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Wir waren in der Nähe und nachdem im Motel ein Prospekt das "Stonehenge of America" angepriesen hat, sind wir hingefahren. Für 8 USD Eintriit pro Person hatten wir eine gewisse Erwartungshaltung, aber... more »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!View original
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 »
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
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