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On our way back from our weekend in Cave City, we drove past the tiny town of Munfordville off of I-65. Munfordville is the home of Kentucky Stonehenge, a rock garden display by a Munfordville native on his estate. The rock garden actually includes other displays such as the Garden of Gethsemane in addition to the Stonehenge.
It’s in a bit of an odd location, in the middle of a residential neighborhood; When Andy and I stopped to take pictures, there were teens on the basketball court next door giving us odd looks. Nonetheless, we stopped by to take a few pictures.
Would I make a special trip out of town to visit Kentucky Stonehenge? No. But since it is so close to I-65 it’s an easy side tour on the way through. (It took us a total of 15 minutes to drive there, take pictures, and get back on the interstate.)
Have you ever been to Stonehenge– either the real one or the Kentucky version?