Click on the title of each labyrinth to view a photo and more information. Please respect property owners’ rights when using the labyrinths. All photos taken by members of the Labyrinth Resource Group unless otherwise noted.
Public Labyrinths (in Santa Fe parks)
Aldea Community Labyrinth – Near Vista Precioso in the community of Aldea, southwest of Santa Fe – Chartres style labyrinth – River stones and gravel.
Alto Park Children’s Playground – Off Alameda Ave in Santa Fe. Tile on concrete. Wheelchair accessible. Created by Courtenay Mathey.
Eldorado Community Center Peace Labyrinth – 1 Hacienda Loop, Eldorado, south of Santa Fe. Near the baseball field. A five circuit, stones on earth, in the shape of a peace symbol.
Frenchy’s Field Park– Agua Fria Road at Osage Avenue in Santa Fe – Classical 7 circuit – Raised earthen mounds. Located downhill from the barn. Open during park hours.
Rancho Viejo – Near Cebolla Mesa and East Saddleback Mesa in the community of Rancho Viejo in Santa Fe – Classical seven circuit labyrinth – Stones on Earth.
Valle del Sol – Loma Entrada and La Mancha Court in Santa Fe; along a path following arroyo – Classical style five circuit labyrinth – Stones on Earth.
Railyard Park – off 740 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe – 5 circuit brick bordered labyrinth, dirt path – Huge boulders nearby create a private spot. Park behind SITE Santa Fe.
Public Labyrinths (in sacred places)
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 – Chartres style – Cut stone pavement – Wheelchair accessible (there is a ramp to the terrace) – Open all hours.
Christ Lutheran Church –1701 Arroyo Chamiso Road between Old Pecos Trail and St. Michael’s Drive in Santa Fe- Modified Chartres style seven circuit – Stones on the earth – Open all hours.
St. Bede’s Episcopal Church – 550 W. San Mateo Rd Santa Fe – 11 circuit Chartres style. Stones on earth. Medicine wheel also on site.
Unity Church – 1212 Unity Way, Santa Fe – Stones on Earth. Contemporary 2-way relationship labyrinth. Medicine Wheel nearby.
Upaya Zen Center – 1401 Cerro Gordo Rd, Santa Fe, seven circuit, stones on Earth. On south side of property. Please remain silent during approach and walk.
Zia United Methodist Church – 3368 Governor Miles Road, Santa Fe – Chartres 11 circuit labyrinth, Stones on Earth.
Public Labyrinths (in other places!)
Black Mesa Winery Labyrinth – Off Hwy 68 in Velarde, NM, just north of Espanola, NM. Worth the stop! Check in with winery for directions to labyrinth.
Museum of International Folk Art – 706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill in Santa Fe – Contemporary design – Brick pavers – Wheelchair accessible – Open 8 to 5 every day.
Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center – 4801 Beckner Rd. Santa Fe. Five circuit, tiles on concrete. Wheelchair accessible
Santa Fe Community Yoga Center – 826 Camino de Monte Rey, Santa Fe – Classical seven circuit labyrinth – Formed of pieces of piňon pine set in the ground. Trees surround the area.
School Labyrinths (Do not visit when school is in session)
Arroyo Chamiso Labyrinth – This labyrinth was originally built as a school labyrinth in 2006 for the Academy for Technology and the Classics. When the school relocated it has been re-designated as a community public labyrinth, It is located behind the county rodeo grounds in Santa Fe. It is an 11th circuit modified Chartres, stones on Earth.
EJ Martinez Elementary. Behind the school parking lot off San Marcos Rd in Santa Fe.
Southwestern College – 3960 San Felipe Rd. Santa Fe, stones on Earth.
Turquoise Trail Charter School. Located off Hwy 14 outside of Santa Fe. Do not enter if gate is closed.
Private Labyrinths in the Santa Fe/Taos Area
Abiquiu Earthen Home Labyrinth – This gracious soul has opened up his beautiful home labyrinth to the public, an earthen mound classical-style labyrinth outside of Abiquiu, NM.
Ghost Ranch Heart Labyrinth – Located 2 miles past the Ghost Ranch Welcome Center off Hwy 68 outside of Abiquiu, NM
Goddess Labyrinth – Cerrillos – off Hwy 14 near Cerrillos, NM – Classical 7 circuit home labyrinth. Goddess statues on site. – Call 505-474-0002 to request permission a visit.
Goddess Labyrinth – Eldorado – South of Santa Fe about 8 miles. Baltic design with a rock garden in the shape of a goddess. Other Goddess’ statues on site. Call 575-749-1249 for permission to visit.
Evolution Labyrinth – A unique educational home labyrinth about evolution within a classical Ely Cathedral design labyrinth in Santa Fe between Alameda St and Canyon Road. Call 575-749-1249 for permission to visit.
“Horses For Heroes” Labyrinth – contemporary 7-circuit labyrinth located on a ranch off Hwy 14 near Lone Butte outside of Santa Fe. This labyrinth serves the needs of veterans with PTSD and other issues in a unique horsemanship program called “Horses for Heroes, New Mexico Inc – Cowboy Up!” Call 575-749-1249 to request permission to visit.
Kivita Home Labyrinth, located in Eldorado, south of Santa Fe, a 5 circuit contemporary home labyrinth. The center offers a private dugout surrounded by latias. Call 575-749-1249 to request a visit.
Koch Home Labyrinth 7 circuit beautifully tiled labyrinth in Eldorado, south of Santa Fe. Call 575-749-1249 for permission to visit.
New Life Retreat 7 circuit contemporary by Light Vessel Center of Santa Fe, a wellness luxury spa dedicated to inspiring life in balance
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort and Spa Located in Taos County off Hwy 285, guests may relax and unwind with this stone labyrinth
Sofia Venus This private Santa Fe labyrinth is mainly used for centering prior to sessions by professional astrologer, Arielle Guttman (Sofia Venus)
Other Unique Labyrinths in Santa Fe/Taos Area
Arroyo Hondo Labyrinth Petroglyph – Perched high on a cliff off Dunn Bridge Rd. Arroyo Hondo, NM.
Carl’s Meadow Snow Spiral – Off Aspen Vista Trail, Highway 475 (Hyde Park Rd.) Carved in snow annually each winter. Accessible by snowshoe.
Winter Solstice Farolito Labyrinth – Santa Fe Children’s Museum, a seven circuit Hopi classical labyrinth made annually of 365 farolitos (paper bags, sand and candles). Available every winter solstice, around December 21/22. Quickly laid out with 5 stakes and a long segmented rope, it’s a mathematical masterpiece. Santa Fe architect, Courtenay Mackey is the mastermind behind this temporary work of art at the museum, annually for over 30 years! Check out this article to learn more! https://www.abqjournal.com/325017/walking-a-labyrinth-creates-balance-and-peace.html
Winter Solstice Canvas Labyrinth – Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Rd., seven circuit classical on canvas. Every winter solstice season.