World Labyrinth Day

Over 5,000 people in at least 35 countries celebrated the 10th Annual World Labyrinth Day on May 5, 2018 taking steps for peace and 'Walking as One at 1' in the afternoon. View an interactive map of WLD locations and be counted by filling out the WLD Google Form.

Thanks to everyone who participated and we hope you can join us again on Saturday, May 4, 2019!

General information about this year's event continues below.

For those new to labyrinths, find one to walk in your area using the World Wide Labyrinth Locator. You can also learn to draw or build a simple labyrinth with links in our resources section below. Already planning your event? 

Members of the Labyrinth Society are encouraged to facilitate group walks at public labyrinths to engage the community and amplify our collective energy. World Labyrinth Day is also a great opportunity to introduce others to the path by organizing lectures, workshops, tours, book readings, art exhibitions, or building temporary or permanent labyrinths. 

If you are unable to ‘Walk as One at 1’ other opportunities to participate include tracing a finger labyrinth on paper or using a mobile app. Labyrinth walks and events can also be held in the morning or evening, as others will be walking in unison with you in other time zones. Just as there are a wide variety of uses of the labyrinth, creativity and multiplicity are encouraged. 

Here is a slideshow showcasing a variety of images shared on social media last year:

You are invited to join a World Labyrinth Sharing Circle to foster greater inclusion of under-represented communities and better understanding how to support them. Email or check our Global Group on Facebook for announcements of future panel discussions via webinar.

Here are a Dozen Ways to Celebrate World Labyrinth Day

  • Walk as One at 1 in the afternoon (or as time permits) 
  • Trace or draw a finger labyrinth on paper or using a smartphone or tablet app
  • Facilitate or join a group walk
  • Host or join a lecture, workshop, art exhibition or tour
  • Build a temporary or permanent labyrinth
  • Find a new labyrinth or submit an unlisted site to the Labyrinth Locator
  • Write a blog post, newsletter submission, letter to the editor, or article for print or the internet
  • Join the  TLS 365 Experience, read the posts and daily suggestion for a walk, design, concept, etc, and comment or share your experience. 
  • Share and view WLD stories, photos, videos on Social Media using the hashtag #LabyrinthDay
  • Read labyrinth books, watch movies, or sing songs
  • Create a labyrinth art project, exhibition, or drawing class
  • Help spread the word by posting flyers, sharing on social media, and listing your event on the TLS Events Calendar. Purchase a WLD t-shirt, sign, mug, or sticker!

Let us (and others) know that you are walking:

Be counted (anonymous ok) as a participating location by filling out the WLD Google Form. Our goal is to represent 50 countries and 50 US states!

Post your event on the TLS Events Calendar

Download and share the WLD 2018 Press Release

Facebook - Labyrinth Society Notes   Share your photos and stories with the Labyrinth Society Global Group on Facebook

World Labyrinth Day Local Event Posters (with blank space for your event info):

WLD Poster - Color - print quality (.pdf 2.2MB)

WLD Poster - Grayscale - print quality (.pdf 785K)

World Labyrinth Day 2018 Social Media Images:

WLD Map 2018 Social Media - 1200 px banner (.jpg 578K)

WLD Globe 2018 Social Media - 1500 px banner (.jpg 2.5M)

WLD Globe 2018 Social Media - square (.jpg 167K)

An initiative of The Labyrinth Society, World Labyrinth Day is celebrated every year on the first Saturday in May. Make a commitment to participate on May 5, 2018 for the tenth annual World Labyrinth Day and join our moving meditation for world peace.

For more information about World Labyrinth Day, contact the WLD Coordinator. Press photos are available from previous years for publication in print and on-line as well as assistance finding local participants for quotes and coverage in your area.