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America’s Stonehenge, located in Salem, NH is a one-a-of-a-kind family experience! Explore caves and stone structures, plus dig for gems and feed the alpacas.
What is American’s Stonehenge?
American’s Stonehenge is believed to be over 4,000 years old. It was previously called Mystery Hill. This archeological site is really fun for kids and adults alike!
While this is a great family-friendly place, it is worth noting that the trails are not suited for strollers. This is in the woods so be sure to bring along your Beach & Boat Tote in the car and load up with sunscreen and bug spray before you set off!
What is there to do at America’s Stonehenge?
In addition to exploring the stone structures, visitors can also:
Visit the Alpacas – Currently there are six alpacas that live in large pens on the property. Caretakers are happy to tell you about their diet and habits. Visitors can purchase products made from these alpacas in the gift shop.
Kid’s Gemstone Dig – The gemstone dig is open in the summer months to children ages 12 and under. Kids can look for miscellaneous items including arrowheads, shells, pottery and polished stones. Each child is allowed to keep three of the polished stones they find.
Snowshoeing – In the winter, visitors can snowshoe during the day or take part in candlelight snowshoeing. Reservations are required and trail conditions may vary so you’ll want to call ahead.
Events – There are a variety of seasonal events as well that take place throughout the year including Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice.
Visiting American’s Stonehenge
Be sure to check the American’s Stonehenge website for the most recent information on their hours and fees.
GPS Street Address:
105 Haverhill Road, Salem, NH 03079
Museum Hours of Operation:
9:00am – 5:00pm Everyday
Last admission is given promptly at 4:00 pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Gift Shop Hours
Daily 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
2019 Admission Fees
- Adults: $13.00
- Seniors (65+): $11.00
- Ages 5-12: $7.50
- Ages 4 and under: free
Note: If you like America’s Stonehenge, you might also want to check out Dighton Rock State Park in Massachusetts.
America’s Stonehenge expert Dennis Stone offers guided tours tailored to adults for an additional fee. These 2-hour tours take place Monday-Friday and start at $100 (plus general admission).
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