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This monument commemorates the victory of Commodore Perry over the British in the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812. Its column reminds us of the struggles the American forces had in defending the U.S. from the British.
This is a nice area to walk and view Lake Erie and learn about the history of the area. We enjoyed our visit here. Make sure to go back from the end of the peninsula on the opposite side that you came to the monument...More
A very uninteresting looking monument for a man who ensured victory over the British during the War of 1812.
It stands in a lovely place on Presque Isle.
Looks like it should have water around base but was empty.
Still nice tribute.
How do you rate a monument? It is an impressive tribute to Admiral Perry. The grounds are beautiful with shade trees, picnic tables, and benches. There are nice views of downtown Erie across the bay. During the summer season you can board the Lady Kate...More
The Perry Monument is a location on the bay side of Presque Isle that overlooks Misery Bay. There is a tour boat, Lady Kate, that departs from this location for a tour of the lake. The monument is surrounded by many shade trees that makes...More
If you are not familiar with the Erie exploits of Captain Oliver Hazard Perry this will give you a good introduction. The exhibit concentrates on Perry's time in Erie during the war of 1812, covering the time from his being given command of protecting Erie...More