Elden Ring: All 7 Walking Mausoleum Locations

Our guide covers the locations of all the Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring; learn how you can kill and use them to duplicate Remembrances.

Elden Ring’s Walking Mausoleums are an uncommon enemy type that lets you duplicate Remembrances. A Remembrance is a rare item that can be traded for special boss weapons from the Finger Reader Enya at the Roundtable Hold. But out of the 2 weapon options for each Remembrance, you can only get 1 weapon from those options. So if you duplicate a Remembrance with the Mausoleum, you can grab both its weapons from Enya.

Key Takeaways

There are a total of 7 Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring but with one distinctive location where players can find two in a single area.

  • Players can find all these Mausoleums in the following locations:
    1. Weeping Peninsula: Near the Tombsward Ruins Site of Grace, located southwest of the biome.
    2. Bellum Highway: Close to the eastern edge of the cliff at the beginning of the highway.
    3. Frenzied Flame Village: Located east of the Bellum Highway in the southern region of Liurnia.
    4. Mountaintops of the Giants: Next to the Castle Sol Site of Grace in the northern region of the area.
    5. Consecrated Snowfield: Wandering outside the Apostate Derelict at the western edge of the Snowfield.
    6. Deeproot Depths: In the open area beyond the large branches.
  • There are 2 types of Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring:
    1. Bell Mausoleums: These variants can duplicate any Remembrance.
    2. Non-Bell Mausoleums: These can only duplicate Non-Shardbearer Remembrances.
  • Breaking the skull-shaped barnacles located either on their legs or on the building atop them will cause the Mausoleums to fall.
  • Once they’re down, players can enter the aforementioned building and duplicate their Remembrances inside.

Walking Mausoleums Locations

Walking Mausoleum Region Location
FirstWeeping Peninsula (Bell)East of isolated merchants shack.
Second Liurnia of the lakes (Bell)Northeast of Raya Lucaria Academy, in the waters in front of Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel Grace.
ThirdLiurnia of the lakes (No Bell)North of the Ruined Labriynth Grace.
FourthLiurnia of the lakes (No Bell) Mausoleum Compound Grace.
FifthMountaintops of the Giants (Bell)Outside Castle Sol in the northern area.
SixthConsecrated Snowfield (Bell)Northwest of Ordina, Next to the Apostate Derelict Grace.
Seventh Deeproot Depths (Bell)North of the Nameless Eternal City.

Elden Ring’s Walking Mausoleums are a rare breed of monsters since you can only find 7 of them in the entire game. And since you can get up to 15 Remembrances in a single playthrough, you’ll have to decide which ones are worth duplicating. Fortunately, most of the Walking Mausoleums are in Elden Ring’s end-game locations, so once you get to them, you’ll have a clearer idea of which boss’ Remembrance Weapons suit you the most.

Weeping Peninsula

You’ll likely encounter your first Walking Mausoleum in the Weeping Peninsula south of Limgrave. Personally, I found this massive behemoth to be the easiest Mausoleum to kill with its slow mobility and weak damage output overall.

Here’s the optimal route I would recommend following for reaching this Mausoleum:

  1. Once you’ve reached the Peninsula, you’ll have to make your way to the Tombsward Site of Grace located next to the Minor Erdtree in the southwestern region of the biome.
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Tombsward Site of Grace (Screenshot by eXputer)
    1. From here, descend down the hill and make your way to the open field in front and you’ll see the giant Mausoleum slowly wandering the area.
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Walking Mausoleum in the Weeping Peninsula (Screenshot by eXputer)

Liurnia Of The Lakes

Fortunately, the next 3 Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring are located in a single biome, Liurnia, which is likely the second location you’ll visit after defeating Godrick the Grafted in Limgrave. It’s better to reserve the duplicating ability from these Mausoleums for later since you’ll have beaten more bosses and as a result, have more Remembrances and build variety by then.

Bellum Highway

  1. Starting from the Main Academy Gate Site of Grace outside Raya Lucaria at the center of Liurnia, make your way towards the glowing snowflake in front of the narrow bridge.
Main Academy Gate Liurnia
Glowing Snowflake next to the Main Academy Gate (Image by eXputer)
    1. Interacting with this snowflake will teleport you across the bridge all the way to the start of the Bellum Highway.
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The Bellum Highway (Screenshot Grab: eXputer)
    1. Touch the East Raya Lucaria Gate Site of Grace and head east until you reach the cliff and see the first Walking Mausoleum wandering the Lake just beyond this point.
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Walking Mausoleum near the Bellum Highway (Image Captured by eXputer)
    1. Now, look to your left and you’ll see a few stone pedestals embedded next to the cliff’s edge.
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The Stone Pedestals next to the cliff (Image Captured by eXputer)
    1. Use Torrent to jump onto the pedestals close the distance as much as possible and wait roughly 3 minutes for the Mausoleum to walk towards you.
    2. Once it’s close enough, double-jump onto the behemoth with Torrent and break all the barnacles surrounding the building atop.
Important: You could also get on top of the Walking Mausoleum via the jump pad past the eastern edge of the cliff. This is considerably quicker than the aforementioned method but might also be slightly trickier since you’ll need to position Torrent at the right angle to get onto the Mausoleum itself.

Frenzied Flame Village

The third and fourth Walking Mausoleums are directly next to each other at the Frenzied Flame Village, a small town situated east of the Bellum Highway in the southern region of Liurnia.

I’ve listed the location and strategy to tackle this Mausoleum in the steps below:

  1. Start from the East Raya Lucaria Gate Site of Grace at the Bellum Highway and head north towards the Bellum Church.
Bellum Church Liurnia
The Bellum Church (Image Credit Copyright: eXputer)
    1. Touch the Site of Grace at this landmark, get back onto the highway, and follow the road to the top of the hill past the enemy’s camp.
    2. Continue straight ahead and you’ll eventually reach the Frenzied Flame Village atop the cliff near the Minor Erdtree.
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The Frenzied Flame Village past the Bellum Highway (Image Source: eXputer)
    1. Go around the village to its backside and you’ll find the first Walking Mausoleum right in front of you with the other one wandering behind it at the lower half of the cliff.
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Walking Mausoleums near the Frenzied Flame Village (Image taken by eXputer)
    1. Unlike the previous Mausoleums you’ve faced, these ones can randomly jump and often catch you off-guard.
    2. Therefore, I would advise you to always keep your mobility active and jump around with Torrent since their attacks can likely one-shot you at this stage of the game.
    3. During the encounter, you may have noticed that none of these 2 Mausoleums have their signature giant bell between their legs.
    4. This is because they can only duplicate the Remembrances of Non-Shardbearers.
    5. Fortunately, these two are the only non-bell Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring, so you won’t be as restricted in other locations once you’ve taken down the other behemoths.
Important: The only Shardbearer Remembrances in Elden Ring include those of Godrick The Grafted, Renalla of the Full Moon, Morgott the Omen King, Malenia, Starscourge Radahn, Praetor Rykard, and Mohg the Lord of Blood.

Mountaintops Of The Giants

Once you’re through Liurnia, the next Walking Mausoleum will appear much later in the Mountaintops of the Giants. By this time, you’ll have likely faced off most Remembrance bosses like Morgott, Radahn, and the Regal Ancestor Spirit. As such, I think you’ll have a better understanding of your build and, consequently, the Remembrance weapon duo best for you.

  1. Starting from the Freezing Lake Site of Grace, head up the hill and stay close to the western cliffside.
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The Freezing Lake Site of Grace (Image Credit Copyright: eXputer)
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Walking Mausoleum next to Castle Sol (Image Captured by eXputer)

Consecrated Snowfield

The sixth Mausoleum can be found in the Consecrated Snowfield located west of the Mountaintops. It’s better to reserve and visit this Mausoleum after you’ve beaten the game since this is the strongest Mausoleum by far, at least when I faced him since he’s the only Mausoleum that killed me.

  1. Starting from the Ordina Liturgical Town Site of Grace located in the Snowfield’s northern region, head west towards the edge of the map.
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Ordina, Liturgical Town Site of Grace (Screenshot taken by eXputer)
    1. Eventually, towards the far end of the snowfield, you’ll encounter the sixth Walking Mausoleum surrounded by a few lesser enemies.
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Walking Mausoleum in the Consecrated Snowfield (Image Captured by eXputer)
    1. Before combat, I would recommend you touch the Apostate Derelict Site of Grace just behind the creature to avoid the tedious runback.
Important: This is the only Mausoleum in the game that can shoot magic projectiles. Therefore, I think it’s best to use Torrent here and continuously strafe around to avoid getting shot.

Deeproot Depths

The last Walking Mausoleum is by far the hardest to find, since getting to him involves you reaching the Deeproot Depths, one of the major underground cities in the game.

  1. Once you initially make it to the Depths, you’ll see a few large branches that, once you traverse, will lead to the Deeproot Depths Site of Grace beside the Finger Reader Crone.
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The Deeproot Depths Site of Grace (Image taken by eXputer)
    1. After that, take a right and follow the water body until you reach the Mausoleum past the debris along the way.
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Walking Mausoleum in the Deeproot Depths (Image by eXputer)
    1. Here, you’ll see a few branches to your left which you’ll need to follow to get on top of the Mausoleum.
    2. Once you’ve followed these branches and reached their peak, use Torrent to double jump onto the Walking Mausoleum.
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Reaching the peak of the branches (Screenshot Grab: eXputer)

My Thoughts On Walking Mausoleums

Replaying through Elden Ring can sometimes get tiring for me if I only want to try out boss weapons with different builds. That’s why the title has Walking Mausoleums, which I believe are a perfect addition because I got to try out multiple amazing weapons without having to replay through Elden Ring. In previous Soulsborne games, you were always limited to one weapon per boss per playthrough. Walking Mausoleums, like a lot of things in Elden Ring, are an added convenience factor that you can use at your own volition.

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My Elden Ring hours (Steam ID: WaterJuice)

There is a scarce number of them, but that is only for balancing. 7 was plenty to satisfy my needs without completely removing replay value.

That wraps up my guide on all the locations of Elden Ring’s Walking Mausoleum. As seen, these creatures are extremely rare but give a great challenge and reward. And since most Remembrance items are considered the best weapons in Elden Ring, there’s a ton of incentive for slaying these giant stone monsters. And if you want, you could even explore this Subreddit Post to dive deep into the obscure lore behind the Mausoleums.

For more intriguing narrative bits in the game, here are Interesting Lore Facts you would love to know. If you’re instead searching for more unique interactions and encounters, here’s How you can Invade & Beat Juno Hoslow. And if you want to revamp your arsenal, do so by reading our guide on the Best Buffs in Elden Ring.


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Daniyal is a Guides Writer and Editor at eXputer with over one year of experience in content writing. He's had a passion for tech and gaming for more than 15 years. Ever since his first console, the PS2, he's constantly branching off to different genres, and his go-to at the moment is the Souls experience pioneered by FromSoftware, which is evident by his 1,500+ hours of game time on Elden Ring. You can learn some more about Daniyal's gaming journey on his Steam & Xbox profiles.

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