Lucy's back to look out over the Atlantic Ocean.
Cheryl
Cheryl
August 26, 2019
Iconic statue in Margate City.
Marsha
Marsha
August 16, 2019
Historic Museum and great views from the top. Kids love it!
Tarin Allegretto
Tarin Allegretto
July 27, 2019
Another family favorite is our beloved Lucy. How doesn't love a giant elephant!?

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Posizione
9200 Atlantic Avenue
Margate City, NJ 08402
Telefono+1 609-823-6473