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Carhenge, Alliance

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Monument Landmark
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If your traveling through Nebraska and you come across the sign for Carhenge, it is definitely worth the stop. Very creatively displayed cars in a circle to represent Stonehenge. The cars are all pain...  more »
  • This was a great stop for stretching your legs! You may want to include a trip here on August 21st for the total solar eclipse. The gift shop is already selling t-shirts for it.  more »
  • Once my wife and I learned of this we just had to add it to our vacation plans. We were not disappointed we planned on maybe a 15 minute stop we we spend nearly one hour there looking at carhenge and ...  more »
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  • I'm a car guy. I also love history. What happens when you put both together in the same place? Carhenge. We were travelling from Louisiana to South Dakota and routed ourselves here just to see the place. Well worth the trip. It's eclectic and amazing, quite the labor of love went into this. If you find yourself out this way by a;; means pay a visit.
  • Very cool stop on a road trip! The sign telling the history behind the cars was fun as well. I thought it would just be cars, but there was some abstract art made out of car parts, and a time capsule. Also, there's a car that you can sign, so bring some permanent markers!
  • A lot of folks avoid roadside attractions like Carhenge, because they're touristy, but that is half the fun! Honestly, it was a great place to visit. I loved the verbal history that you can wind up and take in while learning about the place. We loved the tongue-in-cheek things like the Fourd Seasons, and even thought the "carsules" were cool. You can't beat the price either - FREE!
  • Neat roadside attraction. Worth going a little of your way to see it!
  • Interesting place, free to visit, and clean bathroom. If you are looking for a place for a rest stop, or to see something different, stop in.