Custom Made maps
from £16.99 £14.99 with free UK delivery
Special offer until Midnight 31 July
- 1 Find your centre point
- 2 Choose your map scale
- 3 Fine-tune your location
- 4 Choose your print options
- 5 Customise your map title and cover image
Create your own unique map with OS Custom Made maps
Focus on your favourite area or create a unique gift with folded, flat or framed maps. Show the instantly recognisable style of the OS Explorer and OS Landranger leisure maps.
Add your own titles and cover image to complete your map.
Type in a place name, postcode or grid reference and click ‘Go’. If there’s more than one match we’ll give you a list to choose from.
The map will appear showing your selected location.
Choose from OS Explorer 1: 25 000 scale or OS Landranger 1: 50 0000 scale maps.
OS Explorer shows more detail, but over a smaller area and are ideal for walking. OS Landranger shows less detail, but covers a wider area, perfect for on and off-road cycling and holidays.
You can see how each scale looks in the Detail View.
You can drag the map to adjust the area to be printed. The white border on the Map Area shows the edges of the map. You may want to ensure that key features are covered, or ensure the map is centred exactly.
Once you are happy with the area covered, click ‘Lock map for printing’.
You will now be able to drag the red box to check the detail of the selected area – ideal for checking exactly what your map covers.
Choose from a traditional folded map to fit in your rucksack, a flat rolled map or one of our framed options.
You can also choose the language for the map, which affects the cover and map key.
Once you’re ready click ‘Confirm and continue’.
Enter your map title. These will appear above the map legend on your print. The first three lines are automatically converted to uppercase.
On folded maps your titles will also appear on the cover. You can add a cover picture by uploading one from your computer or choosing from one of ours.
After uploading a picture you will have the opportunity to choose the part of the picture to be used by moving the clear box over your photo.