Goddess statues are special shrines in Zelda Breath of The Wild. They’re dedicated to the goddess Hylia, and they allow you to spend your spirit orbs on health and stamina upgrades. There are a bunch of them around the world – every major settlement has one. Still, some players are having trouble finding them, since they’re often inconspicuous. In this guide, we’re going to show you all Zelda Breath of The Wild goddess statue locations.
Hylia statue locations
The first one you’ll encounter is in the Great Plateau, the starting area. It’s inside the Temple of Time. It’s the only large statue of Hylia you’ll find, and there are several nearby shrines that can act as fast travel points.
You can find a statue in Hateno Village as well, in the east of the Necluda area. There’s a house on a hill next to the inn. Climb up the path to the house, and you’ll see the statue in an alcove, near an open fire and an apple tree.
One of the statues is in Kakariko Village. It’s in the pond between the armor store and the inn. This is the one most players seem to be using, when they can’t find the other ones.
Zora’s Domain, the frozen city in the Lanaryu region, also has a goddess statue of its own. It’s really easy to miss, since it’s the same color as the wall behind it. After you climb the first set of stairs that lead towards the throne room (above the shops), you’ll come to a second staircase. The statue will be at the bottom of that stairwell.
The one in Tarrey Town is impossible to miss – it’s right in the middle of the village square. Of course, it won’t appear before you build up Tarrey Town by completing the From the Ground Up quest.
One of the statues is hidden in Gerudo Town, in the southwestern corner of the map. It’s off the beaten path, in an alley in the east of the settlement. If you go through the main entrance, turn left and go past the sand seal enclosure. Turn right when you reach the wall, and you’ll see an old woman sitting next to the statue. Of course, you first need to find a way to enter Gerudo Town.
The one in Rito Village, in the northwest, is easy to find, but it’s also easy to overlook. When coming to the town by foot, you’ll climb a long set of stairs before you start circling the stone pillar. As soon as you reach the pillar, you should see the statue in front of you.
The last one is in Goron City, on the western slopes of Death Mountain. The volcanic ground requires you to have heat resistant clothing. As you pass through the city coming from the south, you’ll find the statue next to the last house on the right.