All Hidden History Locations in Saints Row

Santo Ileso has a ton of available activities. The city is home to legal and illegal businesses, shady investments, stores, collectibles, and more. Still, it stretches further; the city hides various “History Locations” that contain lore and treasures.

When completing hidden history events, players “throw the dice” at getting different rewards; some have clothing prizes, while others provide unique weapons. Yet, you can cut corners by researching which spots grant each bonus beforehand.

In addition, hidden history treasures, although seemingly easy, are not exactly a stroll around the park. First, you’ll need to find them somewhere around Santo Ileso — typically hidden — and then complete their challenges.

Hence, we’ve developed an article to guide you through all hidden history locations in Saints Row and make this challenge feel like a breeze.

Locations and Prizes

A hidden treasure challenge requires players to go through two historical spots in the same or different regions. For example, if you find a hidden history location in West Providencia and go through its challenge, you’ll need to rush for another one at Mercado and complete it too.

You’ll need to finish both to earn the final prize.

Hidden history challenges require you to find and play audio recordings from tourist boards at Santo Ileso’s historical landmarks. You’ll have to find all of the location’s five audio plaques to complete the activity.

Apart from exclusive rewards, players also receive money and XP.

Werewolf Mask

The werewolf mask is a clothing item you can get after completing a hidden history location in West Providencia and another in Old Town West.

In West Providencia, go to “Captain Valero’s Rancho Providencia.” and interact with the tourist welcome sign.

In Old Town West, find “Fort Cullen” and interact with the tourist welcome sign.

After completing both locations, you’ll receive the “Werewolf Mask,” which you’ll find on your wardrobe under the “Helmet” category.

Pugnus Sanctus Dei

Pugnus Sanctus Dei Is an exclusive “boxing pistol” that shoots extended fists, punching into the direction you point. You can get this weapon after completing hidden history locations at East Providencia and Old Town West.

In East Providencia, go to St. Thomas Corvacho and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

In Old Town West, go to Meeker Square and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both challenges, you’ll have the Pugnus Sanctus Dei in your weapon inventory.

KISS Cactus Hat

The KISS Cactus Hat is a clothing item you can get after completing hidden history locations in West Providencia and Old Town East.

In East Providencia, go to The Grand Prix and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

In Old Town East, go to Beware The Grisly Bear and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both locations, you’ll receive the “KISS Cactus Hat,” which, regardless of its name, you’ll find on your wardrobe under the “Helmet” category.

Beer Costume

The Beer Costume is an outfit you can get after completing hidden history locations in Smelterville West and Marina West.

In Smelterville West, go to Frank’s 80/20 Brewery and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

In Marina West, go to Red Faction Memorial Park and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both locations, you’ll receive the “Beer Costume,” which you’ll find on your wardrobe under the “Outfit” category.

Marshall Kart (Shifty)

Shifty is an exclusive vehicle that features Marshall emblems and fits in the go-kart category. You can get this petite vehicle after completing hidden history locations at El Dorado and Badlands North.

In El Dorado, go to Go Kart Go! and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

In Badlands North, go to Lake Alacran and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both challenges, you’ll have the Marshall Kart as a saved vehicle in your garage.

Alien Mask

The Alien Mask is a clothing item you can get after completing hidden history locations in Lakeshore South.

Firstly, you can go to the Jasinski Park Theater and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

Then, just a few feet further, go to Jasinski Public Library and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both locations, you’ll receive the “Alien Mask,” which you’ll find on your wardrobe under the “Helmet” category.

Ringers Hawaiian Shirt

The Ringers Hawaiian Shirt is a clothing item you can get after completing hidden history locations in Badlands South and Rojas Desert South.

In Badlands South, go to Route 66 McQuary and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

In Rojas Desert South, go to Route 66 Cranston and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both challenges, you’ll have the Ringers Hawaiian Shirt in your outfit inventory in the “Shirt” section.

Shakes The Snake Shirt

The “Shakes The Snake Shirt” is a clothing item you can get after completing hidden history locations in Rojas Desert North. The shirt is an appreciation for Kavanaugh County Parks Services.

To complete the first location, go to the Sky Canion and find the tourist “welcome sign.”

Then, go to Sidewinder Creek and interact with the tourist “welcome sign.”

After completing both challenges, you’ll have the Shakes The Snake Shirt in your outfit inventory in the “Shirt” section.

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