Labyrinths & Mazes Resource Centre, Photo Library & Archive
First, check these important sources for your region or country of choice, before
moving on to the regional location sites for specific countries and areas listed
below. Between them, these two databases provide the largest worldwide listings of
labyrinths and mazes respectively...
Launched May 1st 2004, this new service, jointly operated by The Labyrinth Society
and Veriditas, is certainly the most comprehensive online catalogue so far, with
over 3900 labyrinths (and a few mazes) currently in the database and new locations
added almost daily. A user-friendly search engine and the facility to upload your
own local labyrinths are also included.
Adrian Fisher, the world's most prolific maze designer, has an extensive catalogue
of mazes (and some labyrinths) worldwide. Many of those listed are his own creations,
but there are a whole bunch of other locations, including some in regions not listed
by anybody else. Start your search for a-maze-ment here!
Then, take a look at the following regional and local websites, listed on separate
If you maintain, or find, a website that provides further useful locational information,
especially in countries or regions not covered on the following pages, let me know
and I will add the details to the listings.
Pavement labyrinth, c.1843, St.Omer Cathedral, France
Looking to discover the whereabouts of your local maze or labyrinth, or checking to
see which to visit on your travels?
There are a number of websites that can help, some more comprehensive than others,
and our listing of recommended sites on the following pages is surely the most comprehensive
"list of lists."
Some of these links are to specific catalogues, others are to websites with information
on labyrinths and mazes in their local area. I don't guarantee that you will find
that elusive labyrinth in Outer Mongolia amongst these sites, but gradually the number
of countries and regions covered is increasing.