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Jul 16, 2021

[Answer] What is the country’s oldest roadside attraction?

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...Built in 1881, Lucy the Elephant is believed to be the oldest roadside attraction in the United States. The wooden and tin elephant was first built to entice travelers to come to the Jersey Shore. After narrowly escaping a few attempts to tear her down, Lucy has been restored and still welcomes guests to Margate, along the South Jersey shore.




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Lucy the Elephant:


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