Ingram, Texas: Stonehenge II and Easter Island Heads
Hill Country Arts Foundation
- 120 Point Theatre Rd S., Ingram, TX
- Relocated to the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation. I-10 exit south into Kerrville. Turn right when you get to Hwy 27/Main St. Take Hwy 27 to Ingram (about 5 miles). At the second light in Ingram go straight through the intersection toward Hunt, which will put you on Hwy 39 (Hwy 27 will angle off to the right toward Mountain Home). After the light, watch for the Johnson Creek Bridge; immediately after the bridge you will see the sign for the Hill Country Arts Foundation on the left.
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- Worth a Detour
Faithful, roughly three-quarter-size, replica of the Druid original in England. Moved to Ingram from the neighboring town of Hunt in 2010. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Round-up of our favorite Stonehenges, built solid the American way and more fun than England's pile of rocks. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Stonehenge II: If you're planning to visit Stonehenge II this summer in the hills near Hunt, Texas, you're going to be disappointed. All 75 pieces of the Stonehenge -- and its guardian Easter Island heads -- are being hauled away and will soon be gone. [07/02/2010] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Stonehenge II and Easter Island Heads
We finally visited Stonehenge II in Texas. We looked for it when it was in Hunt, but we couldn't find it. It is now in Ingram, across from the Visual Arts Center, which is worth a visit in itself.[Jackie Solomon, 09/20/2014]
These are awesome and I'm so glad the Hill Country Arts Foundation made a home for it![Lauren Meyers, 06/04/2013]
Threatened with demolition on their original turf in nearby Hunt, the Stonehenge and Easter Island heads were trucked into Ingram in 2010, then put up in their new home in 2011.