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Labyrinths in Santa Fe

Public Labyrinths

Aldea Community –  Near Vista Precioso in the community of Aldea – Chartres style labyrinth  – Made of river stones and gravel.

Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi –131 Cathedral Place in downtown Santa Fe, to the left as you’re facing Cathedral, on the terrace – Open all hours – Wheelchair accessible (there is a ramp to the terrace), Chartres style; cut stone.

Christ Lutheran Church –1701 Arroyo Chamiso Road between Old Pecos Trail and St. Michaels Drive Open all hours – Modified Chartres style seven circuit, stones on the earth.

Frenchy’s Field – Agua Fria Road at Osage Avenue  – Open all hours – Classical; raised earth.

Museum of International Folk Art – 706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill – Open 8 to 5 every day – Contemporary design; brick pavers – Wheelchair accessible.

Railyard Park – 740 Cerrillos Road in the center of Santa Fe – Brick borders, dirt path – Open all hours.

Santa Fe Community Yoga Center – 826 Camino de Monte Rey – classical seven circuit labyrinth formed of pieces of pinon pine set in the ground.

Southwestern College – 3960 San Felipe Road – Classical seven circuit labyrinth with gravel on the paths.

Stardreaming – 38 Southern Exposure – Many labyrinths and landscape temples – About 30 minutes from the Plaza ($22 donation – Reservations required).

Unity Church – 1212 Unity Way – Open all hours – Stones on the earth.

 Personal Labyrinths – Call For Permission And Directions:

Goddess Labyrinth – 474-0002 – in Cerrillos – Classical labyrinth in the desert – about 25 minutes from the Plaza.