Tuesdays-Fridays* 12 - 4pm
Some Sundays* 12 - 4pm
*Gates open at 12pm. Visitors leave by 4pm.
CLOSED Holidays, Mondays, and Saturdays (except for the almost monthly Saturday $10 event entitled Experience the Labyrinth Workshop. Please go to PeaceLabyrinth.org/Events for more information and to obtain your $10 ticket.)
We are currently closed until July 26th for retreat classes for those on MSIA discourses.
*We may also close unexpectedly during slippery or wet weather, best to call ahead on such days.
*Reservations Required to Enter Grounds
Reservations: Make your reservation by clicking one of the Ticket buttons below.
Groups of 6 or more: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How Does It Work?
Tickets are required for entrance. Simply present your ticket at the gate. Arrive at your appointed tour time and you may stay up until 4pm.
Once your tour is complete, enjoy the labyrinth and gardens at your leisure.
If you are a returning visitor, let the greeter and/or docents know and skip the tour. However, if you are a returning with someone who is stepping onto to the property for the first time, another tour is required.
Filtered water and sun hats are available. Dress is casual.
Note: All tickets will say 12:00pm-4:00pm next to the date, but please come at the time you chose while registering.
Map & Address
3500 W Adams Bl, Los Angeles, CA 90018
Handicap and Wheelchair Accessibility
The labyrinth & garden levels are not wheelchair accessible. We have a wheelchair accessible ramp for access into the building (on the left side of the building). We have one handicap parking space.
There is no professional photography or filming allowed without prior permission.
No animals, other than service dogs are allowed on the property.
No smoking, recreational drugs, or alcohol permitted.
Avoid the use of cell phones or loud devices.
Using the property for meetings not affiliated with PAL&G is not permitted.
Please respect the labyrinth and grounds as a sanctuary.
"Peace must start at home: in your physical home, and even more important, within you.
You can call it the heart, Spirit, God, awareness, caring, empathy, or other words that identify the place of peace within you."
John-Roger, PAL&G Founder, DSS
(From: Loving Each Day For Peacemakers, Choosing Peace Every Day)