Texas is known for a lot of things, but many people who live here do not know there is a replica of Stonehenge in their own state. It is located in the hill country just outside of Kerrville, Texas in a little town called Ingram.
It is not a full size replica, but it is about 2/3 the size of the original. According to the Hill County Arts Foundation it is 90% of the height and 60% of the width of the original in England. And not all of the stones are actual stones. Some are plaster covering a mix of steel and metal.
Originally it set on creator Al Sheppard’s land in Hunt, Texas. Years after he passed and the family land was sold, the entire thing was going to be knocked down, until the town of Ingram came along and partnered with the Hill County Arts Foundation to move the exhibit to Ingram.
In addition to the replica of Stonehenge, there are two Moai statutes like that found on Easter Island which stand 13 feet high.
You can see all of my Stonehenge II photos by going to the Galleries Page.