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The Starfield Earth landmarks are one of, if not the only reason, you would head to our planet in Starfield outside of the main story. And for the collectors out there, there are some nice little ornaments you can pick up at each one. But if you’ve tried simply landing at each location and can’t find the landmark, there’s a simple solution to help you make your way to each location with no problem.
Check out our Starfield tips and tricks for some great advice to use in your playthrough. If you’re after upgrades, check out the Starfield best weapons and Starfield best armor. And if it’s a better ship you need, the Starfield ship manufacturers, Starfield best ships, Starfield best ship parts, Starfield best reactors and Starfield starship weapons are the guides to check out. With that, let’s take a look at all the Earth landmarks in Starfield and how to get each snow globe.
All Earth landmarks in Starfield
In total, there are nine landmarks on Earth in Starfield, as well as two additional ones found on the Moon and Mars. These landmarks are:
- Empire State Building – New York, USA
- The Gateway Arch – St Louis, USA
- US Bank Tower – Los Angeles, USA
- The Shard – London, UK
- The Great Pyramid – Giza, Egypt
- Burj Khalifa – Dubai, UAE
- International Commerce Center – Hong Kong
- Shanghai Tower – Shanghai, China
- Abeno Harukas – Osaka, Japan
- Apollo 11 moon landing site – Luna/The Moon
- Mars Rover – Mars
How to find each Earth landmark
In order to find each of the landmarks on Earth, you first have to find a corresponding book. Picking up each book gives you a side mission to find the landmark, creating a quest marker on the map that you can land at. Here is a list of all of the landmarks and how to find their respective books:
Empire State Building – New York landmark
The Empire State Building can be found through the book Our Lost Heritage. This can be found in the President’s Office in MAST Headquarters in New Atlantis. Simply head to the MAST building and take the elevator up to Central Command.
The Gateway Arch – Saint Louis landmark
The book required to find the Gateway Arch is The Price of Destiny. This can be found on the desk of Benjamin Bayu’s penthouse in Neon. Pickpocket the key from Bayu and take the elevator up to his penthouse above the Astral Lounge.
US Bank Tower – Los Angeles landmark
To find the US Bank Tower, you need the Hope Family Tree book. This can be found on Ron Hope’s desk, CEO of HopeTech. Head to the HopeTech HQ in Hopetown on the planet Polvo in the Valo system, and head to his office where you’ll find the book.
The Shard – London landmark
The Shard can be found from a copy of Oliver Twist. This can be bought from Sinclair’s Books, one of the Akila City shops.
The Great Pyramids of Giza – Cairo landmark
Just like with The Shard, the book required to find the Great Pyramid can be purchased from Sinclair’s Books in Akila City. The book in question is The Ancient Civilization of Egypt.
Burj Khalifa – Dubai landmark
In order to find the world’s tallest building, you’ll have to take on the Starfield Breaking the Bank quest, where the book can be found on the desk of Larry Dumbrovsky. Progress the quest until you can enter his quarters and take Race to the Heavens from his desk to locate the Burj Khalifa.
International Commerce Center – Hong Kong landmark
The Hong Kong International Commerce Center can be located by picking up Maurice Lyon’s journal. You can get this in the Sol system by heading to the New Homestead Museum on Titan, one of the moons of Saturn.
Shanghai Tower – Shanghai landmark
To find the Shanghai Tower, you’ll first need to find the book Essentials of Modern Macroeconomics. This is found in the classroom on the ECS Constant ship which is in orbit around the planet Porrima II in the Porrima star system.
Abeno Harukas – Osaka Landmark
This one can be found by progressing the Crimson Fleet questline until you meet Delgado on The Key in the Kryx system. Head to Delgado’s quarters where you’ll find the Diary of Kyosuke Nagata.
Apollo 11 moon landing site – Apollo landmark
This one can be found fairly early on. Simply head to Matter’s bedroom in The Lodge in New Atlantis (right next door to your room) and you’ll find Sir Livingstone’s Second Journal on the desk.
Mars Rover – Mars landmark
This one can only be found through progressing the story until the Starfield Unearthed quest. This will lead you to the NASA Launch Tower on Mars, where you’ll find a museum featuring exhibits from previous NASA space programs. Look for the MER (Mars Exploration Rover) Program exhibit and interact with the nearby kiosk. This will teach you a bit about the program and give you the location of the Mars Rover in your quest log.
That’s it for how to find each Earth landmark in Starfield. If you’re looking for some quests to take on, check out the Sabotage, Delivering Devils, Absolute Power, Alternating Currents, Surgical Strike, and Operation Starseed missions. And if you need resources for crafting, check out our guides for how to get adhesive, lubricant, high tensile spidroin, adaptive frames, and microsecond regulators in Starfield too.