Hogwarts Legacy - How to Get a Flying Broom

A guide on how to get a flying broom in Hogwarts Legacy, including the requirements and conditions to obtain it during the main story, where to buy, how to ride, how to unlock the Flight the Good Flight (Silver trophy), and other useful tips.

Hogwarts Legacy - How to Get a Flying Broom

Flying Broom Guide in Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy - How to Get a Flying Broom
In Hogwarts Legacy, you can obtain a flying broom that you can use to travel faster in open areas or participate in Broom Races throughout the game.

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Purchase from Sprintwitches Sporting Needs after clearing the Flying Class main story quest.

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To get a flying broom, you need to progress through the main story until you are able to clear the Flying Class section. Afterwards, head to Hogsmeade and go to Sprintwitches Sporting Needs to buy a flying broom. Note that each item costs 600 Galleons (in-game currency) so you may need to spend time farming money clearing other quests or selling off unwanted gear to buy it.

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Ride the broom by opening the item selector wheel.

To ride your flying broom, open the item quick select the wheel, and press the broomstick’s assigned button (L1 + ◯ on the PlayStation 5, LB + B on the Xbox Series X/S, and L + A on the Nintendo Switch).

Note that you cannot ride your broom in certain areas such as dungeons and various areas inside Hogwarts Castle.

Required to obtain the Flight the Good Flight (Silver trophy) achievement.

You will need a flying broom to participate in the Broom Race mini-games. Among the game’s achievements are Flight the Good Flight (Silver trophy) which requires you to beat Imelda’s time in all Broom Races so you will need a flying broom to get 100% completion (Platinum trophy).

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Trophies and Achievements

Trophy How to Unlock
PlayStation 4 - Silver TrophyFlight the Good Flight Beat Imelda’s time in all broom races.

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Other Strategy Guides

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Getting Started

▼All Hogwarts Legacy Beginner Guides
Pre-Order Bonuses and Game Editions Release Dates on All Platforms
PC System Requirements and Specs Game Difficulty
Permanent Events and Missable Features Post-Game Unlockables
Is Hogwarts Legacy related to Harry Potter? Is Cross-Play Available?
Will Hogwarts Legacy Have Multiplayer Mode? Will Denuvo affect the game?
Can You Change Your Appearance After Starting the Game? Can You Make Multiple Characters?
Can You Change Houses? Can You Choose your Wand in Hogwarts Legacy?
Can You Become a Dark Wizard? Are There Romance Options?
Which House Should You Choose? Game Controls
How Long to Beat the Game

Useful Guides

▼All Hogwarts Legacy Useful Guides
Trophies and Achievements All Endings Guide
How to Get the True Ending Natty or Sebastian: Who Should You Go to Hogsmeade With?
How to Change Language Settings How to Link Harry Potter Fan Club Profile and WB Games Account
Side Quest List and Guides Collectible List and Guides
Day 1 Patch Information and Guide Character Creation Guide
Leveling Guide House Exclusives Guide
Best Spells Best Talents to Unlock
Dueling Feats Guide All Battle Arenas List and Guide
Dark Arts Battle Arena Guide Broom Race Challenges List and Guide
Merlin Trial List and Guide All Challenges List and Rewards
How to Fast Travel All Companion Relationship Lines and Guide
How to Get the Elder Wand Best Wand Core
Wand Customization Guide How to Fill Ancient Magic Gauge
How to Get a Flying Broom Best Brooms and Upgrades
How to Unlock All Unforgivable Curses How to Get Crucio (Cruciatus Curse)
How to Get Imperio (Imperius Curse) How to Get Avada Kedavra (Killing Curse)
How to Change Gear Appearance (Transmog) Gear Appearance Transmog List
How to Increase Gear Slots Great Trait Recipes List
All Floo Flame Locations

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