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Munfordville, Kentucky: The Mayor's Stonehenge Team Field Report

201 Lynn Ave., Munfordville, KY
I-65 exit 65. Drive east on US Hwy 31W for one mile, through two sets of lights. Then, after a church, turn right onto Lynn Ave., a small street. You'll see the Stonehenge replica shortly, on the left. Private property; shutterbugs are welcome, but please do not climb on the stones.
Daytime only. Please do not climb on the stones. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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The Mayor's Stonehenge

Sort of like the crumbly one in England, but smaller and newer. Built circa 2000 by the former town mayor on his lawn. Report...

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The Mayor's Stonehenge.

The Mayor's Stonehenge

There is a circle drive -- that is the owner's driveway you can pull into, but I found the street to have plenty of parking. In the drive, there is a donation box, so toss in some $ to say thanks for this roadside attraction!

[Stephen Francia, 06/02/2020]

KY Stonehenge.

The Mayor's Stonehenge

The Stonehenge is in someone's yard. Very cool; be respectful while wandering the grounds.

[Terri, 04/13/2020]

Rock sculptures.

Mayor of Munfordville Stonehenge

The Stonehenge was amazing to see and to experience walking through it. The property has many other features, such as a giant cross, cannons, chaise, desk and chair -- all made from stone. The koi pond was really cool.

[Tisha Brown, 12/12/2017]

The Stonehenge was built circa 2000 by Chester Fryer, Munfordville's former mayor, on his lawn.


Replica Stonehenge

Not super well lit for a night visit. Still pretty weird. Couldn't find the church in the directions. Look for the IGA instead.

[Sarah Campau, 01/01/2016]

Kentucky Stonehenge is part of its builder's yard; daylight visits are preferred.

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