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Stonehenge II

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Edward wrote a review Oct 19
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If you can't visit the real one, in England, then this one will have to do. If you are close by it's worth 30 minutes of your time. If you are more than an hour and half away, not worth the detour if you have other things planned.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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crusadercc wrote a review Oct 10
Georgetown, Texas725 contributions136 helpful votes
A not-quite scale replica of what a complete Stonehenge would have been. But unlike the real thing, you can actually get right up to the "stones". Definitely worth a stop, especially since there are other sights to check out here on the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TexasTravelbug50 wrote a review Sep 2020
Texas67 contributions27 helpful votes
Not a whole lot going on, tho to be fair we visit during the pandemic so some activities were not in place. You can see this place in 10 mins, including the art center. We did go back to watch the live theatre show which the weather was great and the show was cheesy, not worth the money. But it goes to a cause so that was ok. I can say I went.....not sure if I would make this a focal point of a trip tho.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Lei.M wrote a review Sep 2020
Austin, Texas11 contributions
I went at the beginning of September, the visit overall was great! There is some huge trees right next to it. The Guadalupe rover is there too, it is a really pretty place for a picnic and some cute pictures! Go ahead and visit it!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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retphcs wrote a review Aug 2020
Donna, Texas526 contributions64 helpful votes
Spent some time in the car this morning heading over to Ingram, Texas to see a Hills Country attraction. I can’t believe that I spent the money in 2014 to go to see Stone Hedge in England when an almost full-size complete model was right here in Texas. Back in 1989 Al Shepperd was given a limestone slab by his friend Doug Hill which was left over from a patio project. Al took the slab, stood it on end, and an art project took hold. Over the next few years Stone Hedge 2 took place on Shepard’s property in Hunt, Tx. After visiting Easter Island, Shepperd added two 13-ft. tall Easter Island heads a year and a half later. Sheppard passed away in 1994 and his art project needed a new home. The Hill Country Arts Foundation purchased Stone Hedge 2, along with the two Easter Island Heads and had it all transported to their new home in Ingram. There is a nice shade tree with a picnic table right next to the monument. Great place to have a picnic lunch and plenty of room for the kids to run. It is handicap accessible. Access is free and there is a gift shop on the property if you care to make a donation to the foundation.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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