Natural Bridge, Virginia: Foamhenge (Gone)
- I-81 exit 180. On a bluff set back from the southbound side of Hwy 11, just south of the Natural Bridge Petting Zoo, one mile north of Natural Bridge. You need to be driving southbound to see it. Gate at base of hill leading to Foamhenge is sometimes locked, but visitors can walk around the gate to visit Foamhenge.
- Dismantled Aug. 30, 2016. Will be moved to a new location in 2017.
Mark Cline, fiberglass sculptor, built the world's most accurate Stonehenge replica. Out of styrofoam. Dismantled Aug. 30, 2016. Will be moved to a new location in 2017. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Natural Bridge, Virginia - Sun Setting on Foamhenge
Foamhenge: The megalithic masterpiece has been given "the official pink slip" by the state of Virginia and will be gone by August 1st, 2016. [05/02/2016] Complete Story...
Foamhenge: Mark Cline, creator of Foamhenge at Natural Bridge, Virginia, has been building fiberglass monsters, dinosaurs, and freaks for the tourist attractions of America for decades. [02/24/2012] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About Foamhenge
Foamhenge has been acquired by Cox Farms in Chantilly, Virginia, and will be resurrected at the farm. The farm's website doesn't say anything about it, but it's been reported by many Virginia news outlets.[Jason R Tibbetts, 09/25/2016]
A number of towns and attractions wanted Foamhenge, but Foamhenge-builder Mark Cline decided that Cox Farms provided the best combination of public accessibility and future maintenance. Foamhenge should be resurrected sometime in 2017.
What an amazing place to find!! Unfortunately, it is supposed to be torn down on Aug 1. 2016. Hopefully it does not anytime soon....[Jeremy Hush, 07/19/2016]