Hogwarts Legacy - All Hogsmeade Eye Chests Guide
Open all the Eye Chests in Hogsmeade to earn a lot of gold in Hogwarts Legacy.
There are several Hogwarts Legacy Eye Chests found in the village of Hogsmeade. Each of these containers rewards you with 500 gold, allowing you to buy recipes and blueprints to boost your character. Here's our guide to help you open all Hogwarts Legacy Eye Chests found in Hogsmeade Village.
Hogsmeade Eye Chests locations
As mentioned in our castle chests guide, you need the Disillusionment spell from the Secrets of the Restricted Section quest. It allows you to sneak up and get close enough to the containers without alerting them. In any case, we list down the Hogwarts Legacy Eye Chests in Hogsmeade below. You can refer to the maps, which we've divided into the northern and southern sections of the town.
Hogsmeade Village (North)
- 1. Found inside the Dogweed and Deathcap shop.
- 2. From Dogweed and Deathcap, cross the bridge and look at the house to your left.
- 3. Just past that is another chest to your right near Brood and Peck.
- 4. Check the Dervish and Banges shop beside Gladrag's Wizardwear.
- 5. Head to the eastern outskirts of town. This container is behind a hut.
- 6. This Hogsmeade Eye Chest in Hogwarts Legacy is in an alleyway near the central bridge.
- 7. Take a look behind the large crypt in the cemetery.
Hogsmeade Village (South)
- 8. Check the western part of the Magic Neep shop.
- 9. This Hogsmeade Eye Chest in Hogwarts Legacy is under the northwest bridge.
- 10. You'll spot this behind an old house. It's next to a broken-down cart.
- 11. In the bedroom of the Tomes and Scrolls shop owner.
- 12. Slightly southeast of the South Hogsmeade fast travel point is a house with a blue storm cellar. The container is next to it.
- 13. This Hogswart Legacy Eye Chest is in the southeastern outskirts of Hogsmeade in a terrace.
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