365 Things to Do in Memphis #209: Find the Center of the Labrynth

Posted by Holly Whitfield | July 27th 2012 589 7

Updated July 2017

You’re stressed out. You’re high strung. Maybe you just like puzzles. Either way, there’s a labrynth at Cancer Survivor’s Park that you should walk. It’s assignment #209 in the 365 Things to Do in Memphis.

Maze, Cancer Survivor's Park, Memphis, Tenn.

It’s a fairly gentle labrynth – it’s easy and winding, designed to calm you down and give you a chance to reflect. (Unless you’re me – I’m so high strung that I could only relax after I had finished the thing.)

While you’re in the park, check out the art – there’s a wildflower garden with sculptures, some of metalworker Yvonne Bobo’s giant kinetic trees and a mosaic by Kristi Duckworth.

Go there:

Cancer Survivors Park

701 Perkins Exd
Memphis, TN 38117

Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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  1. heather says:

    Hi, Kerry!  I don't mean to nitpick, but I thought this info might be helpful.  This is actually a labyrinth, not a maze.  It's impossible to get lost because there is only one path… it winds its way to the center then back out. There are several in the city in addition to the one at Cancer Survivor's Park: First Congo in Cooper-Young, Calvary Episcopal Church downtown, & Rhodes College. 

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