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“A treasure in West Bend”

Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture
Ranked #4 of 24 things to do in West Bend
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: A beautiful flower and plant garden earth sculpture built and maintained by volunteers from the community. This Cretian Labyrinth is 90 feet in diameter with seven circuits. The grass pathways are lined with bulbs, perennials, herbs and annuals, making a walk to the center a special and relaxing experience. This garden was designated as a Daylily Display Garden in 2009 by the American Hemerocallis Society. Located in one of West Bend's many beautiful city parks, the Labyrinth Garden is yours to enjoy free of charge during daylight hours.
Reviewed April 16, 2014

The labyrinth is ever changing. Spring through Fall the garden keeps changing. It is fun walking through the maze as you reach the bench in the middle. Memorial stones are placed for love ones along the way. A giant mosquito made of metal adds whimsy to this garden. This is one of only a few such gardens in the state and is definitely worth the time.

Thank SuzyQ Z
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

Beautiful beautiful gardens with an amazing sculpture in the center. Very lush, changes almost daily from spring through fall. Many plantings, American Hemerocallis (Daylily) Society display garden. I ride my bike here a few mornings a week before work to enjoy the glory of the blooms and set myself in a peaceful mood before heading to the job. It's interesting to walk the outside and read the stones memorializing loved ones and celebrating loved ones. You can't help but be touched at these tributes. Bring your camera, wonderful place to practice photography, and closeups of flowers. It's such an incredible garden, I feel so lucky to have it in my city to enjoy.

Thank JEMWisconsin
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Reviewed November 29, 2013

If peace and love could be planted, you might find them right here in the Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture in Regner Park in West Bend. The garden has grown since it was built by volunteers in 2005. According to the City of West Bend website, "the Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture was designed in the tradition of a seven-circuit Cretan labyrinth, and is 90 feet in diameter. The grassy pathway is lined with a garden full of perennials, annuals, herbs, bulbs and ornamental grasses. It is maintained by local volunteers; anyone is the community is welcome to participate in this ongoing process." It's a delightful, deliberate wandering space to do some serious, or not so serious, thinking at any time of the year.

Thank EmbyWisconsin
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Reviewed November 26, 2013

When the world is feeling very stressed this is the perfect place to renew your inner self. The flowers are beautiful and ever changing thru the season. Butterflies flutter from one flower to the next drawing your eyes to all the colors and textures. The flagstone memorials give you pause to reflex. The entrance to the garden reminds you of a bygone era. So remarkable that this beautiful garden is planned, planted and maintained by volunteers. A true gem not only to West Bend but to Regner Park. Bring your camera

Thank vickyp600
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Reviewed November 26, 2013

For a group of volunteers to have raised funds and done all the planning, planting and maintainance of such a wonderful place to visit, this Labyrinth Garden is amazing and gorgeous in the summer. Besides walking the grass pathway of the Labyrinth for meditation or just coming to enjoy the collection of daylilies, iris and many other perennials in bloom, it is a pleasant place to picnic. It is in a public park and is free and available to all whenever the park is open. June is probably the best time to visit to take advantage of the abundance of daylily blooms.

Thank marylou44
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