One of Grand Bahama's newest attractions, Grand Bahama Labyrinth, is a Religious site within the popular tourist attraction, Garden of The Groves, Freeport, Lucaya. The Labyrinth is a re-creation and replica of an ancient sacred path of the early Christian labyrinth built in accordance with Sacred Geometry in 1201, in the Medieval Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres, France. The historical labyrinth had served as a path to provide a symbolic way to fulfill the early Christian religious requirements of a pilgrimage to the Holy City of Jerusalem. Founded and created in 2008, The Grand Bahama Labyrinth is said to be a sacred tool of healing, designed to calm the mind with focus, stillness and contemplation relating to the wholeness and perfection of creation. On the labyrinth, each path leads to the center. The labyrinth is set in a corner of Garden of the Groves - internationally known for its wide variety of native and exotic species of plant life that attracts a wide array of birds and butterflies. Visitors of all faiths are invited to walk the Labyrinth at any time during the Garden of the Grove's visiting hours, however, GBL walks are facilitaed on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00 am-4:00 pm, or by arrangement. Additionally, a weekly meditation is held at the Labyrinth each Wednesday at 8:45 a.m. Garden of The Groves is located at the eastern end of Midshipman Road with entry on Magellan Drive, Freeport Lucaya.Open daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (open until 10:00 p.m. Fridays) Entry fee $3.00-$15.00 depending on age and group size.  Ph. 242-373-7778 email:


Entry fee $3.00-$15.00 depending on age and group size


Magellan Drive, Garden of the Groves

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Mrs. Barbara Chester
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