Our Fallout New Vegas Snow Globes Locations Guide shows the total of 7 snow globes in the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 game. They are similiar to the Bobble Heads that were in Fallout 3 except this time collecting them does not enhance your character at all, but instead you can either keep them for your collection or sell each of them for 2,000 caps each to Mr. House.
Once you have found and collected all 7 snow globes in the game, you will unlock the Globe Trotter Achievement worth 25 Gamerscore or a Silver Trophy.
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Table of Contents
- Snow Globe #1: Goodsprings Cemetery
- Snow Globe #2: Old Mormon Fort
- Snow Globe #3: Lucky 38 Casino
- Snow Globe #4: Vault 21
- Snow Globe #5: Nellis Air Force Base
- Snow Globe #6: Hoover Dam
- Snow Globe #7: Jacobstown
Index of Fallout New Vegas Guides:
- This Page: Snow Globes Locations Guide
- New Page: Companion Locations Guide
- New Page: Unique Weapons Locations Guide
- New Page: Skill Books Locations Guide
- New Page: Achievements & Trophies Guide
- New Page: Walkthrough
- New Page: Hollowed-Out Rocks Locations Guide
- New Page: Codes & Tips
- New Page: Caravan Cards and Players Locations Guide
- New Page: Vendor Locations Guide
- New Page: Unique Item Locations Guide
- New Page: Perks List
- New Page: Characters Overview
- New Page: Weapons List
You can get this Snow Globe right at the beginning of the game. It will be found at the Goodsprings Cemetery which is at the top of the hill from Goodsprings. It is lying in a grave right near the water tower that is also located up here at the cemetery.
You can get this Snow Globe once you come across the Freeside area which is right next door to the New Vegas Strip. In order to get to the Strip you need to go through Freeside. It will be found inside an office room in the tower at the Old Mormon Fort. It will be on the top of the wooden shelf in the right corner of the room from the top of the stairs.
You can get this Snow Globe after you have entered the Lucky 38 Casino and talked to Mr. House. It will be on the Cocktail Lounge Floor inside of the Casino. When you exit the elevator, take a left around the circular bar and it will be behind a cash register.
You can get this Snow Globe once you have access to the Strip. It will be inside of Sarah’s locked room inside of Vault 21. You can find Vault 21 in the 3rd section of the Strip. You will also see a large sign that says Vault 21 if you cannot find it.
There are 3 ways that you can access Sarah’s locked room. The best and safest way would be to pick the lock but in order to pick the lock you will need a lockpick skill level of 50 in order to do so. The other way is to steal the key from her by pickpocketing her. The final way would be to simply just kill her and take the key from her so you can access the room. The choice is up to you and depends on your play style and how you are playing your playthrough.
You can get this Snow Globe once you come across the Nellis Air Force Base which will be when you get the Quest titled “The House Always Wins III”. It will be found inside of the Nellis Boomer Museum where Pete is at. This is the same building where you listen to Pete which is part of the Volare! Quest.
It will be to the right at the front right corner of the table as you enter the rounded roof building. This building is also right near the Nellis Hangars.
You can get this Snow Globe once you come across the Hoover Dam. It is on top of the curved reception desk in the center at the Hoover Dam’s Visitor Center. It will also be right next to the terminal on the desk as well.
You can get this Snow Globe once you come across Jacobstown. It is on top of the curved reception desk when you enter the Jacobstown Lodge front door. It is located to the left of the terminal on the right side of the desk. If this is the last Snow Globe you needed to collect and you followed my location from beginning to end, then you will unlock the Globe Trotter Achievement worth 25 Gamerscore or a Silver Trophy.
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