Terracotta Angel, c.1896
Watts Chapel, England

 Photo : Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

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Mazes in the UK

A basic list, with some contact details, of public mazes in the UK, can be found at Mike's Mazes website.

Turf Labyrinths in England

Our own guide to the historic turf mazes of England, with map and visiting information.

Church & Cathedral Labyrinths in England

Our own guide to the historic labyrinths in churches, chapels and cathedrals in England, includes a map and visiting information.

Peter Mudge's Maze List

Peter maintains an interesting webpage of labyrinths and mazes in the UK, and elsewhere in Europe, he has visited, with plans and diagrams.

Maize Maze Association

A not-for-profit trade association representing 24 maize maze in the UK, has a great website featuring details of maize mazes to visit in the UK.

Turf Labyrinths in the UK

Jo Edkins’ guide to turf labyrinths, ancient & modern.

Labyrinths in Ireland

Tony Christie maintains an online catalogue of labyrinths in Ireland, with links to their websites, email addresses, etc.

Historic Labyrinths in Ireland

Our own guide to the historic labyrinths, surviving or documented, in Ireland.

Labyrinths & Mazes in the Netherlands

A very comprehensive guide compiled by the Stichting Doolhof en Labyrinth, with maps, photographs and links to obtain visiting details and much more besides. In Dutch language.

Labyrinths in the Netherlands

Selma Sevenhuijsen’ website has a nicely illustrated guide to labyrinths in the Netherlands, in English and Dutch language.

Labyrinths in Austria

Ilse Seifried has complied a splendid illustrated list of labyrinths in her native Austria, in German language.

Labyrinths in Tirol, Austria

Gernot Candolini’s catalogue of labyrinths in the Tirol region of Austria, also in German language, is another helpful guide.

Labyrinths & Mazes in Germany

Silke Wolf's excellent German language labyrinth website has an extensive catalogue with a map and many illustrations of labyrinths and mazes in Germany.

Labyrinths in Germany

Erwin Reissman’s website contains details of over 100 labyrinths he has visited in Germany and elsewhere in Europe. In English and German.

Hedge Mazes in Germany

A useful illustrated guide to German hedge mazes, in German language, with visiting details, etc.

Labyrinths in Switzerland

The Labyrinth International group, based in Switzerland, has an excellent  catalogue of labyrinths in Switzerland, in German language.

Labyrinths in Scandinavian Churches

Our own catalogue of mediaeval labyrinth wall and ceiling frescos in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.

If you maintain, or find, a website that provides further useful locational information, especially in regions not covered above, let me know and I will add the details to the listing.

Maze & Labyrinth Locations

Pavement labyrinth, c.1843,
St.Omer Cathedral, France

 Photo : Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

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Maze & Labyrinth Location Guides


While some European countries have comprehensive listings of labyrinths and mazes available online, others, such as much of Scandinavia, have yet to be catalogued, despite a wealth of labyrinths to document. Here are those currently available, that I am aware of, containing reliable up to date information...