Find labyrinths in your community and around the world.
The Labyrinth Society is an international organization whose mission is to support those who create, maintain and use labyrinths and to provide education and networking opportunities.
This Web site, co-founded by labyrinth historian Jeff Saward and Kimberly Lowelle Saward, provides an in-depth history of the labyrinth and features photographs and images of labyrinths throughout the world.
Founded by the Reverend Lauren Artress, Veriditas offers workshops and programs that promote further understanding of the labyrinth as well as labyrinth facilitator training.
This non-profit organization encourages the creation and use of labyrinths as a path of healing, inspiration and peace. It has been involved in the construction of over 25 labyrinths in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The guild educates people about the origin, construction, and use of labyrinths by offering workshops, open walks, pilgrimages in New England and abroad and an Annual Labyrinth Festival of celebration and joy.
The Minnesota Labyrinth Network is a group of labyrinth enthusiasts, designers, writers, artists, clergy and facilitators who live in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin and whose common link is the desire to share the labyrinth with others.
Based in Ontario, this organization offers labyrinth walks, a directory of labyrinths and facilitators in Ontario, and a newsletter.