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St Boniface Labyrinth

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A unique experience

We love the unusual places to visit and this one did not disappoint. No glitz or razzle dazzle but... read more

Reviewed June 7, 2018
Michelle C
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Love labyrinths

This one, and the one at the Presbyterian Church on 301, are two of my favorites to visit. It is a... read more

Reviewed July 14, 2016
jeanninelehman
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Jun 7, 2018
“A unique experience ”
Oct 3, 2017
“Best in early morning or sunset ”
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Reviewed June 7, 2018 via mobile

We love the unusual places to visit and this one did not disappoint. No glitz or razzle dazzle but rather a quiet place to unplug and reboot. There is a nice brochure with terrific information about the labyrinth and how to best experience it. Unfortunately...More

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Reviewed October 3, 2017 via mobile

This labyrinth is in a church yard, close to a modern bell tower and fountain. It is a quiet, pleasant spot. The pavers the labyrinth is constructed of have aged and lost their color a bit, but can still easily be followed. Mid day can...More

3  Thank Carl D
Reviewed May 25, 2017 via mobile

I have come across many of these while hiking in Arizona that were made by Native American but this was the first one I have been to that was created at a church. I was easy to find and was a very relaxing environment with...More

1  Thank Eleta82
Reviewed July 14, 2016

This one, and the one at the Presbyterian Church on 301, are two of my favorites to visit. It is a meditative journey if you take your time and make it so.

1  Thank jeanninelehman
Reviewed January 27, 2016 via mobile

If you're interested in a traditional labyrinth walk for meditation or just to think in a peaceful setting, this might be a place you'd like to visit. It's very close to Siesta Key Beach. During my walk I felt a connection with sky and nature...More

Thank Michael K
Reviewed June 21, 2014

I went on a weekday around 7pm. No one was there. The Labyrinth is located in the center courtyard so you cannot see it from the parking lot. It's beautiful and peaceful. Nice place to reflect/pray. If I am ever in the area I will...More

2  Thank Blur2713
Reviewed November 8, 2013 via mobile

I was expecting a garden-style labyrinth. This is a stone inlay in the church's courtyard, near the mausoleum. There a nice fountain nearby so it helps with noise. However, this is a big church with lots of activity. I'd also recommend going early or late.

3  Thank Southern_Siren
Reviewed July 2, 2013

All are welcome at the church and on the grounds. There is even a healing mission. The labyrinth is inlaid in the courtyard and is very soothing. But attend a service not only for the excellent messages but spectacular music. They even offer many free...More

7  Thank APF725
Reviewed October 25, 2011

St Boniface Labyrinth is a walking meditation open 24/7 in the courtyard by the bell tower. You can walk it solo at any time, dusk and dawn are very quiet times. The courtyard and tower were designed by an award winning architect. Good way to...More

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danelleypie
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A maze is designed to confuse. Labyrinths are much older and the path, though circuitous leads to the center and out again. Can be walked meditatively., quietly. Never confusing. Relax and enjoy as you walk.
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