Various mazes - from full-size mazes to mazes on paper, from
maize and mirror mazes to "Myst-like" maze adventures.
Photo mazes that bring mazes to life as pictures.
If you enjoy mazes then be prepared to lose yourself in Maze Zing.
Creator Jeffrey David Montanye has grafted his photography experience
and love of mazes together to build intriguing puzzles from
Folks behind this site
claim their mission to be the best maze website in the world! Seems they
do really bite very deep into maze field. Just check it by yourselves!
Many examples are for free, but you have to be paid subscriber in order to
get access to the entire collection of their works.
the Journal of Mazes and Labyrinths by Jeff Saward
The journal of mazes and labyrinths, edited by Jeff Saward. A
marvelous place to visit for everyone who is interested in maze and labyrinth activities. Plenty of mazes - from
the ancient ones through the New Age labyrinths with UV lights, music and dancing, plus links to related a-maze-ing sites.
In 1993 at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania, the American Maze Company created and produced a cornfield maze for entertainment, that was the first maze of this kind ever. With this they brought the art of the
Maze to America and to the cornfield.