The Chatham Labyrinth is located at the end of Shattuck Lane in Chase Park in the heart of Chatham.

Walking the labyrinth can be a personal practice that quiets and clears the mind, opens the heart and grounds the body.  It can be a guide for centering, healing, spiritual growth, a tool for building community, an agent for global peace.  It may also just be a nice, quiet walk in the park.

The design chosen for the Chatham Labyrinth is a replica of the 11-circuit medieval labyrinth found in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France.  Everything is in proportion to everything else which helps create harmony and fluid energy.

Pilgrim’s Landing offers educational labyrinth workshops, retreats and children’s labyrinth programming throughout the year. During the summer months, a team of labyrinth volunteers offers weekly guided walks and helps maintain the grounds and Peace Garden. Visit the Pilgrim’s Landing Gift Shop for books, resources and gifts related to the labyrinth.