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How to find and access Walking Mausoleum in Elden Ring

The Walking Mausoleum hold great power for the Tarnished. Here's how to find all the locations of the Walking Mausoleum in Elden Ring.
How to find and access Walking Mausoleum in Elden Ring
The Walking Mausoleum are unique locations in Elden Ring that offer unique opportunities for the Tarnished to gain powerful weapons and abilities. Players wanting to push the limits of their strength, the Walking Mausoleum is a definite stop on your journey to be the next Elden Lord.

These giant stone turtle creatures can be found roaming the Lands Between, and accessing them can seem daunting. This guide will detail all the Walking Mausoleum locations and how to access them in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring Walking Mausoleum  – All known locations

There are seven Walking Mausoleums wandering around the Lands Between for players to seek out. Their walking radius is relatively small, so they'll generally not move very far from one area, as you can listen to the loud bell that rings as they walk.

The first Walking Mausoleum is located in the Weeping Peninsula.
The first Walking Mausoleum is located in the Weeping Peninsula. (Picture: Fextralife / FromSoftware)

As they move rather slowly within the found locations and are large, locating them isn't hard to achieve. The first location is somewhere in the western section of Weeping Peninsula, east of the Isolated Merchant's shack.

There are three Walking Mausoleums located in Liurnia of the Lakes, with the first one found north-east of Raya Lucaria, in the waters near the Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel Site of Grace. The remaining two are located around the Mausoleum Compound Grace in Uld Palace Ruins, north of the Church of Vows.

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There are three Walking Mausoleums located around the Liurnia of the Lakes region. (Picture: Fextralife / FromSoftware)

The following locations are pretty close by; the first is in the northern part of Mountaintop of the Giants, just outside Castle Sol. At the Consecrated Snowfield, northwest of Ordina, the other Walking Mausoleum is beside the Apostate Derelict Site of Grace.

The final Walking Mausoleum location is found at Deeproot Depths. Head to the northern part and look for The Nameless Eternal City Site of Grace, where you'll need to destroy the skulls at the top to access it.

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The next two Walking Mausoleum are located near the Mountaintop of the Giants and the Consecrated Snowfield, respectively. (Picture: Fextralife / FromSoftware)

How to access the Walking Mausoleum in Elden Ring?

Once you have located any of the Walking Mausoleum we've explained previously, you may wonder how to access these massive structures. Luckily, accessing them isn't too complicated or frustrating to achieve.

Each Mausoleum will have large deposits on its body, either on the feet or outside the building it's carrying. Depending on where it is, you'll need to destroy the ones near the legs or find a way onto the Walking Mausoleum using cliffs, roots and other buildings to jump onto it and eliminate the deposits.

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Once you have located the Walking Mausoleum, you must destroy the large deposits found on its legs or body. (Picture: YouTube / Sipder)

Once you have destroyed the deposits, the Walking Mausoleum will become slow down, and you can access the building on its back. Here you can duplicate Remembrances to trade with Enia to gain boss weapons like the Sacred Relic sword that uses the Gold Wave Skill.

It's worth noting that you can access each Mausoleum once it's been accessed; you won't be able to duplicate a Remembrance there again. Regardless of your choice, you will be able to gain powerful weapons and skills if you use any of the Walking Mausoleums located in the Lands Between.

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