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America's Stonehenge, Salem

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  • We were close and after a prospectus has touted the "Stonehenge of America" at the motel, we went. For 8 USD per person, a certain expectation we had Eintriit, but who knows the real Stonehenge images or even already once there was cooking, no longer comes here laughing in the bedroom. A few stones, a half-mile walk and a few panels of statement - and the rest is a big question mark, whether it now "Local natives" or "Were drawn to immigrants (Europeans)", who have tried here with stones a little bit in astronomy. Yes, being in the fresh air, but that can also without entry "experience" - that has nothing to do with Stonehenge!
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  • Sorry folks, this is a waste of valuable time. There are plenty of mountains and hills to admire in other parts of New Hampshire. Not sure how this became known as an "attraction".  more »
  • Small and privately owned. We enjoyed the movie and gift shop. It was rainy and muddy... not a good day for a hike. It's not suitable for people with difficulty walking or for strollers. We noticed pi...  more »
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  • The trail we went on was simply amazinggg!! And at the end of the trail..their were Alpacas! I would definitely go back!!
  • There's a lot to learn here about geology, history and especially archeology. You'll be amazed by the rock formations and walk away wondering how the heck they did it!
  • Great stories and very interesting, albeit mysterious, history. And a lovely little covered bridge connects part of the parking lot with the walking trails so that was a bonus for me!
  • You have to have a creative mind to really visualize what it might have been
  • Just a great place with a good vibe