Le Labyrinthe Durbuy

Unique in Belgium!

This collection of labyrinths has a surface that equals 22 football fields with secret corridors and small alleys. Visitors listen to the stories of the wonderful characters they encounter on their way to find the correct route out of the maze.

On more than 11 hectare acres, a new show, a new drawing, a new form to stimulate your neurodiversity or just have you per~fuddled (perplexed and befuddled).

A great attraction, in a magnificent setting, in full nature, where you can find labyrinths in all kinds of forms:

- the giant corn labyrinth and its show.

- the labyrinth of doors that only opens with secret codes. oooh ~ la ~ la ( ~ ;

the child labyrinth (3 - 8 years old).
- the exhibition of miniature labyrinths.

AND NEW THEME EACH Year: 2013

Yakari, the little Indian has put up his tipi in the middle of the Labyrinth. Yakari invites you this summer to follow the traces of the Sioux across the Labyrinth.

“The path you walk is not logical--the twists and turns make no sense and you find you must give up on trying to figure out and just let yourself follow the path. When done with an appreciation of primal rhythms, each time you turn you stimulate the opposite hemisphere in your brain, which offers a full-brain view of whatever it is you are pondering. That's one of the reasons why labyrinths can be so effective in helping you solve problems in your life." Randy Eady, The Foot Whisperer

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