Hogwarts Legacy map size and locations

The Hogwarts Legacy map is enormous, encapsulating the castle, Hogsmeade, and the Scottish Highlands, with plenty of landmarks to be found.

The Hogwarts Legacy map allows fans to visit many of their favourite locations around the wizarding world. Whether you want to explore every mystery the castle holds, grab a drink in Hogsmeade, or just wander the gorgeous mountainous landscape, there’s something for you.

In such a massive open-world game, the map is crucial to your exploration, and Hogwarts Legacy is no different. With plenty of locations to explore within the school’s halls and the Scottish Highlands, you need to know how to read this mammoth map, especially since it can get quite overwhelming as we explore in our Hogwarts Legacy review. Here’s everything you need to know about the Hogwarts Legacy map including all the regions and major landmarks you can explore.

Hogwarts Legacy map: The top section of the map

Hogwarts Legacy map: The middle section of the map

Hogwarts Legacy map: The bottom section of the map

Hogwarts Legacy map

Let’s start with the full Hogwarts Legacy map. The images above show off the entire map, and all 14 regions:

  • North Ford Bog
  • Forbidden Forest
  • Hogsmeade Valley
  • North Hogwarts Region
  • South Hogwarts Region
  • Hogwarts Valley
  • Feldcroft Region
  • South Sea Bog
  • Coastal Cavern
  • Poidsear Coast
  • Marunweem Lake
  • Manor Cape
  • Cragcroftshire
  • Clagmar Coast

It’s impossible to fly from the very top of North Ford Bog to the bottom of Clagmar Coast, because when you reach Coastal Cavern, you must dismount and walk through this area filled with enemies. We don’t have the exact dimensions, but the Hogwarts Legacy map is enormous, filled with Hogwarts Legacy beasts hiding in their dens and Hogwarts Legacy landing platforms to ignite, among other points of interest. If you were concerned about not having enough freedom since the focal point of the game is the school, you’d be mistaken. The fastest way to travel around is via the Floo Flame locations, once you’ve unlocked them all.

Hogwarts Legacy map: The map of Hogwarts

Hogwarts map

Hogwarts itself has its own map because as you’d expect, the school is full of twisting corridors, towers, and mysteries to solve. There are at least 32 fast travel points in Hogwarts itself, from the common rooms for the best Hogwarts Legacy house to the Great Hall where the Sorting Hat ceremony takes place. You’ll be referring to the Hogwarts map often when hunting for the Daedalian keys and Gobstone locations.

Here are the seven different regions within Hogwarts itself:

  • Astronomy Wing
  • Bell Tower Wing
  • Grand Staircase
  • Great Hall
  • Library Annex
  • Secret Rooms
  • South Wing

Hogwarts Legacy map: The map of Hogsmeade

Hogsmeade map

Finally, we have the map for Hogsmeade, the small shopping village for witches and wizards. This map is a little more straightforward, with three fast travel locations and a plethora of shops to explore and purchase items from, including the Magic Neep location. You can’t use your broom when you’re inside Hogsmeade, but you can hop on it once you get away from the bulk of the shops in the centre.

That’s everything you need to know about the Hogwarts Legacy map and where it will take you. For more essential guides to the biggest Harry Potter game to date, make sure you read up on the Hogwarts Legacy talents, all the Hogwarts Legacy spells, and the Hogwarts Legacy potions you can brew in class. Once you’re ready to move on to something new, give our best PC games list a read to discover a boatload of brilliant games.

The creator of the Harry Potter series, JK Rowling, has made a number of transphobic remarks on social media in recent years. Warner Bros. has the licence to make games based on Harry Potter. While the details of that deal aren’t publicly known, and WB Games says “J.K. Rowling is not directly involved in the creation of the game”, it is likely that, as the creator and owner of the Harry Potter IP, she will earn royalties from its sales. If you’d like to learn more about transgender equality or lend your support, here are two important charities we encourage you to check out: the National Center for Transgender Equality in the US, and Mermaids in the UK.