Rome, Georgia: Labyrinth of Rome

1930s WPA amphitheater was transformed in 2010 into a meditative labyrinth composed of 5,490 bricks.

Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau

402 Civic Center Dr., Rome, GA
Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau. Labyrinth is on the SE corner of Dogwood Dr. and Civic Center Dr. next to the parking lot.
Sunrise to sunset. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Labyrinth of Rome.

Labyrinth of Rome

A WPA-era amphitheater was converted into a labyrinth not far from a Civil War earthen fort on Rome's historic Jackson Hill.

[Luke, 05/27/2014]

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