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Erie is a friendly city with classic small town Pennsylvania hospitality and a compact downtown district containing museums, stadiums, restaurants, evening entertainment and is near the only beaches in Pennsylvania at Presque Isle Park. Erie is nestled on the south shore of the Great Lake it is named after and is an important industrial and transportation hub for the northeastern United States. . It is also home to a monument honoring the American commander of the Battle of Lake Erie, and Oliver Hazard Perry.

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The County of Erie covers 803 square miles, bordering the states of New York and Ohio, along with the shores of Lake Erie. Interstates 90 and 79 meet in Erie County, providing easy access to Canada, New York, Ohio and the entire Eastern Seaboard.

As the third largest grape growing area in the United States, Erie boasts many scenic views and vistas, especially along the Seaway Trail and historic Route 6. The Lake Erie Wine Trail offers a beautiful drive along the Lake Erie shore with stops at almost a dozen charming wineries.

A number of lighthouses, each built in the 19th century and open for tours, dot the short stretch of Pennsylvania coastline near Erie. Presque Isle State Park is an island that forms a natural harbor for the city and provides miles of beaches for swimming, nature walks, boating and kayaking. Arts enthusiasts should not miss the Erie Art Museum, which features over 4000 works, including American ceramics and Japanese prints.

The Erie Zoo, situated on 15 acres, features more than 300 animals in natural habitats, with a focus on the African jungle. The recently added Wild Asia exhibit spotlights orangutans, Asian deer, and Asian insects and snakes. A former shipbuilding center, the town spearheaded the construction of war ships for the famous Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812, and visitors can tour a replica of his impressive flagship, the U.S. Brig Niagara, at the Erie Maritime Museum.