Nestled on seven acres of woods and beautifully landscaped grounds, the Stonehenge Estate brings to life a segment of island history from the 1800’s through present day living. An on-going family preservation project, Stonehenge represents the old family grape growing farms & wineries that prospered on the island in the mid-late 1800’s. The Stone Farmhouse and Wine Press Cottage are both listed in the prestigious National Register of Historic Places and are open to the public for tours throughout the summer months.
Quinn S: “We found Stonehenge to be a nice change of pace from all the chaos uptown. The relaxing wooded trail that leads to the entrance made us feel like we were stepping back in time to what island life used to be. The gift shop was phenomenal! We also liked the self-guided audio tour because we could wander at our own pace with just our family…no pre-scheduled tour with a big group. Nice. The staff was pleasant and very knowledgeable about other island history.”
Jackie G: “The Stonehenge tour was a really interesting experience. This was the last attraction we stopped at before our departure. I liked its location seeded in the quiet woods and I felt like it was removed from everything else.The tour itself was interesting and the buildings are beautiful. Also, the gift shop has some really pretty antique gifts.”
Jim C: “This visit was very nice. It was self guided, and we used headphones for information, that you could shut off and look more if you wanted before moving on. The grounds were well kept, and beautiful. It was updated with some new modern items in the house which I was surprised to see in there.”