America's Stonehenge


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Visitors explore chambers, prehistoric art, and an alpaca habitat as they learn about this 4,000-year-old megalithic settlement

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America’s Stonehenge

A maze of megalithic chambers and hallways made by man more than 4,000 years ago nestles into the snow- or moss-covered woods at America’s Stonehenge. Guests meander along a trail, marveling at one of the oldest constructions in the United States, complete with inscriptions, eating areas, and evidence of prehistoric art classes. Explorers delve into Stonehenge's history, learning about its use as an accurately aligned astronomical calendar, its role in the Underground Railroad, and the theories about who actually built it. Nearby, eight fuzz balls graze in the alpaca habitat, offering up skeins of yarn spun from their fluffy locks. Winter months coat the site's 105 sprawling acres with crunchy layers of snow, perfect for adventurous snowshoe outings or piggybacking on a snowman.

Customer Reviews

Go with an open mind, even if you don't believe in all the history around it. We had a fun walk in the woods and it was interesting to imagine what all the structures might have been a long time ago.
Sheri S. · July 27, 2015
A flashlight is helpful for viewing deeper chambers and stone glyphs.
Scott C. · July 25, 2015
This was very interesting and we enjoyed our time here! I would suggest wearing sneakers and also going on a cool day!
Linda L. · July 20, 2015

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