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Kentucky's Stonehenge, Munfordville

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  • Kentucky Stonehenge was amazing! We read about the creator and it was nearby, so had to stop. It was definitely worth the stop! It is a private residence, so be respectful, but we felt very... 
    Kentucky Stonehenge was amazing! We read about the creator and it was nearby, so had to stop. It was definitely worth the stop! It is a private residence, so be respectful, but we felt very...  more »
  • Brought a group of nine men who had no idea that we were going to this place and the most common response upon seeing it was "What?!" and then "Why?!" It was an interesting and well-kept sight. 
    Brought a group of nine men who had no idea that we were going to this place and the most common response upon seeing it was "What?!" and then "Why?!" It was an interesting and well-kept sight.  more »
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  • The Kentucky Stonehenge is one of those stops that really stands out in a road trip. It seems as though your GPS must be wrong, guiding you to some residential back road, but then you get to see this gorgeous replica monument sprawling out over a quiet tree-shaded hillside. It's a much bigger area than one would expect, and worth admiring from every angle.
  • Now THIS is what I'm talking about!!!! We found this place on some random list while planning for our honeymoon road trip, and we knew we had to go. This was our first time in Kentucky, and we love strange and hidden little bits of tourist-y goodness! It was a dreadfully windy day, but we were so set on seeing this place that we braved the gusts, or whatever. It really is just in someone's yard! BUT, they've allowed for plenty of parking, before dark, where you can park, get out of your car, and walk around all you want. We have a little house trinket box that looks like our house that we brought on this trip, and we tried to do a little weird photoshoot with it. I'm not sure it worked, but that's not Kentucky Stonehenge's fault...that's the wind's personal issue. It felt especially poignant to come here on April Fool's Day, because my prank-happy, lighthearted late grandfather (whose favorite holiday was April Fool's Day) would've been so jazzed about this place. He always took us to stuff like this and made sure to instill in us a sense of wonder and appreciation for the "strange" things one might see while traveling. I'm so glad we got to visit here, and I'm so glad it was on April 1st. Worth the drive out to middle of nowhere, for SURE.

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