Fantasy of Flight’s Labyrinth offers a contemplative opportunity among the many features of the “World’s Greatest Aircraft Collection.” Designed by Kermit Weeks and based on an ancient pattern, Fantasy of Flight’s outdoor labyrinth offers guests a unique opportunity to employ a centuries-old method of problem solving, focusing, relaxing, and reflecting… simply through mindful walking.
As a free interpretation of a medieval type labyrinth, it bears a resemblance to the classic labyrinth design within the Cathedral of Chartres in Paris. It was built and installed in autumn of 2009 by the Fantasy of Flight maintenance group. Constructed of brick and pavers, it is 57 feet in diameter, and the path from the start to the center is approximately 620 feet.
Fantasy of Flight’s Labyrinth is registered as ID# 4118 on the World-wide Labyrinth Locator.