Stonehenge at Maryhill

A replica of Stonehenge in England located in Maryhill, on the Washington side of the Columbia River, that serves as a World War I memorial.

about the memorial

The Stonehenge is a replica of the one in England. It was commissioned in the early twentieth century by businessman Samuel Hill and dedicated on July 4, 1918 as a memorial to those who had died in World War I. The memorial was completed in 1929. It is constructed of concrete and stands high above the Columbia River with a wind turbine farm to the north and east of it.


  • Also consider visiting the Kitsap County Veterans' Memorial that was erected in 1995 near the Stonehenge Memorial.
  • This is a great location for taking photographs.
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 1.0 None
  • Elevation Gain: 50 ft
  • 600 ft
  • Land Manager: Mary Hill Museum of Art
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Route/Place Capacity: 12
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  • Kitsap County Veterans' Memorial
  • Stonehenge & Kitsap County Veterans' Memorials
  • Stonehenge Memorial

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