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    Perry's Victory & International Peace

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  • Memorial Closed

    The Memorial Column and Observation Deck are currently closed due to restoration. The Memorial reopen for the weekends of Oct. 18 – 19, Oct. 25 – 26 and Nov. 1 – 2, contingent on the restoration process. The Visitor Center is open until Nov. 2. More »

Plan Your Visit

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Welcome to Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial on South Bass Island in Put-in-Bay, Ohio. South Bass Island has been an ideal stopping point for boaters ever since Native Americans "put in at the bay" during their many journeys across the lake. The area is known for its walleye fishing, eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and nightly entertainment.


Directions
Access to the island is by plane or by a ferry boat ride.

Operating Hours & Seasons
The memorial and Visitor Center are scheduled to open May 17 - October 4 2014.

Fees & Reservations
The Perry's Victory Visitor Center is free and open to the public during operating hours. The fee to travel to the top of the memorial column is $3 per adult.

Things To Do
Our Things To Do page features links and information that tell people about activities available to them in the park through the season.

Lake Erie Islands
Information regarding the Lake Erie Islands is provided through this link. If you are looking for other things to see and do while in the area many of the possibilities are covered here.

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Ranger-led Programs
Enjoy a ranger-led talk and learn about Perry's Victory. Read More>>

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Bicentennial Events
Find out more about the 200th anniversary of The Battle of Lake Erie. Read More>>

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Park Brochure
To see Perry's Victory park brochure Click Here>>

Did You Know?

Dean Mosher's painting of Oliver Hazard Perry

The phrase emblazoned on Perry’s flag, “Dont give up the ship” were not Perry’s words, but the dying utterance of U.S. Captain James Lawrence. Lawrence, a good friend of Perry, was killed commanding the U.S.S. Chesapeake in an action with the British ship H.M.S. Shannon on June 1, 1813.