The Bicentennial Tower looking towards the bay on State Street.
|Owner||Erie–Western Pennsylvania Port Authority|
|Antenna spire||187 feet (57 m)|
|Top floor||137 feet (42 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Weber Murphy Fox, Inc.|
|Main contractor||Perry Construction Group, Inc|
The Bicentennial Tower is an observation tower located in Erie, Pennsylvania and features panoramic views of Lake Erie, Presque Isle State Park, and downtown Erie. The tower was built to signify the city's bicentennial year 1996. It is 187 feet (57 m) tall and has 2 observation decks.  It's located at the end of State Street on Dobbins Landing.
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