Walk Through North Carolina’s Own Stonehenge For An Adventure Like No Other

North Carolina’s bizarre roadside attractions make up a bucket list of must-see oddities all on their own. Over in the Great Smoky Mountains, for instance, there’s a massive Bigfoot statue perched on the side of a small mountain road. Additionally, most people have heard of the famous prehistoric monument known as Stonehenge that is located in Wiltshire, England. But did you know we have our very own version of Stonehenge in North Carolina?

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North Carolina has a number of unusual oddities that are just plain bizarre roadside attractions. See 15 of them in this previous article!

Editor’s Note: John Hartley created a number of installation art exhibits just like this one. He was a very talented individual who passed away several years ago. Please respect his memory by heeding any No Trespassing signs you may see posted here. And if no signs are present, please leave only footprints and no garbage. This exhibit stands on private property.

Address: 259 John's Woods Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, USA