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Carhenge, Alliance

(4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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  • On our trip across country we were near it and wanted to see it. It is free and pretty cool. You can walk through it and has some interactive history on the builder who is from England.  more »
  • Carhenge might be a tad off of the beaten path, but well worth the side trip. We stopped here on our way to Rapid City, NE (en route from NM). It's free to enter, but there is a gift shop and you can ...  more »
  • We loved Carhenge. It was directly on the way, making the perfect pitstop as we continued on our road trip north. The grounds were very nice, and fun for pictures and laughs! Interesting how the guy j...  more »
  • Would you venture off the beaten path to visit the world's largest ball of twine? Would you take the detour to visit a three-story brontosaurus? If so, then Carhenge is an absolute must see. How I love this place...
  • Spectacular tourist attraction and great place to visit if you don't want to travel to England yet still see the "real deal."
  • Fabulous adventure, Totally excited about the Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017... Will be a new record gathering for sure! May even get a surprise performance by Tom Petty, I am hoping
  • Everytime I have visitors to the farm we always take them to car henge. Just as cool as the first time I saw it. A must see if you are passing thru that area.
  • It is exactly what you expect from the odd roadside USA collection. It probably took more thought and work than it looks, just a bunch of cars in a field. But, really, it's remarkably well-done. Worth the detour if passing through.