Margate City, New Jersey - Recreation - Attractions

Attractions

Margate is the home of Lucy the Margate Elephant, the “largest elephant in the world” and is also the oldest remaining example of zoomorphic architecture left in the United States. Over 130 years old, she has been painstakingly restored and is toured by thousands of fans each year.

The Margate Farmers market is held every Thursday during summer months. Shoppers can purchase local produce and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.

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