"Known as Bamahenge, the fiberglass structure was built by artist Mark Cline. He completed the structure this past spring, and the Stonehenge replica been catching the eye of those who happen to look beyond the trees.... Cline said he built the structure at his studio, then transported the panels on flatbed trucks. Cline erected the entire monument to be in line with the June 21 solstice.... Bamahenge is free and open to the general public. There are no signs or plans for signs, but here are the directions to Bamahenge: Drive U.S. 98 either eight miles east of Foley or 21 miles west of Pensacola. Turn south on County Road 95. Drive for five miles. Turn right onto Fish Trap Road. Drive a half-mile. Turn left onto Leiterman Road. Drive one mile. Bamahenge is on the right, set back about 100 yards beyond some trees. Visible from the road." - blog.al.com
This is marked incorrectly on the map. Google Bamahenge and it will point you straight to it. It is south of Elberta on Barber Parkway. We visited at night. Very freaky but very interesting.
Worth the trip - and don't skip the marina down the road... there is some really cool sculptures at the marina. BTW you will know you are are the right path when you see dinosaurs by the side of the road!
A little out of the way but if you’re sightseeing it’s worth a stop. Follow google, the description directions has the wrong street. Take Barber parkway where the Barber Marina sign is.
Drove around the block twice and couldn't find it :/
Very impressive little stop. Follow the directions in the official review off Fish Trap Rd.
The map is incorrect and this attraction is easily 45 minutes away from where this app navigates.
It was so neat. Loved seeing everything
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