Wondering how to see Stonehenge in Texas? Built in just nine months by the late Al Shepperd and his neighbor Doug Hill, Stonehenge II is an art project built on Shepperd’s own land.
In an attempt to replicate nearly the full-size of the famous structure in England, Stonehenge II is 90% the height and 60% the width of the original that was constructed over 3,500 years ago.
Additionally, visitors can see replicas of the giant statues found on the Easter Islands.
First built in Hunt, Texas, these structures were moved piece by piece to a permanent location after Sheppard decided to sell his land to now reside on the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation. Stonehenge II and other art in the area built by Sheppard are free to the public during daylight hours.
Address: 120 Point Theatre Road, Ingram, TX 78025
After visiting this gem in Hill Country, make your reservation for a nice nights’ rest at River Inn Resort.