3. Carhenge

You can’t get any weirder than Carhenge, a replica of England’s Stonehenge made entirely out of old, painted cars in western Nebraska. Located in the middle of the prairie about 250 kilometers northeast of CheyenneWyoming, Carhenge is truly an “off the beaten path” attraction. In 1987, artist Jim Reinders created Carhenge out of 39 vintage automobiles as a way to study the design of Stonehenge and attempt to determine its purpose. Due to its popularity, a visitor’s center was constructed in 2006 to offer more information about this quirky U.S. treasure.

A strange sight in western Nebraska, Carhenge is a recreation of England’s famous Stonehenge made from old cars

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