Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Featured Destination: Stonehenge II

Stonehenge II 
120 Point Theatre Road S.
Ingram, Texas

When you are riding through Texas, stop by Ingram, Texas and take some time to appreciate Stonehenge II. Stonehenge II is a replica of the original Stonehenge monument in Salisbury, England. Quoted as the ‘Eighth Wonder of the Texas Hill Country’, Stonehenge II was originally located in Hunt, Texas but was moved by the Hill Country Arts Foundation and now resides in Ingram, Texas. Stonehenge II is about half as tall as the original, 3,500-plus-year-old Stonehenge. There are also two replica Easter Island heads at the site. There are plans to add a dance floor, benches, and side walks to the site in summer of 2012. So if you are in the area ride out to Ingram and enjoy the site. (Source: http://alfredshepperd.com/Stonehenge/main.html)

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Unknown said...

Such a great view. These stonehenges are truly wonders that are unexplainable by scientific means.
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Unknown said...

I see. I've never seen the original too but this is a good replica which is so nicely made. It will be worth the visit.
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Unknown said...

That is quite a spot. Nice to drop by there and take some pictures. Can't wait to go there for our next trip. :)
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Nettie said...

Where the Stonehenge II's located there is also a theater (Point Theatre) off the Hwy 39. Also across the Hwy is the highschool and sports field! Up the road some is the Dam Store and Dam!!! Used to be the hip place to hang in the 1970's,haha have fun!!!

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