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Stonehenge II

120 Point Theatre Rd, Ingram, TX 78025-3303
+1 830-367-5121
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Hinged on Hunger

This is a perfect picnic spot. Tons of flowers surrounded the Stonehenge II and the weather... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
4ElevenTechs
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San Antonio, Texas
Taste of Britain in the Texas Hill Country

This attraction is located on the edge of Ingram, Texas at the Hill Country Arts Foundation and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
kbed303
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Atlanta, Georgia
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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 mystery (or purpose, really) behind the Texas Hill Country's version. Stonehenge II was created as an art project by the late Al Shepperd, a Hill Country Arts Foundation patron, and his neighbor Doug Hill more than 20 years ago on Shepperd's land in nearby Hunt, Texas. Stonehenge II It took nine months to build and is 90 percent the height and 60 percent the width as the original. Giving free range to his fanciful notion, Shepperd added two 13-foot Easter Island head replicas for good measure. After Shepperd's death, the megalithic circle along with its Easter Island sidekicks needed a new home. In an effort to preserve this true Texas landmark, the sculptures were relocated stone-by-stone to their final resting place beside the Guadalupe River on the campus of the Hill Country Arts Foundation.
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120 Point Theatre Rd, Ingram, TX 78025-3303
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a perfect picnic spot. Tons of flowers surrounded the Stonehenge II and the weather cooperated nicely with a cool breeze on a warm day. It is a perfect spot to just rest, eat and share thoughts with those closest to you.

Thank 4ElevenTechs
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This attraction is located on the edge of Ingram, Texas at the Hill Country Arts Foundation and Point Theater. It is primarily a quick "photo op," and while it can be difficult to take photos because there are other structures on the background, this is...More

Thank kbed303
Reviewed 2 May 2017

This was a free attraction and that was about what it was worth. Not really much to see. Great for a photo opportunity.

Thank Travelintwo
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Nice replica of Stonehenge, good for a few minutes of photo opportunities. There is a restaurant and an arts center in the area but both were closed during our visit.

Thank JMR2157
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Worth the stop if you enjoy ridiculous roadtrip photos. I also recommend Foamhenge in VA, Truckhenge in KS. Next stop Bamahenge.

Thank Stephen S
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Not much to see... a replica; although not completely accurate, of Stonehenge in England. Worth a quick stop for its quirkiness. Snap a pic of it and the big Easter Island heads for a laugh...

Thank Rocker1968
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

We stopped here when staying in Kerville, TX. We managed to miss the real one in England last summer and had to make up for it! A bit boring for young children, being that there is nothing close by or at the location to keep...More

Thank Scott S
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

This is an odd place for the middle of Texas but go anyway and take pictures! It is interesting and the river is gorgeous!

Thank Drtamaragrosz
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Family had a great time. Cannot miss it from highway. Very clean and spacious. Spent about 1hr. Free!

Thank justtraveling_12
Reviewed 20 March 2017 via mobile

We went at night and there were BATS. Don't go at night. Also, this place is a work in progress. It has been moved from another location and is not completely finished. Eventually, I think it will be something interesting to stop and see. But...More

Thank Jsolomon5
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amuchnick1
How far is it from Houston Tx airport?
4 February 2017|
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Response from Jeff B |
Note close. About a 4 hour drive.
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klmsmile
RV parking?
27 January 2017|
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Response from boomboom76 | Property representative |
We don't have RV parking facilities, but our parking lot is large enough to accommodate an RV and we are close to several RV parks.
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