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The Labyrinth at Riley Hospital for Children

in Indianapolis, Indiana

Located outside on the N.E. corner of the Riley Hospital For Children campus...

... in downtown Indianapolis, this labyrinth is a central feature of the hospital’s healing garden. The labyrinth was designed by John Ridder of Paxworks and installed in May, 2014.

This labyrinth rests in a wonderfully-landscaped setting, and is handicap accessible. Tucked between a tree-lined street, sweeping pathways and award-winning architecture, the labyrinth grounds this attractive corner of the Riley hospital campus with an atmosphere of intentional care and healing possibility.

There is plenty of parking nearby and while the high visibility area provides a secure sense for those using the labyrinth, the placement of this labyrinth in a sunken garden like space also offers a quiet location for reflection, meditation, prayer and more.

This labyrinth truly is a beautiful, and a fitting, addition for the hospital’s holistic care and healing of children and their families.

This is a Web-page affiliated with the Well-Fed Spirit Website. While the content contained on this page is intended to provide positive, complimentary & helpful information reviewing the labyrinth at Riley Children's Hospital, this page is not formally affiliated with that organization.


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