Have you ever heard of Carhenge? It's a unique attraction located in Alliance, Nebraska, that features a replica of England's famous Stonehenge made entirely out of old cars! Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Carhenge and I must say, it was an unforgettable experience. In this blog post, I'd like to share my experience visiting this fascinating attraction and the pictures I took while there.

As soon as I arrived in Alliance, I was struck by the beauty of the surrounding countryside. The rolling hills and endless fields of green made for a picturesque backdrop to the unusual sight of Carhenge. As I approached the attraction, I couldn't help but feel a sense of excitement and wonder. I mean, who wouldn't be fascinated by a replica of Stonehenge made out of cars?

The first thing that struck me about Carhenge was the sheer size of it. The structure is made up of 38 vintage cars, all painted a dull grey to resemble the original stones of Stonehenge. The cars are arranged in a circle, just like the original monument, with five cars standing upright in the center to represent the trilithons. It was truly an impressive sight to see.

As I walked around Carhenge, I couldn't help but feel a sense of awe and amazement. The cars were arranged so precisely, it was clear that a lot of thought and planning had gone into creating this replica. I also loved the little details that were included, such as the old car parts that had been placed around the structure to resemble the rocks that surround Stonehenge.

Of course, I couldn't leave without taking a few pictures to capture the moment. I was amazed at how photogenic Carhenge was, with every angle offering a unique perspective on this unusual monument. I took pictures of the entire structure from different vantage points, as well as close-up shots of the individual cars that make up Carhenge.

All in all, my visit to Carhenge was a truly unique and unforgettable experience. I would highly recommend it to anyone who finds themselves in Alliance, Nebraska, or passing through the area. And of course, don't forget to take plenty of pictures to remember this one-of-a-kind attraction!