UK Postcode Map

Map of the UK where you can see the locations of all area level / out code postcodes. This tool can be used to find out roughly where in the UK a postcode is.

UK Postcode Map

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 Full Screen 

 Clear Map 

Show Postcode Area Boundaries

Show Postcode on Bubble Marker

Show me all postcodes with out codes beginning


Plot Single Postcode



Simply select the out code (most left hand letter(s)) in the postcode from the dropdown list and click the Show button. After a small delay the map will then show all area level postcodes in that area. If you hover over a marker with your mouse, you will see that postcode displayed.

To see a full screen button of the map, click the [Full Screen] button above the map. You can choose to show the outcode postcode boundaries or not by toggling the tickbox. If you wish to search for a location on the map use the search box above the postcode map.

List of Postcodes used here...

  • AB Postcode
  • AL Postcode
  • B Postcode
  • BA Postcode
  • BB Postcode
  • BD Postcode
  • BH Postcode
  • BL Postcode
  • BN Postcode
  • BR Postcode
  • BS Postcode
  • BT Postcode
  • CA Postcode
  • CB Postcode
  • CF Postcode
  • CH Postcode
  • CM Postcode
  • CO Postcode
  • CR Postcode
  • CT Postcode
  • CV Postcode
  • CW Postcode
  • DA Postcode
  • DD Postcode
  • DE Postcode
  • DG Postcode
  • DH Postcode
  • DL Postcode
  • DN Postcode
  • DT Postcode
  • DY Postcode
  • E Postcode
  • EC Postcode
  • EH Postcode
  • EN Postcode
  • EX Postcode
  • FK Postcode
  • FY Postcode
  • G Postcode
  • GL Postcode
  • GU Postcode
  • HA Postcode
  • HD Postcode
  • HG Postcode
  • HP Postcode
  • HR Postcode
  • HS Postcode
  • HU Postcode
  • HX Postcode
  • IG Postcode
  • IP Postcode
  • IV Postcode
  • KA Postcode
  • KT Postcode
  • KW Postcode
  • KY Postcode
  • L Postcode
  • LA Postcode
  • LD Postcode
  • LE Postcode
  • LL Postcode
  • LN Postcode
  • LS Postcode
  • LU Postcode
  • M Postcode
  • ME Postcode
  • MK Postcode
  • ML Postcode
  • N Postcode
  • NE Postcode
  • NG Postcode
  • NN Postcode
  • NP Postcode
  • NR Postcode
  • NW Postcode
  • OL Postcode
  • OX Postcode
  • PA Postcode
  • PE Postcode
  • PH Postcode
  • PL Postcode
  • PO Postcode
  • PR Postcode
  • RG Postcode
  • RH Postcode
  • RM Postcode
  • S Postcode
  • SA Postcode
  • SE Postcode
  • SG Postcode
  • SK Postcode
  • SL Postcode
  • SM Postcode
  • SN Postcode
  • SO Postcode
  • SP Postcode
  • SR Postcode
  • SS Postcode
  • ST Postcode
  • SW Postcode
  • SY Postcode
  • TA Postcode
  • TD Postcode
  • TF Postcode
  • TN Postcode
  • TQ Postcode
  • TR Postcode
  • TS Postcode
  • TW Postcode
  • UB Postcode
  • W Postcode
  • WA Postcode
  • WC Postcode
  • WD Postcode
  • WF Postcode
  • WN Postcode
  • WR Postcode
  • WS Postcode
  • WV Postcode
  • YO Postcode
  • ZE Postcode

Version History

  • Version 1 (12/06/2008) - Simple interface set up
  • Version 2 (04/01/2009) - Added option to plot single postcode
  • Version 3 (13/10/2009) - Added postcode area boundaries
  • Version 4 (27/02/2010) - Added address finder to estimate address of map centre
  • Version 5 (36/01/2012)
    • Now uses Google Maps API V3
    • Full Screen Option
    • Search Facility
    • Option to Show All Outcodes at once
    • Simplified Boundary on/off/single to just be on/off
  • Version 6 (05/02/2012) - Added address finder to estimate address of map centre, including the full UK postcode
  • Version 7 (04/10/2012) - Postcode text now appears on the marker

Previous Comments For This Page

The information provided here is helping me to create a really insightful mapping tool to track fraud. Thanks for making it all available. i do have a question though if anyone can help me. I can see that Isle of Man is acknowledged as having its own postcode boundary, yet there are no links to download IM postcode data. And this seemes to be uniform on all Postcode databases. While the IM area remains clean and fraud free for the time being, it would be a bonus if I didn't have this hole in the data on my end in case this changes. Any ideas?
By RobW on 28/02/2014

perfect for what i needed it for many thanks :))
By Iain on 26/02/2014

Useless, complete waste of time, NR30, NR31 etc all have the same boundaries!!! O_o can't why they even have it on the web!
By tb on 21/02/2014

I want postcode
By toby on 20/01/2014

I have played for some Hour or more. I want to know the post code of the addrwess that I gave . It does not oblige . wants me to givbe it a post - code !!!!
By john S charles on 11/12/2013

brilliant don't listen to those negative idiots
By reginald on 11/12/2013

site did what i wanted it to do.....will use again.
By Adrian on 06/11/2013

Brilliant for finding the boundaries of each postcode area! What a relief not to have to download a toolbar in order to access the information for free. Thank you very much. I do not know how people have the cheek to be rude about free information.
By Geri on 06/11/2013

By no time for amatures on 25/10/2013

Agree with others what a waste of website space this is!
On 24/10/2013

By Paul on 17/10/2013

Where is DT2 ODW ?
On 19/09/2013

Thanks for the comments Kevin
By Free Map Tools on 22/07/2013

An excellent site once you realise that you may need to enter the postcode a couple of times as it doesn't always work first time around. When you consider that you can only use majority of other sites for just 10 'hits' this service compares very well to them. As some of the other users have commented, I don't know what the Muppets who have slagged this off are on about, I used it for over two hours today for the whole of UK and by far the best site I have used!!
By Kevin on 16/07/2013

Not enough detail. I want to know what area the first 4, 5, or 6 numbers or letters of a post code covers.
On 18/06/2013

A great service.
On 13/06/2013

Love it. Very good sales tool to plot areas to target
By Ross on 12/06/2013

On 03/06/2013

Poor wanted a postcode didn't get it what a waste of time
By Davy on 30/05/2013

On 30/05/2013

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