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Lucy the Elephant

9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate City

Tour for Two Adults and Optionally Two Children of Lucy the Elephant (35% Off)

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Tour the six-story elephant-shaped building, which was built in 1881 and is now on the National Park Registry of Historical Landmarks

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4 ratings4 reviews
36 minutes ago
It’s a really fun National Historic Monument to tour!
6 ratings6 reviews
2 days ago
it is worth the price and the experience is magic. being on the oldest roadside attraction in US
July 28, 2020
Fun to see and go inside a childhood memory!
4 ratings2 reviews
July 28, 2020
What a nice experience!
1 ratings1 reviews
July 25, 2020
Such a great Margate landmark! The kids loved it and can’t wait to go back.
1 ratings1 reviews
July 25, 2020
My Family enjoy Lucy it was in a beautiful location next to restaurants and the Beach. We enjoyed our visit.
3 ratings1 reviews
July 25, 2020
We have always wanted to go on the Lucy tour and so glad we did. What a wonderful treasure to have here in Margate!
6 ratings3 reviews
July 23, 2020
Great tour guide.
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What You'll Get

Choose Between Two Options

  • $11 for admission and a tour for two adults ages 13 and up ($17 value)
  • $17 for admission and a tour for two adults and two children ($25 value)

Visitors take a tour of the six-story-high novelty building Lucy the Elephant. On the tour they learn about the elephant-shaped building’s history and unique architecture, as well as climb a spiral staircase up to the howdah on the elephant’s back. There, visitors get a 360-degree glimpse of the shore.

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Read how Lucy the Elephant became a Jersey Shore icon by avoiding its own demise.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 150 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Lucy the Elephant

In 1881, arriving by water or rail, visitors to the Jersey Shore met a rather startling sight: an elephant, trunk lowered in a feeding position, towering six stories high. The elephant–shaped building, nicknamed "Lucy," was designed to attract prospective real-estate buyers to Margate, New Jersey. The brainchild of the elephant, James V. Lafferty Jr., actually had designed three gigantic elephants, but by 1969, only a derelict Lucy was left. Thanks to the dedicated Save Lucy Committee, which formed in 1970, the landmark—now listed on the National Park Registry of Historical Landmarks—reopened in 1974.

Constructed from wood and metal, Lucy weighs 90 tons; her ears each weigh 2,000 pounds alone. Every 30 minutes, guided tours enter the spiral stairway in her hind legs, which climbs through her insides up to the howdah on her back. This perch affords a stunning 360-degree view of Josephine Harron Park and the surrounding shore, where beachgoers sunbathe, splash in the water, and struggle to pay the mortgage on their sandcastles.

Lucy the Elephant

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