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maxrebos
Boston, MA670 contributions
Couples
There are no signs, no arrows, no nothing except a locked gate. This is located not far from the Natural Bridge. Drive north from the Natural Bridge and start looking for the fence on the left. There is enough clearing for two cars parked parallel to the street. Walk around the fence, up about 25 yards and look up the hill to the left. Walk up the hill and poof, there is Foamhenge. It is not an exact replica of the real Stonehenge in England, but close enough to make this a fun visit. You can see it, read the signs, look at Merlin all in less than 30 minutes. Best of all it is free.
Written October 15, 2014
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Piy L
United States11 contributions
Friends
This site absolutely exists and is open, despite naysayers' reviews! We were even told at nearby Natural Bridge that Foamhenge was closed, but just pull through the unmarked white picket fence near where GoogleMaps tells you the site is and park. Walk to the left and be delighted by the highly whimsical, strange, and quirky site! If the gate is locked, park outside and walk around. Worth it. Takes a few minutes. So random.
Written June 8, 2014
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WARDandDA T
Vienna, VA402 contributions
It takes just 15 minutes of your time. Right off the road on your way to Natural Bridge. My husband who has been to the real thing, and was impressed with the likeness. Sad to say, vandalism is already noticeabl. Hope it stays around for others to enjoy.
Written August 12, 2006
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James M
Lexington, VA52 contributions
Foamhenge was dismantled and removed several months ago. The land it was on became part of the Virginia Park System.
Written May 16, 2017
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Songej
Suffern ny35 contributions
What a disappointment! We took 81 instead of 95 from NY just so we could see foam henge and we weren't able to see it except through the trees. Gate was locked up tight.
Written May 3, 2014
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globaltrekster
Virginia Beach, VA855 contributions
Solo
Foamhenge would have been a funny spot for me to visit because I have been to the real Stonehenge in Wiltshire, but the road to get to it is not a road at all. It is unpaved, has deep holes, and is very steep. I decided I like my SUV tires too much to risk going up the side of a hill. This attraction needs to be more safe to get to.
Written October 28, 2012
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ddonattoFL
Punta Gorda, FL109 contributions
I took my kids to see Foamhenge a few years ago. They were too young to appreciate the significance of the structure. Now that they are teens, I thought it would be fun to revisit while we were travelling through the area. But, it is no longer there. I heard they moved it somewhere else.
Written April 27, 2017
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Charlie Ziegler
Hamilton, NJ276 contributions
Family
Heard the land was sold and this is probably the last year open. No signs on road on where to turn - had to ask a local for directions. Please is worn down - but worth a visit if you are passing by.....
Written June 8, 2014
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David S
Billingshurst, UK90 contributions
Family
Just by the side of the road the model of the UK Stonehenge is resplendent in styrofoam. Good fun, free, take a look.
Written May 31, 2013
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bli1220
Eustis, FL306 contributions
Couples
This place no longer exist. Apparently it was taken down few years ago so can no longer visit. There are few of flat rocks remaining but not worth the stop. There are couple hiking trails but did not try them.
Written June 24, 2020
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