Museum Hours of Operation
Mon: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tues: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wed: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thurs: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sun: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Last admission is given promptly at 4:00 pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Gift Shop Hours
Daily 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
From I-93: Take I-93 to Exit 3. Follow Route 111 east for 4.5 miles. Watch for our sign just past North Salem Village Shops. Turn right at the intersection with the traffic light (Mobile gas station will be on the left). Follow that road for 1 mile. Entrance is on the right.
From I-495: Take Exit 50 to Route 97 North towards Salem. Follow approximately 4 miles. At the first set of lights (97 Shops will be on your right), turn right and follow approximately 4 miles. America's Stonenehge will be on your left.
GPS street address:
105 Haverhill Road
Salem, NH 03079
2017 Admission Rates
Seniors (65+): $10.00
Ages 6-12: $7.50
Ages 5 and under: free
Annual memberships are available. A membership is valid for twelve months. Members receive unlimited access to the site during regular business hours, 10% off gift shop purchases, and discounts on special events and snowshoe rentals.
Single membership: $50.00
Family of four membership: $120.00
Each additional family member over first four: $15.00
America's Stonehenge is home to seven alpacas that are here year-round for the enjoyment of our visitors. The gift shop sells 100% alpaca yarn made from the animals. To learn more about the alpacas, visit the alpaca page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is photography allowed at the site?
Yes, photography is permitted for non-commercial use. For further information, please read our photo policy.
Are pets allowed on the site?
Due to the alpacas that we keep on site, and for insurance reasons, we unfortunately cannot allow even the most well-behaved, pets. Please use our lower parking lot to exercise any leashed pets traveling with you. Although there are some shaded areas in our parking lot, it is recommended that you try to leave pets at home on hot days as the tour generally takes at least one hour.
What is the trail like?
The trail is on a gradual incline with some uneven rocky terrain. The length of the trail is 1/2 mile, and most visitors spend roughly one hour touring the site.
Is the trail stroller friendly?
For families with small children, we recommend a backpack carrier rather than a stroller.
Is the site handicap accessible?
The visitor center and gift shop are handicap accessible. However, due to uneven and rocky terrain, visitors with mobility restrictions may find the trail to the site to be quite challenging.
Is it a guided tour?
The tour is self-guided. Visitors are shown a ten-minute introductory video and given maps that explain all the features of the site.
Where to Stay
If you are interested in employment at America's Stonehenge, please fill out a job application, and hand it in to a staff member between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm.