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It’s a nice walk with interesting large rock formations. The site has been “repaired” through the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sailorgirl60
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Providence, Rhode Island
Pretty fall walk

Pretty interesting tour. We, 2 married couples, downloaded the mobile app and it was informative... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Megan C
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It’s a nice walk with interesting large rock formations. The site has been “repaired” through the years.

Thank Sailorgirl60
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Pretty interesting tour. We, 2 married couples, downloaded the mobile app and it was informative. If you're looking for a nice walk in the woods it's worth it. Took us 2 hours because we left the kids at home and were happy to just mosey along.

Thank Megan C
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great museum, definitely well documented, and nicely marked trail. Keep in mind the cost is $12.50 for entry. They have a little 10 minute video explaining some of the area. There is now an app for apple or android that syncs your experience. The idea behind this location is connected to Celtic history and Stone Henge, UK. Interesting idea...history channel followed up with it too.

Thank Matt R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was a fun visit. If this history is true, it gives insight into Native and European history of the area. We enjoyed going to the different sections of the site and listening to the narration on the app. The property is beautiful and the history is interesting. It is really nice for photography. So we were really happy. Don't forget to see the lamas on the way out. We had fun. Go visit.

Thank MissLucy368
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Reviewed October 8, 2018 via mobile

Interesting stop. Be sure to download the app for the audio tour to listen as you walk around each site - there’s a 15 minute video that you can watch too

Thank ljnobbe
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Reviewed October 3, 2018 via mobile

I understand there are doubts about the authentisity of the place,but we still enjoyed our visit very much. It's still a remarkable place. I'd recommend a visit.

Thank dhunley2017
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Reviewed October 3, 2018

I though it was awesome but I am a science and history buff.
even if you are not it is a nice trail walk. In the winter there are snowshoe hikes.

Thank valerie k
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Reviewed September 25, 2018

I am originally from the UK and was curious to visit the place that calls itself America's Stonehenge. This soon became quite hilarious as it really does not compare - so if that is was you are expecting - be prepared to be disappointed. Luckily a bunch of school children were just leaving when we arrived so we had a quiet visit. But there really isn't that much to see. First a short film which is very dated and badly edited, then a short walk to the 'stones'. As far as I could tell there were a bunch of old stones that formed an old house and some are considered to be older and tie in with lay lines - I however, could not really understand this as there was no real evidence of that - the stones were not in any real order and the information provided was extremely vague. The nature walk was pleasant enough but the highlight was the alpacas at the end! Not worth the trip!

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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

Very Clean and we'll kept facility and grounds! All staff are very knowledgeable and helpful!! Watch the short video before to take your tour. I highly recommend downloading their app! It tells you all about every site # as you go along!! If you like anything to do with history, rocks, astronomy and archiology you will love it here! Don't forget to try the sundial on your way out of the grounds! It's spot on!! Definitely going again soon!

Thank Monica T
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Reviewed August 19, 2018 via mobile

This is a very interesting site showing the workmanship of early inhabitants of the New Hampshire area. The area is a hilly hike up and through the relics. At one point you need to walk through an area of the site, which is very dark and closed in. It is a 10-15 foot closed in area (hallway). You can bypass this part of the site by backtracking, but you’ll miss some of the numbered parts. There is a longer hiking-trail once you go through the site that is much longer than the main site, for those looking for more info or exercise.

Thank EBFM
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