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Download a Labyrinth

Downloadable Labyrinths

These downloadable labyrinths are here for you to use as finger labyrinths or in your print materials. You can paint or color them, decorate them with glitter or ribbon or cover them with personal messages or meditations. Then you can simply laminate them for long-term, repeat use.

If you wish to use these in print (brochures, newspapers, magazines, etc.) please include the credit information.

Classical Labyrinth Drawing to Download (.pdf 50KB)

Original drawing by Jeff Saward, final graphic by Vicki Keiser.

Chartres Labyrinth Drawing to Download (.pdf 96KB)

Original drawing by Robert Ferre, final graphic by Vicki Keiser.


The Labyrinth Society’s Virtual Labyrinth Walk

We hope you enjoy the virtual labyrinth. Depending on your Internet connection speed, this feature may take a few seconds to load, so please be patient. It is worth the wait!

In order to experience the labyrinth you will need to have the Flash plug-in on your computer. Choose this link for a free Adobe Flash Player download.

Click here to begin your Virtual Labyrinth Walk journey! If it is difficult to read the text, it is probably because you have edited the Windows display properties by selecting a theme. Change back to the default Windows theme, and all text  will be readable.


Screensaver for Windows

Labyrinth Screensaver for PC (.zip 1.3M)
For years people have enjoyed our screensaver. This one was developed by TLS member Dan Johnston and was updated for the new website. All animations by Heather Hoon.


Screensavers and Desktop for the Mac

People who own Macs can use any photos or graphics they want to create a screensaver or desktop image.

On a Mac, the steps to create a screensaver from labyrinth images are:

  1. Save all images you’d like to use in a folder on your computer. Use your own pictures or download others from the site listed at the end of this article.
  2. Open the System Preferences under the Apple Menu item.
  3. Select the “Desktop & Screen Saver” system preference option.
  4. Click the Screen Saver Tab.
  5. Choose the “Choose Folder...” option, then select the folder on your computer that holds the graphics.
  6. Click the “Choose” button.
  7. The graphics in that folder will now become your screensaver.

To create a specific desktop from a labyrinth graphic:

  1. Open the System Preferences under the Apple Menu item.
  2. Select the “Desktop & Screen Saver” system preference option.
  3. Click the Desktop Tab
  4. Click the “+” button near the lower left corner of the desktop options window, then select the folder on your computer that holds the graphic you’d like to use.
  5. Click the graphic of choice in the options window.
  6. That graphic is now your desktop.

These directions were given by Warren Lynn, who has graciously offered our website visitors the ability to download labyrinth pictures accessible from the "Photos for your Use" page of his website, The Wellfed Spirit.