Gotham Knights Collectibles Guide

Here's where to find all locations for the batarangs, landmarks, street art, and Historia Strigidae pages hidden across Gotham City in Gotham Knights.

There are 160 total collectibles to be found in Gotham Knights if you don't count Batman's Secret Stashes, which aren't so secret because they show up on your map as you play through the campaign. We won't be covering those locations here. Instead, we'll focus on the truly hidden collectibles, including Batarang locations, Landmarks, Street Art Murals, and Strigidae Pages, which are all much harder to find. 

You can access the entire Gotham City map and all 11 of its boroughs very close to the start of the game and for the remainder of your time with Gotham Knights. Except for the Strigidae Pages (which are available after Mission 2), none of the collectibles are locked behind missions or level caps, though you may want to unlock fast travel before heading up to the northern districts.

Here's a quick primer on what to look out for:

Batarang Locations: 

Batman's left 60 Batarangs all over the city, many in quite hard-to-find locations, and you just have to walk over them to collect them. They give off a blue column of light that shoots into the sky, but you have to be relatively close to them to see it; it doesn't help there are millions of similar blue lights across Gotham.

Batarang collectibles will glow orange when scanned by the AR device, but you must be incredibly close to them to see the outline (essentially on top of them), and even then, it may be hard to detect the outline. You'll get the Batarang Collector trophy and achievement for finding them all, while also completing a handful of collectibles challenges for some extra XP. 

Landmark Locations:

There are 40 Landmark locations to find in Gotham. However, they aren't exactly what you might think: GCPD isn't a Landmark, for example. Neither is Arkham Asylum. Your Database collects all of the points of interest you come across; some fall into the Landmark category, and others don't.

To collect Landmarks, you must interact with their Historical Marker placards (little square signs) often found on walls or columns near them. You must interact with these placards to mark that you've visited the locations. Placards glow two different colors when scanned with the AR device: orange before they've been collected and white after they've been collected.

These locations are some of the hardest collectibles to find in the game because seeing the glow of a placard can be incredibly difficult. You'll get the History Major trophy and achievement for visiting them all, as well as some XP for their associated collectibles challenges.

Street Art Locations:

Street Art murals are, conversely, some of the easiest collectibles to find in Gotham Knights. Most boroughs only have one mural to find (though some have multiple), and you must scan them with the AR device to collect them.

There are 12 to find, and they have a bright orange border around them when using your AR pulse. This border can be easily seen through other buildings and stands in stark contrast to the city around them. You'll get the Claiming the Mural High Ground trophy and achievement for scanning them all. As with the other collectibles here, there are also XP rewards for completing challenges. 

Historia Strigidae Page Locations:

Historia Strigidae Pages become available after completing Mission 2 and are part of the game's Court of Owls storyline. The first Page appears automatically on your map in northwest Bristol; look for the white coat of arms icon. There are 48 to collect for the Read Owl About It trophy and achievement.

These Strigidae Pages are some of the hardest collectibles to finding Gotham Knights; they are marked with a white runic X that does not appear on your AR scan. There are always two other runes somewhere near the X; these upside-down-As mark the general location of the X. They do not need to be scanned to find and interact with the X. 

Downtown Gotham

Financial District

  • Batarangs: 6
  • Landmarks: 3
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 6

Financial District Batarangs and Locations

  • On top of the antenna on top of the Belfry.

  • On the second-story roof of Gotham City Towers, north/northwest of the Belfry, just west of the entrance to the New Trigate Bridge. It’s northeast of, across Commerce Avenue from, the Gotham City National Bank. Look above the entrance on the river side. 

  • Near the smokestacks on the western part of the roof of the Quartz Engineering Labs in the extreme north/central Financial District. 

  • On top of the clocktower at the Gotham City Ferry Company on the far northwestern side of the Financial District, just southwest of the Madison Street Bridge and northwest of the Iceberg Lounge (on the far western side of the map near the compass). 

  • This one is a bit evil. It’s in the wall of the northern side of the Elliot Building, one level down from the roof, just below the northwest statue. 

  • On the west-side roof of the Gotham City Shopping center, east/slightly northeast of the Elliot Center on Grand Avenue. For this location, ook for the tall building with the gold GSC logo. 

Financial District Landmarks and Locations

  • Gotham City National Bank: Northeast of The Belfry in the Financial District, just south/southwest of the New Trigate Bridge and southeast of Quartz Labs. The placard is by the main doors on Commerce Avenue. Building with green gas swirling around its upper stories.

  • Gotham City Ferry Company: The Ferry Company is on the northwest portion of the Financial District that juts out into the river, northwest of the Iceberg Lounge and southwest of the Madison Street Bridge, near the compass on the map. The placard for this location is left of the Sundollar Coffee shop to the right of the Ferry Company entrance.

  • Miller Harbor: This landmark is at the south/central pier that juts out from the Financial District on Dozier Avenue, southeast of the Belfry. The placard is by the front door, under the American flag. 

Financial District Street Art Mural Location

A Green Gotham: This mural is on the building with the water tower on it just west of the Belfry, across Gate Street. You can see it in front of you when you load into any nightly patrol. 

Financial District Historia Strigidae Pages

  • From the Financial District fast-travel point, perch on the northwest gargoyle (facing the Gotham Shopping Center), and look straight down to see an opening in the rooftop with orange lights below. Go down into the opening. Follow the path left, past the Do Not Enter sign, then grapple through the oblong opening up on the wall across from you in the next room. Go through the short tunnel, then turn left on the other side. The X symbol is on a column underneath a yellow light. 

  • On a wall on the backside of the building with the water tower on the roof directly west of Quartz Labs. Go down the alley between Quartz Labs and the building to the river, then turn left at the FRAUD graffiti to find it on the corner next to graffiti that says “Don’t Trust GCPD.”

  • On a wall on the southern side of the Gotham City Ferry Company, northwest of the Iceberg Lounge. There is a walkway off the street with a covering and a fence on the south side. Climb on the covering to find the X on the middle column on the right. 

  • On a stone wall on the northeastern side of Black Gate. It’s near the beginning of the path you use to enter Black Gate during Mission 1.4: Blackgate Blues. It’s on the right side of the path. 

  • On the backside of the rooftop sign at the eastern entrance to the Elliot Center.

  • On a wall on the southside of the building south of GCN, across Dozier Avenue. There is a pedestrian walkway overpass connecting the building to another across Gate Street. Just south of that is a Diner sign. Above that is a pink light, and the X symbol is on the wall to the right of that pink light.

West End

  • Batarangs: 6
  • Landmarks: 2
  • Street Art: 2
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 5

West End Batarangs and Locations

  • On the roof of a building just southwest across the alley from the First Church of Gotham City in southeastern West End. Look for the orange and green Bessolo Ristorante sign with a red awning and the blue and white Classy Glasses sign on Storrow Street. 

  • On top of the Gotham City Gazette building, behind the red neon Gotham Gazette sign on the south side.

  • On top of the building on the left side of the Chelsea Tunnel entrance on the far western side of West End; there is a Join the Gotham City Police sign on the building. The Batarang location is underneath a yellow and red billboard for Storrow Slush. 

  • On a top-story wall on the west side of the train station in the northwestern portion of West End, a bit north/northeast of the Chelsea Tunnel and just southwest of Grant Lane. There are several restaurants in the alley behind the train station, including Big Belly Burger and Pizza Connection. 

  • Behind a fence on the roof of the easternmost/tallest building of the GCPD Major Crimes Unit. 

  • On the roof of the Gotham General Hospital tower. 

West End Landmarks and Locations

  • The First Church of Gotham City: This Landmark is in southeastern West End between Rotterdam Street and Storrow Street, just east of the Gotham City Gazette. The placard is by the stained glass window to the left of the entrance on Rotterdam Street.

  • Gotham City Labor Union Building: This is the large, grey government building in central West End, southwest of Gotham General Hospital across Prince Street, and north of Gotham City Gazette. Grant Lane is to the west, Croydon Avenue to the south, and Prince Street to the north and east. The placard for this location is to the right of the doors along Croydon Avenue. 

West End Street Art Murals and Locations

  • Our Friend Joel: On a building directly east of the Batarang at the Chelsea Tunnel in western West End along North Madison Street, west of the Coventry Street overpass. Pamela’s Cafe Diner is nearby, and there is a Blasdell Oil Co. gas station in front of the mural. 

  • Born This Way: This bit of street art is in west central West End, on the south side of a building on the curve where Grant Lane and Croydon Avenue merge; it’s barely west of the GothamCity Labor Union Landmark. There’s a small “Glow” billboard and a lounge across the street from it, as well as several hotels in the immediate vicinity.

West End Historia Strigidae Pages

  • On a wall on the west side of the Excelsior Motel in southwest West End. The wall faces the Madison Street Bridge and Pamela’s Cafe Diner. Look for the building with the race car mural and a billboard on the roof; it’s to the left of the billboard on the hotel wall between two air conditioners. 

  • On a beige wall on the roof of The Silver Muffler repair shop south of the GCPD Major Crimes Unit, along Coventry Street. It’s to the left of the graffiti that says “FRAUD!”.

  • On the wall on the western end of the building with the beige armored vans behind the Electro Clean and Moxon’s building north of Gotham City General Hospital. Go up on the catwalk and to the western end to find the X between the last two windows. 

  • On the northern wall of a building on the eastern side of the southern General Hospital building. The building is near the curve where Mott Street crosses Croyden Avenue, and it has a water tower on it and "WARKY" written in graffiti near the X.

  • On the northeast side of the First Church of Gotham City landmark in southeastern West End. It’s on a column underneath a sconce about halfway down. 

Lower Gotham

The Cauldron

  • Batarangs: 4
  • Landmarks: 4
  • Street Art: 2
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 5

The Cauldron Batarangs and Locations

  • On top of the ruined building under the rail overpass just southeast of Harbor Drive and east/northeast of the Gate Street overpass in the extreme eastern portion of The Cauldron. 

  • On top of the Stagg building sign (the higher one) in the area’s southeast, near Volczek Street and Harrow Road and the Gate Street overpass. This location is near where you meet Talia in Mission 1.3. 

  • Next to the chimney on top of the Big Belly Diner in the north/central portion of The Cauldron. It’s on Saint Avenue, just under the Gate Street overpass.

  • On a small water tower on top of an apartment block on the upper level in the extreme northeastern portion of The Cauldron, northeast of Paris Island and McCrea Street. There is a radar antenna on the water tower, as well as one next to it on the roof that tethers down to several others below. 

The Cauldron Landmarks and Locations

  • Sacred Heart Convalescent Home: This location is on the extreme northern border with the Financial District on Harbor Drive. Look for the tall stone building with gold double doors and two statues above the doors set into the building. The placard is to the right of the doors under a light and in a stone flower box. 

  • Fei Hong Supermarket: This is located in the midwestern part of The Cauldron, on the eastern side Volczek Street under the Gate Street overpass; in the area where Volczek Street meets Harrow Road just southeast of Paris Island. 

  • Paris Island Incinerator: This is the big, derelict factory on Third Street in the middle of The Cauldron. Look on the brick wall on the western side, along Third Street, across the street from the electrical substation. The placard is near the Unsafe and Keep Out signs on the incinerator building.

 

  • Luigi’s Finest Pizzeria: This pizza shop Landmark is southeast of the Incinerator at Paris Island in The Cauldron. It’s down on street level just south/southeast of Diangelo Avenue on a side street that leads back east toward the Third Street overpass. 

The Cauldron Street Art Murals and Locations

  • Faces of Gotham: Go to the south side of the Paris Island Incinerator in The Cauldron, and look down below the bridge into the town below. You’ll see the mural near a stairwell and underneath Paradis and Herr graffiti across from a Roast Pork neon sign. 

  • Stolen Gotham: This one is on the upper level on the west/southwest side of The Cauldron, west of Diangelo Avenue (which is west of Paris Island), up level along the river. It’s in a fenced-off area with a small green guardhouse and a white van with its headlights on. 

The Cauldron Historia Strigidae Pages

  • On a wall on the roof of the building with the neon Dry Cleaner sign off of Harrow Road in The Cauldron’s southeast portion. There’s a Laundry business on the bottom floor and a small antenna on the roof. The X symbol is by a door near the antenna. 

  • There is a basketball court just east of Fei Hong Supermarket off of Volczek Street by the Gate Street overpass. There, you’ll find a building with a rainbow, sun, tree, and flowers painted on it. To the right is a basketball goal on the wall. Grapple up to the roof just above the basketball goal, and interact with the X symbol on the left wall by the planter. 

  • At the southwest base of the tallest tower on Paris Island. 

  • In the far northwestern portion of The Cauldron, just north of the Stolen Gotham Street Art mural, there will be a small construction area with a fence along the sidewalk near the water (not the fenced area for the Street Art). There, you’ll find a hole leading beneath the street surrounded by a fence. Jump down, and stop at the bottom of the first set of stairs. The X symbol is on the right wall. 

  • South of the Page above, there is another tunnel on the same side. Stay on the street and go into the building grey building with the radar antenna on the roof, directly across the street from the Street Art; there will be a van parked out front. Go down three sets of stairs, then follow the path down two long ramps. At the bottom of the second ramp, turn left to interact with the X symbol on the wall. 

Southside

  • Batarangs: 8
  • Landmarks: 5
  • Street Art: 0
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 3

Southside Batarangs and Locations

  • On top of the train station hub in extreme northwest Southside, where the tracks separating Southside from The Cauldron meet the river, west of Cobblepot Steel. 

  • On the southwest gargoyle at Cobblepot Steel tower.

  • On a pole on the roof of the STAR Labs building in southwestern Southside along the river on Port Street, southwest of Cobblepot Steel and west of the Old Koul-Brau Factory Landmark.

  • In the Cobblepot Steelworks refinery tower just southeast of Cobblepot Steel, closest to Lyntown Avenue. There are conveyors and pipes going to a tower on the southern side of the complex and a platform near the top of the tower with a generator and ladder leading further up. The Batarang location is near the generator. 

  • On the roof of the level just below the top of the WayneTech tower in southeastern Southside, just west of the Dixon Docks. 

  • On the back/north side of the easternmost crane at the Dixon Docks, located in the extreme southeastern portion of the district. 

  • Inside a torn-open blue shipping container underneath the Gotham Bay Bridge southeast of Ocran Chemicals. 

  • On the small wooden dock on the northeastern edge of Orcan Chemicals in the east/northeastern part of Southside. 

Southside Landmarks and Locations

  • Cobblepot Steel: This towering skyscraper is impossible to miss. The placard is on the north side of the building, to the right of the main entrance in a flower box behind the benches. 

  • Old Koul-Brau Factory: The grey brick complex east of STAR Labs across Port Street is the Old Koul-Brau Factory. The placard is on the far east side of the building near an entrance with stairs along Madison Street.

  • Southside Glassworks: This Landmark is the small factory just southeast of Orcan Chemicals, across Gate Street at the corner of Gate Street and Lyntown Avenue. The placard is under the white sign with red lettering on the east side on Gate Street. 

  • Giverny Paint: This Landmark location is across the street/northeast from the WayneTech building in the southeastern portion of the district. It’s a small shop at the corner of Dixon Avenue and Gate Street. Look for the red neon sign with white letters. The placard is on the east side along the sidewalk by two mailboxes, facing the Dagget building across the street. 

  • Dixon Docks: The main entrance to the docks is east of Giverny Paint and next to Daggett Enterprises. The placard is on the right side of the stone gate just after the small guardhouse in the road. 

Southside Historia Strigidae Pages

  • At the Southside fast-travel location. On the wall behind the neon Koul Brau sign on the roof. 

  • On a northside wall of the terrace on the tallest portion of Cobblepot Steel. If counting from the ground up, it’s the third roof/terrace section. It’s to the left of the door.

  • On a wall on the roof of the Soder Cola building at the corner of Bryant Street and Dixon Avenue in south-central Southside. The X symbol is above the main entrance, on the backside of the wall between the two American flags.

Historic Gotham

Old Gotham

  • Batarangs: 6
  • Landmarks: 6
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 6

Old Gotham Batarangs and Locations

  • On the edge of the tall, multi-story apartment building behind the small church just east/northeast of the Belfry, along Grand Avenue across the street from The Powers Club.

  • In the northwest corner of Old Gotham, at the point reaching out into the Finger River between the New Trigate bridge and the bridge leading to Tricorner Island. This Batarang location is on top of a red, rectangular guardpost with string lights and The Lina Baker poster on it by a gate along the river.

  • On the southern spire (tallest spire) of Gotham City Cathedral. 

  • On top of the tallest building with the antenna on it just southwest of, across Finger Avenue from, the Gordon Memorial. 

  • On top of the radio tower directly south, across Wycliff Avenue from, Gotham City Hall. 

  • On top of the church spire in southwest Gotham, just at the entrance to the Gotham Bay Bridge.

Old Gotham Landmarks and Locations

  • Gotham City Cathedral: The Cathedral is just east of GCPD Central, surrounded by Neville Street, Crowne Avenue, Rosserie Street, and Finger Avenue in north/central Old Gotham. The placard is located near a side door in the northeast corner of the Cathedral; the alley leading to it is directly east of the eastern GCPD entrance on Neville Street. The door is just past The Merry Banshee shop, to the left of the giant doors.

  • The Martha Wayne Foundation: Just south of GCPD Central, on Grand Avenues as it turns east toward Neville Street. Look for the grey stone building with orange banners and the multicolored MW symbol. The placard is to the left of the entrance. 

  • St. Swithuns Church: South Old Gotham, just at the entrance to the Gotham Bay Bridge on Bay Street, across the street from The Short Cut hair salon. The placard is between the main doors.  

  • Gotham City Hall: Gotham City Hall is in south/southeastern Old Gotham. The placard is to the right of the southside entrance with the two American flags, near the area with the fountain just east of the intersection of Neville Street and Wycliff Avenue.

  • The Novick Building: This is the tower in east/central Old Gotham, just north of Gotham City Hall on Rosserie Street. The location is just southeast of the Cathedral. The placard can be found on the western side of the building, left of the western-side door, on a part of the building that says “The Novick Building” illuminated from above. 

  • Gotham City Fire Department: Find this Landmark in east Old Gotham between Rosserie Street and Kane Street. The placard is in between firehouse fire engine doors on Kane Street. 

Old Gotham Street Art Mural Location

  • Simpler Times: This mural can be found on the backside of the Gotham City Fire Department on Rosserie Street, just southeast of Gotham City Cathedral.

Old Gotham Historia Strigidae Pages

  • On the roof of The Powers Club by the top opening in the square, third-floor greenhouse on the western side. 

  • On a wall on the eastern side of the roof of the Amelia Crowne Public Library, attached to the GCPD building off of Grand Avenue (just southeast of GCPD and east of the Martha Wayne Foundation). Check the wall of the roof above the main entrance. 

  • On a wall in a small courtyard in the same block as the Martha Wayne Foundation Landmark. Go to the small open area just south of the Foundation on the map, and look at the wall on the west side, bathed in light from the nearby floodlight.

  • On the wall of a shop/apartment building just southwest of Gotham City Hall, at the corner of Neville Street and Wycliffe Avenue. There is a water tower on the building, and the X symbol is on the wall one level down, south of the water tower. 

  • On a wall underneath a rooftop water tower. The building is just northeast of Gotham City Hall, where Grand Avenue meets Kane Street, across from the Novick Landmark (the tower apartments near City Hall). 

  • In the Gotham Cathedral complex. There is a set of buildings in the southeastern portion of the complex at the corner of Crowne Avenue and Rosserie Street. On the map, the tops of these buildings form two Ls connected to each other; the L closest to the Cathedral has three chimneys on it. Look beneath the middle chimney, the one at the bend in the L for two stained glass windows and the X symbol beneath the windows. 

Tricorner Island

  • Batarangs: 6
  • Landmarks: 4
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 3

Tricorner Island Batarangs and Locations

  • On the torch of the Statue of Justice on the east side of the island off Monument Street. 

  • On a wall on the eastern side of Fort Dumas, by the cannon battery. 

  • On top of a four-light street light on the western part of the island next to the on-ramp for the bridge and near the cranes and dry dock in front of the rectangular NTS shipyard building between Quarterdeck Road and Perimeter Road.

  • From the last Batarang location, this is underneath the radio tower on top of the main NTS shipyard building. 

  • On the western side of the stone Kane Industries tower near the shipyard on the slope toward the water. 

  • On the first truss of the Robert Kane Bridge as you go from Tricorner Island to The Bowery; it’s just above the green road sign that reads “North: Bowery” on the metal truss. 

Tricorner Island Landmarks and Locations

  • Gotham City Post Office: The GCPO is a square, red-brick building in eastern Tricorner Island, across Monument Street from the Statue of Justice.

  • The Statue of Justice: This Landmark is in the southeastern portion of Tricorner Island in Justice Park. It’s impossible to miss, and the placard is at the base of the statue. 

 

  • Fort Dumas: The fort is marked on your map in the northeastern portion of the island, but the placard is to the left of a wrought iron gate across from the church on Monument Street.

  • Armory: The Armory is on the eastern side of the island. It is the large, rectangular brick building with spires behind the church, next to Calamatas Home Hardware on Armory Street. The placard is to the left of the entrance on the same street. 

Tricorner Island Street Art Mural Location

  • Gotham Piers: Look for this mural on the eastern side of Tricorner Island, on the eastern side of a wooden building with a Green’s Convenience Store in it on Hawkins Avenue; the south side of the building is tucked against the on-ramp for the Robert Kane Memorial Bridge. 

Tricorner Island Historia Strigidae Pages

  • Underneath the Robert Kane Memorial Bridge in northwest Tricorner Island. There’s a tall caged area across from green and red dumpsters under the bridge. Look for the X symbol on the overpass wall with vines on it by the caged area, near some white and red graffiti. 

  • On the western wall of the bus station off St. Adrian Avenue, west of the Statue of Justice and just southwest of the Gotham Piers Street Art. There is an Unwind billboard on top of the station. The X symbol is by some blue girders on the street side. 

  • Beneath the southern parapet of Fort Dumas. There’s a short tunnel that runs underneath the parapet, with the X symbol on the right wall. There are stairs along the path that lead to the eastern/backside of the fort after passing through the room underneath the parapet. 

New Gotham

The Bowery

  • Batarangs: 8
  • Landmarks: 3
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 5

Bowery Batarangs and Locations

  • On the backside of the Cape Carmine Lighthouse.

  • On top of a water tower on a roof just southeast of the Monarch Theater, across Sheldon Hill Road on Newton Place, just west of Cape Carmine. 

  • On the roof of the Deeply Fishy restaurant shack (on a dock) southwest of Cape Carmine on Sheldon Hill Road, southwest of Robert Kane Memorial Bridge.

  • On the roof of a building in an alleyway between the Sherman Fine Realty skyscraper and an apartment building in extreme southwestern Bowery along Croydon Avenue. This location is on the backside of the building with the Diner, Bar, and Brad’s Souvenir Shop on Scituate Street.

 

  • On the northwestern side of the Monarch Theater, above the Monarch Theater mural between the catwalk and the roof.

  • On a water tower on top of a building just north of the Knightsdome Sporting Complex.

  • On top of the Quinzanos Construction building in extreme north central Bowery, along the bay overlooking Arkham Asylum, just north/northeast of the last one. Look for the Boost Soder-Cola sign on the side of the red-brick building. Along Crown Point Avenue.

  • On the southeast portion of the roof of the Superfast Shipping building in the northeast corner of The Bowery.

Bowery Landmarks and Locations

  • Cape Carmine Lighthouse: This Landmark is on the far southeastern side of The Bowery along the coast, on Newton Place off Sheldon Hill Road near the Robert Kane Memorial Bridge. The placard is to the left of the door.

  • S.K. Animal Shelter: Look for this Landmark in the northeast portion of The Bowery where Atlantic Avenue meets Cape Street northeast of Monarch Theater. It’s a small pet shop on the corner with a purple and pink sign.

  • Sacred Martyr Church: The church northeast of the Monarch Theater on Sheldon Hill Road. The placard is to the right of the main door. 

Bowery Street Art Mural Location

  • Lyceum Mural: This mural can be found at the entrance to the Robbins Bridge on the Jansen Street side (as the road turns northeast) on the outside of a corner building with a Kosher restaurant in it. Across from a building with a blue IPA sign on its roof. 

Bowery Historia Strigidae Pages

  • On the southeastern building of the apartment block between Wayne Tower and Janson Street. This is technically in the no-mans-land between Otisburg and the Bowery, and though technically labeled on the map as Otisburg, it counts for the Bowery. The building in question has a water tower on it, and the wall where you’ll find the X has "SYPHER" and "TAPTA" graffitied on it. It’s just east of the Origins of Evil street art, across Gardner Street.

  • On the wall to the left of the first set of stairs leading down to the Deeply Fishy restaurant off of Sheldon Hill Road, near the Robert Kane Memorial Bridge. 

  • On the rock wall at the end of the docks on the southern side of Cape Carmine. Look to the left when you get to the pole with the pulley and hook near the light and tree. 

  • On a wall graffitied with "HELLP" near the roof of the eastern building of the Elenor Apartments on Atlantic avenue, just north of Monarch Theater and northeast of the Knightsdome Sporting Complex. The X in the "E" in "HELLP." 

  • On a wall on the north side of the Superfast Shipping building in northeast Bowery, near where you’ll find one of the area’s Batarangs. It’s on the ground-level side closest to the river, above the stacked wooden crates. 

Otisburg

  • Batarangs: 4
  • Landmarks: 5
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 2

Otisburg Batarangs and Locations

  • On top of the northeastern-most construction crane on the western border of The Bowery and Otisburg, southeast of Wayne Tower, on Gardner Street.

  • On the roof of St. Aloysius Church, behind the steeple. The church is a Landmark just southwest of Gardner Street in southeastern Otisburg, near the border with The Bowery.

  • On the roof of the southbound train platform on the south side of Wayne Tower.

  • On the south side of the building under construction directly east of the Foxteca building; look for the white and black Queen & Lane Constructions banners on the building. There is a floodlight and van in an alleyway on the southside. The Batarang location itself is in the concrete wall of the building three stories up from the ground. 

Otisburg Landmarks and Locations

  • St. Aloysius Church: This can be found in the southeastern portion of Otisburg, near its eastern border with The Bowery; it’s just southwest of Gardner Street. The placard is to the left of the main doors. 

  • Wayne Center for Children: This Landmark can be found barely west of the Falcone Residence on Berger Avenue where it intersects with Gardner Street. It’s just east of the Church. The placard is to the right of the stairs.

  • Wayne Enterprises: Find this Landmark on the north side of Wayne Tower at the Wayne Enterprises sign on the street level along Atlantic Boulevard running along the river. The placard is to the left of the revolving doors.

  • Ralli’s Family Restaurant: This Landmark is in the center of Otisburg along Berger Avenue, southeast of Wayne Tower and east/southeast of Foxteca. Look for the four-story building with the neon flame sign near the square with the American Flag. The placard is to the left of the door. 

  • Split Pea Catering: This shop is in the southwestern portion of Otisburg, just the smallest bit south of the “u” and “e” in Croydon Avenue, south of Foxteca and The Orchard Motel. Look for the white, oblong neon sign with a pea on it and red “Coffee” signs in the windows on the corner. The placard is to the right of the door. 

Otisburg Street Art Mural Location

  • Origins of Evil: This can be found under the rail overpass on Gardner Street in Otisburg, just southeast of Wayne Tower. 

Otisburg Historia Strigidae Pages

  • This one can be found in the alleyway between the Foxteca building and the building under construction just to its east. The X symbol is above the blue shipping container in the alleyway, across from a Batarang. 

  • On the eastern wall of the first of roof for the up-scale apartment building attached to the St. Aloysius Church Landmark on Berger Avenue. The X symbol is about halfway down the wall. 

North Gotham

Gotham Heights

  • Batarangs: 6
  • Landmarks: 4
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 3

Gotham Heights Batarangs and Locations

  • On the western side of a five-story brownstone apartment building in the southeastern portion of the borough, near where Exhibition Avenue and Chambers Street meet. Look for a wide stone stairwell leading between the buildings off of Exhibition Avenue, then up to the fourth story of the eastern building; the western building has a Classy Glasses shop in it. 

  • On the roof of the Gotham Heights Yacht Club building in the extreme southwestern portion of the district. The building is at the end of University Drive, where it meets with Bridge Lane and the Aparo Bridge. There is a wooden boat sculpture out front.

  • On the east/northeast first-story roof of Hummel Hall at Gotham University, near the parking lot with two green vans and a car. There is a small round plaza with a statue in the middle on the western side of the university; here, three halls (Hummel, Woolfolk, and Moulton) all face the statue in the plaza. Hummel is the northwest building.

  • On a chimney on the backside of the O’ Shaughnessy’s restaurant on the curve where Hemlock Street turns into Bierce Avenue in eastern Gotham Heights. It’s in the southwestern corner of the high-rise block on the eastern border with Robinson Park, near the Holesome Dough donut shop on Hemlock Street.

  • On top of the Robbins Insurance Company skyscraper where Shelley Avenue meets Hemlock street near the center of Gotham Heights. It's near the Holesome Dough donut shop, and it's east of St. Joseph Church.

  • On a scaffold on the backside of the Gotham City Reservoir building in northern Gotham Heights. By the three large pipes that come down from the mountain. 

Gotham Heights Landmarks and Locations

  • Old Wayne Mining HQ: Look for the wooden 19th-century building/shack in north central Gotham Heights, just west of the Gotham City Reservoir. It’s on Gotham City Road as it goes up to the mountain. The placard is to the right of the building's red door.

  • St. Joseph Church: The large church in north-central Gotham Heights off of University Drive, east of Gotham City University. The placard is on the wall by the stairs leading up to the church’s entrance. 

  • Martha Wayne Art Gallery: The Martha Wayne Art Gallery location is the set of three tall buildings connected by three bridges off of Dyrfold Avenue in central Gotham Heights. It’s east/southeast of University Drive. The placard is just east of the complex itself, across from a GCNB, at the curve where Dyrfold Avenue turns south and turns into Mason Street. Look for the set of stone stairs on Dyrfold, near a pedestrian area with benches, trees, and stone flower boxes going under a stone bridge. There will be two blue payphones on the stair wall in the pedestrian with the placard next to them. 

  • Gotham Heights Residences: This Landmark is the towering stone apartment building with four square, flat-top columns in southeastern Gotham Heights, just east of Robinson Park. The placard is at the building’s entrance off of Bierce Avenue. 

Gotham Heights Street Art Mural Location

  • GCU: On the east side of the building at the corner of Bridge Lane and University Drive at the Aparo Bridge in Southwest Gotham Heights. Bridge Lane is a one-lane road that cuts through a block of buildings like an alleyway; the mural is in this alleyway-like section near a floral shop, The Smiley Croissant, and a Classy Glasses. 

Gotham Heights Historia Strigidae Pages

  • On the eastern roof of the Old Wayne Mining HQ Landmark in northern Gotham Heights. It’s above the souvenir shop attached to the building. 

  • On the west side of Ormes Hall (Faculty of Arts building) in Gotham City University. It’s on the first-story room by the courtyard with the American flag. 

  • This one can be found on a brick wall with ivy behind (just north of) the skyscraper on Bierce Avenue. Take the pedestrian behind the skyscraper, and look for a fountain near Coffee Tak restaurant and an Erkal shop. The X symbol is above a bench, between two trash cans south of the fountain.

Robinson Park

  • Batarangs: 3
  • Landmarks: 2
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 1

Robinson Park Batarangs and Locations

  • On top of the large glass greenhouse in the center of Robinson Park, just south of the world sculpture and obelisk Landmark. 

  • On the roof of the two-story building with ivy on it just east of the greenhouse. There is trash stacked in front of a wall with Sundollar Coffee written on it in yellow font. 

  • On the west side of the Gotham City Reservoir turbine building in north/northwestern Robinson Park, near the footbridge that spans the reservoir from Robinson Park to Gotham Heights. 

Robinson Park Landmarks and Locations

  • Robinson Park Exhibition Grounds: This Landmark can be found in the northwest portion of Robinson Park, west/barely southwest of the Saul Erdel Planetarium, in the park itself off of Chambers Street. Look for the towering obelisk near the world sculpture with the tentacles, and interact with the placard at the base of the obelisk. 

  • Robinson Park Plaza: This Landmark is the hollow square building in the southern portion of the area, where Exhibition Avenue runs along the river before meeting Chambers Street in the west. Look for the large Robinson Park wrought iron sign at a large (open) wrought iron gate. The placard is inside the park on the stone wall with the three archways near the illuminated statue of a crouching person. It’s across from the Gotham City Historical War Museum. 

Robinson Park Street Art Mural Location

  • The March of Crabs: Look on the south wall of the small tunnel under the Chambers Street overpass on the western border of Robinson Park, west of the world/tentacle sculpture and the obelisk Landmark. 

Robinson Park Historia Strigidae Page

  • Underneath the bridge in the middle of the park between the world sculpture and the Saul Erdel Planetarium. The X symbol is on a wall beneath the bridge on the eastern side near the amphitheater. 

Bristol

  • Batarangs: 3
  • Landmarks: 2
  • Street Art: 1
  • Historia Strigidae Pages: 3

Bristol Batarangs and Locations

  • On the water tower of a small, three-story condemned apartment building in north/north-central Bristol off Mercey Avenue, across from a small Blasdell gas station. It’s just barely southwest of the St. Faustina Church Landmark off Oxylus Street.

  • On the north/northside side of the three-story red-brick LeBlanc Funeral Home building in northwest Bristol at the corner of Beacon Street and Mercey Avenue. Go in the alleyway with the fence and two red metal trusses off Beacon Street, across from the fire department, and look up on the wall of the LeBlanc Funeral Home. 

  • On the roof of the southern multi-story apartment tower in south/southeastern Bristol long Exhibition Avenue. The building is part of a complex with a basketball court and street art mural in the middle.

Bristol Landmarks and Locations

  • St. Faustina Church: This is the church in the northeast portion of Bristol near the Gotham City Cemetery. The placard is to the left of the main entry doors on Oxylus Street. 

  • LeBlanc Funeral Home: Look for the three-story red-brick building on the corner of Beacon Street and Mercey avenue on the western border of Bristol and Robinson Park. It’s just across Beacon Street from the firehouse and Saul Erdel Planetarium.

Bristol Street Art Mural Location

  • See Us: This bit of street art can be found in a basketball court nestled in the middle of six apartment high-rises in south-central Bristol. The complex is bordered by Beacon Street and Exhibition Avenue. The mural is under three lights on the west side of the court.

Bristol Historia Strigidae Pages

  • Just south of Gotham City Cemetery on Oxylus Street. This is actually the first Historia Strigidae Page and becomes available after Mission 2.2. It automatically appears on your map. The X symbol for the page is on the second columbarium (mausoleum with small doors to house urns, middle row center, on the west side of the house in the middle of the cemetery. 

  • From there, go across the bridge to the entrance to Arkham Asylum. There, you’ll find a chapel near an ambulance; check the wall on the lower back roof of the chapel. 

  • On a wall above the scaffolding underneath the Robbins Bridge overpass on Oxylus Street. 

Now that you've found all of the Batarang locations, Landmarks, Street Art murals, and Strigidae Pages in Gotham Knights, you have four more trophies or achievements under your belt — and it's likely you've seen just about every square inch of Gotham City.

Editor in Chief

Published Oct. 27th 2022

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