Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Empty Bottles Locations Guide


In The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, there are a few collectible items that you might want to go out exploring for. One of the rarer collectibles in the game are called Empty Bottles.

Empty Bottles are used for containing things like potions, fairies, bees, and milk. Empty Bottles are quite important for carrying stuff, and there are a total of 5 of them that can be either bought or found through quests in Hyrule and Lorule.

For more help on The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, read our Master Ore, Maiamai and Heart Pieces Locations guide.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Empty Bottles Locations

The following are the locations of the various Empty Bottles.

Empty Bottle #1
Location: Kakariko Village­ – There is one merchant located in the village that sells an Empty Bottle. The cost of the bottle is 100 rupees.

Empty Bottle #2
Location: With Zora Flippers, go up from the Lake Hylia. There is a stone bridge to the right of Link’s House. There is a man underneath the bridge. Talk to him, and he will give you an Empty Bottle. Yay!

Empty Bottle #3
Location: Go to Lorule and to Link’s House. Bomb the back of his house, and enter inside to find a chest. The chest will contain an Empty Bottle.

Empty Bottle #4
Location: With the Zora Flippers, go east of Lake Hylia. You will find an Empty Bottle, which will give you a quest. The message in the bottle will ask you to aid at the top of Death Mountain. It will also ask you to fill the bottle with premium milk from Kakariko Village.

With the milk, you will need to go right from Tower of Hera and down into the large lava cavern. At the moving platforms, you will need to go south for the cave exit. You will find a stranded person there, who will drink the milk, and then give you the empty bottle.

Empty Bottle #5
Location: In the Lorule Fairy Fountain, you will find a giant crack near it. Bomb it with the Bomb Flower, and then donate 3,000 rupees to the fairy. The Fairy will give you more small fairies as you get close.

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