We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Neolithic Britons (or nature-worshiping Druids or space aliens, depending on who you listen to) began assembling Stonehenge on the plains of Salisbury, England more than 5000 years ago. Its original purpose is still under debate ... but there is no...more
Something to do for a couple of minutes, take a few selfies, and move on. Silly roadside attraction. Made of concrete and not. To same scale as the real thing. Next to highway, baseball field, and arts area.
This place showed up on my Facebook page as places to visit in Texas a few days ago. It was an hour drive for us, but we have never driven to see it. It was very easy to find using my phone's GPS. We were...More
Heading to Mew Medico from Houston, this was a good quick stop to stretch our legs and take some funny pics. If you’re not paying attention, you’ll miss it for sure. I enjoyed it. The teens tolerated it.
Not far from the beautiful Texas Hill Country city of Kerrville, is the safe and scenic retirement community of Ingram. Any visit to the area should include this wonder, a scaled down (but still large) realistic version of the real Stonehenge. Also a bonus Easter...More
As described it is not true to actual Stonehenge size. It was a fun, free, quirky 20 minute visit. We took a few photos and went on our way. Still, it's worth a quick visit if you like seeing unusual attractions.