Elucidating the mechanism for the high metastasis capacity of Endometrial cancer (EC) is crucial to improve treatment outcomes of EC. We have recently reported that nicotinamide N-methyltransferase (NNMT) is overexpressed in EC, especially in EC, and predicts poor survival of chemotherapy patients. Here, we aimed to determine the function and mechanism of NNMT on metastasis of EC. Additionally, analysis of public datasets indicated that NNMT is involved in cholesterol metabolism. In vitro, NNMT overexpression promoted migration and invasion of EC by reducing cholesterol levels in the cytoplasm and cell membrane. Mechanistically, NNMT activated ABCA1 expression, leading to cholesterol efflux and membrane fluidity enhancement, thereby promoting EC's epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT). In vivo, the metastasis capacity of EC was weakened by targeting NNMT. Our findings suggest a new molecular mechanism involving NNMT in metastasis, poor survival of EC mediated by PP2A and affecting cholesterol metabolism.