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“Not terrible.”

America's Stonehenge
Ranked #2 of 8 things to do in Salem
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Owner description: Formerly known as Mystery Hill, this unusual site contains many ancient rock structures "built" by humans.
Reviewed July 7, 2013

I brought my teen daughter here but there wasn't much to see. There were some interesting caves, rock walls, astrological stones, and it was a nice short walk through the woods. They also offer snowshoeing with trails that I would try out if I lived closer. It was a self guided tour and things were well marked. It was interesting but as a lover of history I didn't think there was much to see here.

Thank Barbara H
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Reviewed July 7, 2013

This was an interesting place to spend an afternoon. If you like history and muster... This is your place! There is a little spot for kids to dig for treasure, which is very cute. The alpacas were not that exciting, but some who have never seen them might enjoy it. I love photography and took some cool pictures of the ruins. I think you could spend and enjoyable 2 hour visit here, but aren't that there is not much to do. It would be great if they served lunch food. Don't bring a stroller if you have a little one, the trails are too rocky to traverse with a stroller. We ended up carrying our one year old. I wish I had brought the baby backpack.

1  Thank Karenmiller521
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Reviewed June 29, 2013

went here on a whim, love history and ancient stuff, this was a very fun and interesting place to visit, it is indeed old and one has to wonder who/why it was made..........

Thank Fotini C
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

We had a wonderful time. The kids enjoyed the play area and going in the caves and having the water coming down the rocks. Enjoy

Thank travelerSC_637
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Reviewed June 24, 2013 via mobile

I've been hoping to go to this place for nearly 20 years. In some ways it was more than I expected and in other ways a little disappointing. There are dozens of rock structures here that may be thousands of years old or only hundreds of years old. It's really difficult to tell. The trail was a lot more rugged than we expected. It was in 85 degree day however. They claim the path is only a half mile but I'm sure it's more than that and there are side paths also.

At $11 or $9.50 for seniors it was more than I expected but I wouldn't have missed it for the world.

2  Thank mageith
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