Jointly created by Veriditas and The Labyrinth Society through a generous donation from the Faith, Hope, and Love Foundation.
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Welcome to the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator!
Please note: due to Coronavirus/Covid-19 some of the labyrinths in the Labyrinth Locator may still be closed. Please check the local situation and travel restrictions and heed any advice or signage provided - please do not trespass on labyrinths that are marked as closed.
Launched in 2004, the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator has been designed to be an easy-to-use database of labyrinths around the world. Information about labyrinths you can visit, including their locations, pictures, and contact details, are accessible here, along with information about the many types of labyrinths found worldwide. Labyrinths occur in many forms, shapes, and sizes, and the Locator contains both historic and modern examples. At the current time the Worldwide Labyrinth Locator database contains over 6100 labyrinths (including a few mazes) in more than 90 different countries around the world.
We hope this locator will help you find labyrinths in your community as well as point you in interesting directions as you travel farther afield. In order for the database to grow and continue to be as complete and up-to-date as possible, we encourage you to add your labyrinth to our listings - simply click the Add a Labyrinth button in the left-hand menu - and to keep your information current as an on-going resource by contacting us with your updates. Likewise, should you spot errors in the listings or have further information to improve current listings, please let us know via the Contact Us button to the left. For some hints on how to search for specific labyrinths and a range of search options, click the Locate a Labyrinth button in the left-hand menu, or use the quick search box to the right, and for more answers to questions you may have, visit the Help page.
This project is sponsored by The Labyrinth Society and Veriditas, Inc. through a generous grant from the Faith, Hope and Love Foundation. We are delighted to offer it as a service to the labyrinth community, and, indeed, to anyone whose imagination has been captured by this ancient symbol. If you feel that the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator has been helpful to you, please consider making a donation to support the work of these two non-profit organizations.
With blessings on your journeys,
The Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress, Founder of Veriditas
Janice Lewis, President of The Labyrinth Society
Veriditas is dedicated to inspiring personal and planetary change and renewal through the labyrinth experience. We accomplish our mission by training and supporting labyrinth facilitators around the world, and offering meaningful events that promote further understanding of the labyrinth as a tool for personal and community transformation. Our vision is that the labyrinth experience guides us in developing the higher level of human awareness we need to thrive in the 21st century.
The Labyrinth Society is oriented toward bringing labyrinth enthusiasts together in order to share their interest, energy, and expertise. Its mission is to support those who create, maintain and use labyrinths, and to serve the global community by providing education, networking, and opportunities for experiencing transformation. The Labyrinth Society maintains an extensive website with information about labyrinths, regional and national events, and forums for connecting with other enthusiasts. The Labyrinth Society also stages an annual Conference and Gathering, sponsors a global World Labyrinth Day, and other international events.
Jeff Saward is the administrator and researcher of the WWLL. He was first captivated by the labyrinth in 1976 and is a world authority on the history and development of labyrinths and mazes and the author of Magical Paths (Mitchell Beazley, 2002) a pictorial essay on the modern revival and Labyrinths & Mazes (Gaia/Lark, 2003) a comprehensive illustrated history of labyrinths and mazes worldwide. Founding editor of Caerdroia – the Journal of Mazes and Labyrinths, first published in 1980, and co-founder and director of Labyrinthos, the Labyrinth Resource Centre, Photo Library and Archive, Jeff is based in Thundersley, Southeast England. He has an unrivalled collection of labyrinth photos taken on his travels and research trips around the world.
Please note, while the information contained within this website is presented in good faith, the providers are in no way liable for the accuracy of the information provided. We rely on those who upload details of specific locations to keep their listings current and up to date. If you are the owner of a location that needs updating, please contact the administrator with the details that require change. Should you visit a location that is not as listed, please contact us with the correct details and we will revise the listing accordingly.
The information contained within this website is provided for personal use and as a public service. If you wish to use the information contained within this website for incorporation into another website, or for some other form of publication, please contact us first for permission and guidelines. The use of any personal or contact information contained within this website for any marketing or promotional purposes is strictly prohibited.