Welcome to Perry's Victory
Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial was established to honor those who fought in the Battle of Lake Erie, during the War of 1812, and to celebrate the long-lasting peace between Britain, Canada and the U.S. The Memorial, a Doric column, rising 352 feet over Lake Erie is situated 5 miles from the longest undefended border in the world.
Learn more about the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie here.Read More
Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial has moved into the 21st Century and can be found on Facebook and Twitter.Read More
Long Range Interpretative Plan
The Long Range Interpretative Plan along with other park planning documents are available online.Read More
Did You Know?
Six officers killed in the Battle of Lake Erie, September 10, 1813 were re-interred in Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial on September 11, 1913. American officers, John Brooks, Henry Laub, and John Clark. British officers, Robert Finnis, John Garland, and James Garden.