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Carhenge Alliance

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Carhenge
2141 County Road 59
Alliance
NE
69301
Tel: NA

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Carhenge, which replicates Stonehenge, consists of the circle of cars, 3 standing trilithons within the circle, the heel stone, slaughter stone, and 2 station stones, and the Aubrey circle, named after Sir John Aubrey who first recognized the earthworks and great stones as a prehistoric temple in 1648. It was not until excavations undertaken in the 1920's that they were found to be holes cut to hold timber uprights. A total of 56 holes were discovered and named the Aubrey Holes in honor of John Aubrey's observation.
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    On a week long trip through 12 states, this was one of the more memorable sights. We saw four-corners, the Great Salt Lake, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Devil's Tower, Deadwood, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and Carhenge. My 16 year old grandson enjoyed it all, but got a real kick out of Carhenge.

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    Brought a bus full of football players here on our return trip back from a football camp in Chadron NE. The boys loved it.

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    We had to stop here because my brother wanted to see it. Really a fun place but definitely off the beaten path! If your hubby is a car nut he will want to see this just for some of the old cars that make up the "henge."

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    We visited first thing on a crisp summer morning. It was serene and we had the place to ourselves for quite a while.

    The gift shop/visitor center isn't much.

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    A very cool place to stop. We stooped in 2013 on our way to Sturgis Rally. A must see when in Alliance. Thank you Roadside America for the recommendation.

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