Perry's Cave Entrance on South Bass Island Art Print
A Museum Quality Art Print of the Entrance to Perry's Cave in Ohio. This cavern lies 52 feet below the surface of South Bass Island in Lake Erie. The discovery of the cave in 1813 is credited to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the hero of the Battle of Lake Erie. This scene shows the building which is at the entrance to the cave, it is an attractive long building covered with wooden siding painted brown. A huge front porch goes along the length of the building with benches, pop machines and etc. This is where you go to buy your tickets and souvenirs for the Perry Cave. Picture #246 an original archival photographic print.