Most People Don’t Know There’s A Little Stonehenge In Alabama

There are many kinds of attractions located throughout Alabama. In fact, some are even recognizable as world-famous landmarks. One of Alabama’s most unique attractions is Bamahenge, which is an exact replica of England’s famous Stonehenge. It’s a must see!

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Have you ever stumbled upon Bamahenge? If so, what did you think? For more world-famous landmark replicas that can be found in Alabama, click here.

Directions to Bamahenge:
You’ll either drive along US Highway 98 for eight miles east of Foley, Alabama, or 21 miles west of downtown Pensacola, Florida. You’ll then turn south onto County Road 95. After driving approximately five miles, you’ll turn right onto Fish Trap Road. You’ll continue driving for half a mile and then turn left at the Barber Marina sign. After driving one mile, you’ll see Bamahenge on the right.