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Kentucky's Stonehenge

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Dewayne P wrote a review Jun 2020
Elizabethtown, Kentucky1,140 contributions284 helpful votes
I have been wanting to go for some time so figured why not and took the drive down in couple with the Civil War battlefield to do both on the same trip. This is on a private property where the family has a roundabout with parking for spectators to view the attraction. I was amazed someone would go to the trouble building it but it is a unique landscaping for sure.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Corby L wrote a review Apr 2020
18 contributions2 helpful votes
I never had any interest in the. Real Stonehenge but after living less than an hour away for 40 years from KY Stonehenge and never having heard of it, we decided to take the short drive once we found out about it. We were impressed that a couple would go to all this trouble because they liked the original so much. It is definitely worth seeing. There are also little Rock gardens with frogs and rabbits and angels.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Indy-ND wrote a review Oct 2019
South Bend, Indiana3,074 contributions428 helpful votes
Again, it's a Roadside Attraction in somebody's yard, but that shouldn't stop you from checking it out on a roadtrip passing through. I parked at the end of the driveway, but then noticed there was a little round about with a parking sign, so I pulled up. I just walked around and checking it out and took pictures. They have done a lot more than just Stonehenge. There was much more to look at and even more across the street. I wouldn't call this a must see place by any means, but it is a curiosity that's worth a stop if you are in the area. I'm glad I stopped.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tiffany A wrote a review Jul 2019
Opp, Alabama1,497 contributions166 helpful votes
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Definitely more interesting than my yard, and probably yours too. As one of only about a dozen 'henges around the country, (some stone, some constructed of other materials,) it's a must-see for any lovers of quirky attractions who come to or pass through the area. If you're going to the Amish bakery/grocery from the Mammoth Cave/Cave City area, you're almost in Munfordville anyway.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Beard On The Run wrote a review Jun 2019
Ashland, Kentucky47 contributions4 helpful votes
This was another odd stop on our "Gypsy Vacation", a trip that we just bounced from place to place with no real plan. You literally pull into this persons driveway and get out. The rocks are in their yard. It's so weird, yet really neat. It's so quiet and a beautiful distraction. If you are heading to one of the caves, or battlefields...or one of the other nearby attractions, it is worth the stop to check out this as well. It won't take a long time. Maybe an hour. It is outside, so prepare/plan accordingly.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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