All Floo Flame locations and how to fast travel in Hogwarts Legacy
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If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, then you likely know what Floo Powder is. This magical dust is essentially a way for witches and wizards to get from one to the other in a matter of seconds. It made its first appearance in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, where Harry used it incorrectly to get from the Weasley’s house to Diagon Alley.

In Hogwarts Legacy, Floo Powder has been altered into Floo Flame but it essentially serves the same purpose. Players can use it to fast travel all over the map, which is great news given how large the Hogwarts Legacy map is. Here’s how to use the Floo Flame fast travel system and all of its locations in Hogwarts Legacy.

How to fast travel in Hogwarts Legacy

If you want to fast travel in Hogwarts Legacy, all you need to do is find a Floo Flame somewhere on the map. You’re given the location of a couple of them right at the start of the game, after the Sorting Ceremony. Professor Weasley will guide you to a couple of them and explain how the system works. All you need to know is that you can fast travel to any Floo Flame you’ve previously discovered.

You’ll know when you’ve discovered one when you see a green flame icon on your map. If you see a gray flame icon, that means there’s a Floo Flame there, but you haven’t discovered it yet. Floo Flames are identifiable in-game by a green flame and an icon above them. To use one, just walk up to it, interact with it, and choose where you want to fast travel to.

You will then fast travel to the exact spot on the map where that particular Floo Flame is. As previously mentioned, you can only fast travel to Floo Flames you’ve discovered, so only locations with the green flame icon.

All Floo Flame locations in Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy fast travel floo flame locations
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At the time of writing, we only know of a handful of Floo Flame locations. However, as Hogwarts Legacy opens up for more and more players, we’ll update this guide to give you the full list of locations. For now, here are the spots we know of:

  • All four Hogwarts House Common Rooms (Slytherin, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Gryffindor)
  • Grand Staircase by the Viaduct
  • Grand Staircase by the Hufflepuff Common Room
  • Lower Grand Staircase
  • Central Hall
  • Hogsmeade (three locations)
  • Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom and tower
  • Herbology Greenhouse
  • Viaduct courtyard
  • History of Magic classroom
  • Charms classroom
  • Professor Fig’s classroom
  • Hagrid’s Hut
  • Clock Tower
  • Fountain area near the Library
  • Dark Arts Wing (two locations)
  • Divination Tower
  • Hesperus Hall bridge
  • Clock Tower courtyard bridge
  • Transfiguration courtyard and classroom
  • Bell Tower courtyard
  • Flying Class area
  • Magical Beasts classroom
  • West Tower
  • North Exit
  • Quad courtyard
  • Ravenclaw Tower
  • Trophy Room
  • Boathouse
  • Divination classroom
  • Library
  • Potions classroom
  • The Map Chamber
  • The Room of Requirement
  • Faculty Tower
  • Hospital
  • South Exit
  • Pitt-Upon-Ford
  • San Bakar’s Tower
  • East North Ford Bog
  • North Ford Bog
  • Jackdaw’s Tomb
  • West Forbiudden Forest
  • North Ford Bog Entrance
  • Upper Hogsfield
  • Falbarton Castle
  • East Hogsmeade Valley
  • Korrow Ruins
  • The Collector’s Cave
  • East North Hogwarts Region
  • Aranshire
  • Lower Hogsfield
  • Mooncalf Den
  • Forbidden Forest
  • West Hogwarts Valley
  • Central Hogwarts Valley
  • Brocburrow
  • Keenbridge
  • The Mine’s Eye
  • North Feldcroft
  • Feldcroft
  • Feldcroft Catacomb
  • South Feldcroft
  • Rookwood Castle
  • Irondale
  • Northern South Sea Bog
  • East South Sea Bog
  • North Poidsear Coast
  • Tomb of Trechery
  • Poidsear Castle
  • Phoenix mountain cave
  • South Poidsear Coast
  • Marunweem Bridge
  • Coastal Mine
  • Marunweem Ruins
  • Marunweem
  • Marunweem Lake
  • Tower Tunnel
  • Bainburgh
  • West Manor Cape
  • Cragcroft Shore
  • Cragcroft
  • Clagmar Castle
  • Clagmar Coast

Once we know more locations, they’ll be added to the list.


Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.


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