Stardew Valley – Where Is Emily Located?

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There are a lot of villagers in Stardew Valley that you can befriend if you spend the necessary time talking to them and getting to know them. Some of these villagers are more interesting than others, as you can romance them.

Romanceable characters are the bread and butter of Stardew Valley, as you go looking for them every day, hoping to find and give them the perfect gift.

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One interesting romanceable character that all players will want to befriend is Emily. Though she might seem like a weird hippy, she can be very interesting if you spend the time to get to know her, and you can only discover this by seeing her friendship events.

If you are wondering where Emily is located in Stardew Valley, you will need to learn her pattern and see exactly when she leaves her house. This is exactly what we will show you in this guide.

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Where Does Emily Live in Stardew Valley?

Usually, the best way to find where someone is located in Stardew Valley is to wait in front of their house when they start their day.

The exact time when an NPC leaves their house can be very different, but this is what this guide will help you with.

Emily lives at 2 Willow Lane, in the beige house with a sun over the door, in the southwestern part of Pelican Town.

Just walk from the town center down a bit and you should see her house to the left, next to the big blue house where Jodi lives.

If you open your map, you just need to look just south of the town center in Pelican Town, next to the blue house with a yellow roof. If you hover over the house, you will find 2 Willow Lane, where Emily and Haley live.

Stardew Valley – Where is Emily Located Map

You can see the exact location on the Stardew Valley map in the image above. You can also see what 2 Willow Lane looks like in the screenshot at the top of the guide.

Luckily, Emily will spend most of her time inside her house or at the Stardrop Saloon. She has one of the easiest schedules to follow, allowing you to easily find her.

If you know what gifts Emily likes, you can easily get to 2 hearts and access her room every day to get some more friendship points.

Where is Emily Located? – Emily’s Daily Schedule

Emily has a relatively straightforward schedule where she likes to stand around in her house or in the Stardrop Saloon.

So, here is the exact schedule that Emily follows in Stardew Valley almost every day:

  • Stands in her bedroom until 12 PM, when she leaves to stand in the living room.
  • Leaves the house at 3:30 PM to work at the Stardrop Saloon, right in the middle of Pelican Town.
  • At 12:30 AM, she goes back home to sleep.

The only day she changes her schedule a bit is on Tuesdays, when she attends the aerobics class at Pierre’s with most of the other women in town at 1 PM.

She leaves Pierre’s Store at 4 PM to get to work at the Saloon again. After this, she just goes at 12:30 AM, as usual.

Schedule Deviations

On rainy days, Emily follows her exact schedule from the other days. The only difference is that she leaves the Stardrop Saloon at 1 AM instead of 12:30.

If you manage to fix the Community Center, she will also change her schedule a bit. On Fridays, she will leave the house at 10 AM and stand in the Community Center until 3:30 PM, when she heads to work.

If you fix the Bus that leads to Calico Desert, Emily will start going there every year on Fall 15 for Sandy’s birthday. She will leave her home at 10:30 AM and head back home at 12 AM.

The only other deviation from the schedule is that, on Winter 11, she leaves her home at 10:30 AM for her yearly check-up at Harvey’s Clinic and starts going to the Stardrop Saloon at 4 PM.

That’s everything you need to know about where Emily is located in Stardew Valley!

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Adrian Oprea

Based in London, United Kingdom, Adrian Oprea is a Guides Writer. As a professional single-player RPG player, Adrian has often been stigmatized. He has decided to pour his frustration into writing guides!

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