Carhenge is a whimsical look at the original Stonehenge in the UK. The cars (stones) are arranged in a circle 94-feet in diameter, the same as the original. However, there is little reverence for this monument. The wind-up story is about five minutes long and gives a tongue in cheek presentation of the history of this edifice. The full walk-around... 更多
I have been aware of this place for a long time but this was my first time in the area so I had to stop. We are traveling in an RV so places like this are a great way to break up the day, see something unique and get some exercise. The sculptures were interesting, the background info was also... 更多
The concept behind this little stop is creative and well executed, but, I probably won't swing it again. Bring a marker to add your name to the graffiti car if you can find a spot. Cute place for pictures on a family vacation. The gift shop is simple when open and has a penny machine. Penny machine moves into the... 更多
We thought they did a wonderful job with this attraction. The place re-creates Stonehenge by using materials available in the United States, cars. It was fairly impressive and a good way to spend a bit of time.
These are the quirky things we love to scout when we're on the road. And this is a good one to give it a little of your time when you're in the neighborhood. All free accessible and there is a nice audio option available.
You can prob. tell from pics if this is a site that will tickle your fancy or not. On the drive back from the Black Hills area of SD to the Denver, CO area, we made a detour here. Glad we did.
What a rarity! Totally free, totally cool. I got up early and arrived at dawn. It was entirely open (the attraction, not the gift shop) Had the place to myself. Just a couple of hours south of Mount Rushmore if you can fit it into your way out or back. Also at the end of Highway 2 in Nebraska which... 更多