It is important to know where Goddess Statue Locations are in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdombecause it is thanks to these statues that you will improve the heart and the stamina of Link.
Some of these Goddess Statues also have side quests for you, so if you’re a Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom finalist, you’ll want to visit them and complete their quests.
Below we have described all the Goddess Statue Locations and Mapsas well as the quests that some offer, in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Goddess Statue Locations and Maps in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
There are two types of Goddess Statues in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – those that will always buff your heart or stamina, and others that will grant you a quest when you first interact with them.
Below is a summary map of the 11 Goddess Statues that grant Heart and Stamina buffs in Hyrule. There is of course one on the Great Sky Island as well.
If you want more details on these individual goddess statues, keep reading after the map.
Here’s a detailed look at the Goddess Statue locations, organized by Skyview Tower region, for those that will improve your heart and stamina in Tears of the Kingdom:
Temple of Time Goddess Statue location on Great Sky Island (0453, -0772, 1466)
This is the first goddess statue you encounter in Tears of the Kingdom shortly after gaining the recall ability. Remember that you still have to use this ability on the wheel in the temple if you want to see the statue again.
Location of the Emergency Shelter Goddess Statue at Lookout Landing (-0242, 0086, 0008)
To find this Goddess Statue, you need to visit the Emergency Shelter at Lookout Landing, which can be reached by going down the ladder in the middle of this location. If you’ve never visited the Vault before, you’ll need to talk to Scorpis to open it for you.
Location of the Rito Village Goddess Statue in the Rospro Pass area (-3607. 1805, 0181)
You can find the Rito Village Goddess Statue at the bottom of the stairs that take you into the village. Someone put a little wreath in there.
Zora Domain Goddess Statue Location in Zorana Download Region (3316, 0501, 0150)
This goddess statue can be found at the bottom of the stairs leading to the throne room in Zora’s domain:
Location of the Goron City Goddess Statue in the Eldin Canyon area (1718, 2456, 0393)
This goddess statue can be found east of the inn in Goron City and has a small crown on her head:
Location of the Gerudo City Goddess Statue in the Gerudo Canyon area (-3875, -2969, 0034)
This goddess statue can be found in the shelter in Gerudo Town, near the prop stand:
Location of Hateno village goddess statue in Mount Lanayru area (3438, -2099, 0130)
To find this statue, visit the big house to the left of the inn – you will find the statue of the goddess in a small altar outside this house:
Location of Kakariko village goddess statue in Sahasra Slope area (1838, -0996, 0112)
You will find this statue of the goddess in the middle of the pond in Kakariko village:
Location of Lurelin Village Goddess Statue in Rabella Wetlands Area (2922, -3444, 0000)
This goddess statue is in a small stone alcove by the sea. It will be there even if the pirates still inhabit the village of Lurelin:
City of Tarrey Goddess Statue location in the Ulri Mountains region (3967, 1611, 0127)
You can find a statue of the goddess in the middle of the town of Tarrey:
If you decide to invest your rupees in building a house in Tarrey Town, you will also be able to add a statue of the goddess to said house. This means that there can be two goddess statues in the town of Tarrey.
East Akkala Stable Well Goddess Statue location in Ulri Mountain area (4260, 2809, 0105)
To find this statue of the goddess, you must first jump into the well which is near the stable in East Akkala. It is located at these coordinates: 4234, 2778, 0126. Once there, destroy the rocks and, if you use a Bomb Flower, we recommend that you put a good distance between you and the target.
Now crouch down and go through the hole to find the Goddess Statue with some wandering fairies.
Location of the Korok Forest Goddess Statue in the Thyphlo Ruins area (0416, 2178, 0153)
This goddess statue can be found in the Mojo tree:
Here are the other Goddess Statues, organized by the Skyview Tower region, that you might encounter while exploring Hyrule, and the quests they will give you:
Location of the Spring Goddess of Courage Statue in the Popla Foothills area (0874, -2362, 0017)
This statue of the Goddess can be found in the Zonai Ruins which are south of the Popla Foothills Skyview Tower. Its exact location is at the back of the Dragon Head Ruin. The easiest way to reach it is to quickly go to Jiukoum Tower or Shrine, then descend to the end of the ruins.
You will receive the Goddess of Courage Statue side quest when you first visit and interact with this Goddess Statue.
Source of Power Goddess Statue location in Ulri Mountain area (3758, 2676, 0003)
To find this statue of the goddess, we recommend that you quickly go to the Sinatanika Shrine or the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower. Whichever location you use, you now need to head north until you reach Ordorac Quarry.
Now you can jump into the quarry or walk around the edge until you find the source. If you walk around the edge, just slide up to the Goddess Statue, but if you go through the Quarry, you’ll need to find a leaf-covered tunnel along its northern cliff.
The first time you interact with this statue, you will receive the Statue of the Goddess of Power side quest.
Location of the Spring Goddess of Wisdom Statue on Mount Lanayru (3913, -1329, 0467)
To find this Goddess Statue, you need to climb Mount Lanayru, and when you get close to its peak, you will find the Source of Wisdom. If you’ve unlocked Mount Lanayru’s Skyview Tower, just follow the path until you find it. Just be sure to bring food and cold-resistant clothing.
We recommend interacting with this statue the first time you visit it, as it will grant you the Goddess of Wisdom Statue side quest.
Forgotten Temple Goddess Statue location in Pikida Stonegrove area (-1069, 2684, -0081)
This Goddess Statue can be found at the end of the Forgotten Temple in the Pikida Stonegrove area. If you want to know how to reach this statue, check out our Dragon Tears locations guide where we outline the quest opening steps, including how to enter the Forgotten Temple.
You can also easily access it by quickly going to the Mayausiy Shrine.
This Goddess Statue is also known as the Mother Goddess Statue, which is most likely a reference to how this was originally the Goddess Statue that sat on Skyloft Island in Skyward Sword.
It has also seen better days, as when you first visit this giant statue of the goddess will be lying on the ground. To restore it, you must complete the three side quests given to you when you visit the three Goddess Statues described above.
Great Plateau Goddess Statue location in Hyrule Field area (-0823, -2028, 0119)
You can still find a statue of the goddess in the ruins of the Temple of Time on the Grand Plateau.
When you first speak to this statue, it will ask you to find another statue at the gates of the Grand Plateau. After doing so and returning to the ruins of the Temple of Time, he will grant you the side adventure A Call from the Deep.
Once you complete this quest, you will be able to upgrade Link’s heart and stamina at the statue hidden in the depths.
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