Caerdroia is an independent journal for the study of mazes and labyrinths. Founded in 1980 by Jeff Saward, the journal acts as a forum for historical and theoretical research, the publication of archive material, and as a monitor of current developments with the field. What began as a labour of love and a keen desire to share information about historical labyrinths has grown into a valued archive and resource for historians, researchers and enthusiasts.

As a non-profit making journal dealing with a very specialised subject, Caerdroia relies on reader contributions and subscriptions for support. If you are interested in the history, development, diversity or potential of mazes and labyrinths in any of their forms, perhaps you would care to join us on the path…

Published in both digital and print versions, copies may be purchased online from Labyrinthos by clicking here.