Commands/locate

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Displays the coordinates for the closest structure of a given type in the chat for the player who executed the command.

Syntax
  • Java Edition
locate <StructureType>
  • Bedrock Edition
locate <feature: Feature>
Arguments
StructureType / Feature
Specifies the structure to locate. Must be one of the following:
Feature name Java Edition Bedrock Edition
Buried treasure Buried_Treasure buriedtreasure
End city EndCity endcity
Fortress Fortress fortress
Woodland mansion Mansion mansion
Mineshaft Mineshaft mineshaft
Monument Monument monument
Underwater ruins Ocean_Ruin ruins
Shipwreck Shipwreck shipwreck
Stronghold Stronghold stronghold
Desert pyramid Desert_Pyramid temple
Igloo Igloo
Jungle pyramid Jungle_Pyramid
Swamp hut Swamp_Hut
Village Village village

newvillage[upcoming: BE 1.10.0][until BE 1.11.0]

Pillager outpost[upcoming: JE 1.14] Pillager_Outpost pillageroutpost

The structure type is case-sensitive.

Result
Fails if the arguments are not specified correctly, or if unable to locate the requested feature (for example, if it's in a different dimension).
If successful, displays the coordinates for the closest structure of the given type in the chat, for the player who executed the command. Will display the Y coordinate as (y?) for some structures. (All structures in Bedrock Edition)
Examples
To obtain the coordinates of the nearest woodland mansion: locate Mansion

History[edit]

Java Edition
1.1116w39aAdded /locate.
1.1318w06a/locate now accepts different structure names for all structures previously grouped under Temple: Desert_Pyramid, Igloo, Jungle_Pyramid, and Swamp_Hut.
18w08aAdded a clickable teleport link to the /locate command output.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0alpha 0.17.0.1Added /locate
alpha 0.17.0.2Removed /locate.
alpha 1.0.0.0Re-added /locate. Only works for strongholds.
1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.0/locate can now find other structures.