Where to Find the One-Eyed Witch Statue in Hogwarts Legacy - Prima Games

Where to Find the One-Eyed Witch Statue in Hogwarts Legacy

More trouble ahead.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
One-Eye Witch Statue

As if the first potions class stunt wasn’t enough, Garreth Weasley has another task that involves stealing some ingredients and it’s no wonder some students don’t like him. Regardless, you’ve decided to help and now you have to find the One-Eyed Witch Statue in Hogwarts Legacy.

It’s not necessarily the statue that we need, but rather the secret passage that it leads to. However, we’ll need to do a bit of searching in the castle to reach the One-Eyed Witch before we can head down the secret path. This guide will help you do just that so Garreth can continue his antics.

Hogwarts Legacy – Where to Find the One-Eyed Witch Statue

When the quest begins, you can follow a trail that leads to the general vicinity of the statue, which is marked in purple on your mini-map. This trail will lead us to an area near The Grand Staircase section of the tower. It’s nearly in the middle of the staircase, just above the Lower Grand Staircase Floo Flame, and below the Grand Staircase Tower Floo Flame.

The statue is in a hallway near where you speak with Gladwin Moon and the staircase itself. You’ll know when you’ve found it because the One-Eyed Witch aspect of the quest will be completed and the passage will be marked on your map. It’s also hard to miss a statue that looks like it came out of a cartoon and has one eye.

After you enter the passage, you can explore the area and look for more gear for your Wizard or Witch in Hogwarts Legacy. You can also just barrel ahead and grab the Billywig stings that Garreth Weasley has collected. With the stings in hand, head back to your classmate and turn in the quest.

Related: Hogwarts Legacy Trophies and Achievements Listed

And that is all! If you are interested in learning more about the game, How to Defeat Inferius in Hogwarts Legacy and Where to Find Thestrals in Hogwarts Legacy.

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.