Spider-Man Miles Morales Postcards locations: Every postcard clue solution and location, including how to unlock the postcard challenges explained

How to find every postcard in Spider-Man Miles Morales.

The postcard challenge sends you on a scavenger hunt across Manhattan in Spider-Man Miles Morales.

Every postcard will give you both a clue and a location, so, to find the next one, you need to head to that location to solve the clue.

Before you can start solving clues, however, you need to ensure that you can unlock the postcard challenge set.

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Postcards and how to unlock the postcard challenges in Spider-Man Miles Morales explained

The postcard challenge set is one of the activities that you'll unlock once you've completed the main campaign for Spider-Man Miles Morales.

Once you've reached the end game, you need to return to Miles' flat and sleep in his bed.

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Doing so will both start and complete the side mission, Memory Lane, which will unlock the postcard challenge set.

This challenge will see going on a scavenger hunt that involves using the clues left on postcards hidden around the city to uncover your ultimate destination. Every time you find a postcard, you'll be given a general location and a clue for you to solve.

While the postcards do appear as icons on the main map, you'll need to solve the clue to find their exact location.

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There are eight postcards in total, including the one you receive from completing the short side mission Memory Lane, and you'll receive five Activity Tokens and 100 XP for finding each one.

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Postcard 1 location: 'Facing the park, with the world on our shoulders, we guard the next clue'

You'll find the first postcard in Spider-Man Miles Morales at the Natural History Museum in the Upper West Side.

The clue you've been given is: 'Facing the park, with the world on our shoulders, we guard the next clue.'

It's exact location is the statue of the four men holding up the globe, pick it up to gain your next clue.

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Post 2 location: 'High atop the Empire State, you'll find a part of blind eyes'

The second postcard in Spider-Man Miles Morales is located at the Empire State building in Midtown.

The clue for this postcard: 'High atop the Empire State, you'll find a part of blind eyes.'

You'll want to head to the viewing platform at the top of the Empire State building and, walking around this area, you'll find a broken telescope, with the postcard its feet.

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Postcard 3 location: 'Find the fossil hiding among the modern. Don't forget to look up!'

For the third postcard in Spider-Man Miles Morales, you'll be heading to the Modern Art Museum, which is along the west coastline in Greenwich.

You need to solve this clue to find the postcard: 'Find the fossil hiding among the modern. Don't forget to look up!'

To find this postcard you need to visit the museum balcony - the easiest way to do this is to stand in front of the museum and then aim for the balcony railings.

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Once there, you'll find a fossil and, by jumping up onto the stand, you'll find the postcard sitting atop of it.

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Postcard 4 location: 'Where money is king, you'll find great tunes, hanging among the lights'

The fourth postcard in Spider-Man Miles Morales will send you to the southern edge of the Financial District; you can easily find C.O.D.B.s by following the road to your left from the art museum.

For this postcard, you need to solve this clue: 'Where money is king, you'll find great tunes, hanging among the lights.'

This postcard is quite easy to find - it's at the top of the speakers next to the door!

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Simply climb up the wall to collect it.


Spider-Man Miles Morales has arrived, so check our mission flow guide to learn about the story unlocks and main campaign. After that, discover more about the Spider-Man suits Miles’ can wear, including how to unlock the Bodega Cat suit, Into the Spider-Verse suit, Purple Reign suit, and the Winter suit. We also have guides on the location for every postcard, sound sample and time capsule.


Postcard 5 location: 'Nestled beneath Stuyvesant lives a monster of a good meal'

For the fifth postcard, you'll be heading to Chinatown in Spider-Man Miles Morales.

To collect this postcard, you need to solve this clue: 'Nestled beneath Stuyvesant lives a monster of a good meal.'

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Once you're at the location, you need to web your way up to the lobster and, when standing atop of it, you'll find the postcard stuck to the lobster's tail.

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Postcard 6 location: 'No letter enters this artsy castle without stopping at the gate'

This postcard clue sees you heading to the Upper East Side in Spider-Man Miles Morales.

The clue you're given for this postcard is: 'No letter enters this artsy castle without stopping at the gate.'

When you reach the card's location, you'll be able to find it in the post-box attached to the gate for the castle-like building in the Upper East Side.

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Postcard 7 location: 'Beneath the hoop where you learned to fly, your journey comes to an end'

For this clue, it's time to return to Harlem in Spider-Man Miles Morales and visit the basketball court in C.J. Walker park not far from Miles flat.

Your final clue is: 'Beneath the hoop where you learned to fly, your journey comes to an end...'

You'll find the postcard attached to one of the poles that holds the basketball hoop.

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With that you'll complete the postcard challenge set and finish Miles' walk down memory lane.

If you'd like to learn more about Spider-Man Miles Morales, you check out our guides on the main mission flow and the sound sample locations!

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