Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Memories Locations

Are you regularly playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Well, then you need to know all the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild memory locations to progress in the game. Also, if you don’t know, let me inform you that Sacred Ground Ruins, Lake Kolomo, Ancients Columns, Kara Kara Bazaar, etc. are some of the examples of memory locations in this online game. The Legend of Zelda is an action-adventure online game.

Players of this game will be able to spend hours just wandering and exploring even without progressing in the game. However, although you have to hunt wildlife, grab the best loot, and explore shrines while progressing in the game, you need to explore 13 memory locations as well. Players can have every memory tied to a photograph. In this article, I will be discussing those memory locations one by one. Keep reading. 

How Will You Be Able To Find All Memory Locations In Breath Of The Wild?


Actually, there is no time limit while you are finding all memory locations in Breath of the Wild. The quest for captured memories can be anywhere in the game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Players will be able to have some significant stories from those Captured Memories. 

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On the other hand, these memories can even answer your questions as well. Therefore, below, I have listed all those 13 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild memory locations. Take a look. 

1. Sacred Ground Ruins

This is the first memory location that you will explore in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The quest is set in Kakariko Village by Impa. Therefore, exploring the Sacred Ground Ruin is a part of the quest.  The only closest wrap point to Sacred Ground Ruins is the Central Tower. 

You should paraglide north via Hyrule Field to the semi-circular construction that you see on the map.  You can see another closer wrap, katah Chuki Shrine if you have already unlocked the Central Tower. Be careful when you are fighting the marauding Guardians. 

2. Lake Kolomo

To explore Lake Kolomo and find another Captured memory in the Breath of the Wild, you should paraglide to Hyrule Field from the Grand Plateau Tower. 

3. Ancient Columns

To explore the Ancient Columns, you should head towards the Piper Ridge from the Tabantha Tower. You will be able to find the Captured Memory next to the Tena Ko’sah Shrine.

4. Kara Kara Bazaar

First, reach Gerudo Desert Wasteland Tower. From there you should head towards the road which takes you to Gerudo Town. you will see the Captured memory at the edge of a pond that is located in the center of the Kara Kara Bazaar. If you are lucky enough, you will be able able to find and activate the Kay Noh Shrine. It is actually a good wrap point. 

5. Eldin Canyon

To find the Captured memory at Eldin Canyon, you should begin from the Eldin Tower and go the Goronbi Lake. choose the right gear as it will be so hot there. On the hand, you can begin your journey from the Woodland Tower and go to the mountains. You will see the memory halfway between 2 towers. 

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You need to climb the mountains. So, you need to have a strong level of stamina. You can keep stamina-restring things or climbing gears with you. 

5. Irch Plain

To reach Irch Plain, you need to start from the Ridgeland Tower. After that, you should paraglide northwest. This will lead you to the Korok Forest. You will be able to see a tiny U-shaped body of water. You will be able to see the Captured memory near the water body. 

6. West Necluda

First, reach Gerudo Desert Wasteland Tower. Now, you will need to paraglide to the Dueling Peaks. When you are on your quest for the West Necluda, you should land on the Scout’s Hill. This is located on the west bank of the Hylin River. You should look down from Scout’s Hill. you will see a tree on the hill. 

7. Hyrule Castle

Hyrule Castle is the most difficult location that you will have to explore in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. the Hyrule Castle is full of Calamity Ganon’s underlings. So, do not step into the Hyrule castle until you have the best gear with you. You should have the Hylian Shield and Master Sword when you are about to step into the Hyrule Castle. 

If you see the map, you will see that the entry point of the Hyrule Castle is marked by a sword badge on the west of the moat of the Castle. You will see a few Guardians here. So, be very careful, once you reach the moat of the Castle. 

8. Spring Of Power

Unlike the Hyrule Castle, the Spring of Power is the easiest location for a Captured memory of Link. In Case you have accessed the Katosa Aug Shrine or activated the wrap point at the Akkala Tech Lab, you will be able to begin your quest for the Spring of Power. 

9. Sanidin Park Ruins

To access the Sanidin Park Ruins, you will need to begin from the Central Tower to Mount Daphnes. You must have landed on the nearby peaks. After that cross the Regencia River by gliding at those peaks. You will be able to see the statue of a horse on a large hill. You will be able to find the captured memory near the statue of the horse. 

10. Lanaryu Road East Gate

Memory 15- Return of Calamity Ganon is located at Lanayru Road- East Gate. when players leave the Kakariko Village through the hills, they will be able to get to Lanayru Road- East Gate directly. Once they pass the Great Fairy Fountain, they will be able to see a road on their right. This road will take the players to a promenade full of Bokoblins. It ends with a Moblin that guards the East Gate. there, players will see the memory 15. 

11. Hyrule Field

The Hyrule Field is situated near the Dueling Peaks Tower and Central Tower. You should walk on a path off the Hylia River’s bank. In case you have already activated it, you can begin the quest from the Kaya Wan Shrine which is located next to the Wetland Stable. 

12. Blatchery Plain

Blatchery Plain is considered the 13th and the final location of the captured memory. But, the quest for the Blatchery Plain will be time-taking as you can only reach this place once you have explored the first 12 locations. 

Therefore, to reach the Blatchery Plain, first, you will need to go to the Kakariko Village and talk to Impa. impa will show you a photograph along with the location. Once the wrap to Hetano Tower is done, you should go to the Platchery Plain. 

In case you have already unlocked the Ha Dahamar Shrine which is located next to the Dueling Peaks Stable, you can access the Blatchery Plain as well. For that, you will need to have a horse. 

Frequently Asked Questions-


Q1. How do I get memory 15?
Ans. Memory 15- Return of Calamity Ganon is located at Lanayru Road- East Gate. when players leave the Kakariko Village through the hills, they will be able to get to Lanayru Road- East Gate directly. Once they pass the Great Fairy Fountain, they will be able to see a road on their right. This road will take the players to a promenade full of Bokoblins. It ends with a Moblin that guards the East Gate. there, players will see the memory 15. 

2. Does Zelda love Link?
Ans. Yes, of course!  The relationship between Zelda and Link develops from reluctant allies to lovers. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild offers you 13 captured memory locations by which you can unlock the forgotten memory of Link. while exploring the memory locations, you will be able to see the love between Zelda and Link at multiple stages of the game. 

Final Thoughts


So, this is everything about the captured memory locations in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. all the best! Happy gaming!

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