The following is a list of locations that are too minor to have their own article, as well as some major locations that are the main setting for another location (meaning that there is no point in creating a separate article for them, since the article would be almost identical to the other article, such as the Forbidden Mountain where the Forbidden Fortress is located, the Darling House in London and the De Vil Mansion in 1920s England).
Glowerhaven is a Fairy Tale Land location. It is mentioned in the fifteenth episode of the fourth season. When young Ursula runs away from her father, she starts singing in a tavern to earn enough gold for passage to Glowerhaven, because that was her mother's favorite place to sing. Hearing of Ursula's desire to go to Glowerhaven, Hook offers to take her there for free.
Yaoguai Cave is a Fairy Tale Land location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the second season. It is unknown whether this cave is located within the Enchanted Forest or to a different Fairy Tale Land realm. The cave is located in a mountain habitat, and is where the monster known as the Yaoguai hibernates by day. Belle finds the cave by using one of her books.
Blacksmith's Workshop is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. Located in Lower Agrabah's marketplace, this is where a young Jafar works for a Blacksmith after his father, the Sultan, tried to kill him. Jafar momentarily leaves the workshop to fetch more coal, but the Blacksmith decides to punish him for leaving and not tending to the furnace fire by starving him for a night.
Great Sand Dunes is an Agrabah location. It is mentioned in the sixth episode of the sixth season. After Jasmine's caravan manages to get through a violent sandstorm, they crest the Great Sand Dunes to discover that Agrabah has disappeared. However, this is later revealed to be untrue.
Ulima's House is an Agrabah location. It appears in the seventh episode of the spin-off. It is located located on the outskirts of the Sultan's city, and is where the healer Ulima lives with her young son, Jafar. As Ulima is on her death bed, she reveals to Jafar the truth of his origins and gives him a ring to show the Sultan as proof he is his son.
Southern Mountains is an Arendelle location. They appear in the third episode of the fourth season. This is where Hans and his brothers camp out as they plot to invade Arendelle and seize the throne from Elsa by entrapping her in a magic urn.
Ivory Sea is a DunBroch location. It appears in the sixth episode of the fifth season. It is a stretch of ocean that separates Dunbroch from Camelot. Merida puts Belle on a boat with her as she rows from Camelot to DunBroch, where her brothers are. After saving her brothers, Merida sends Belle off in a boat to go back across the Ivory Sea to her allies.
Ruth's Cabin is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the third episode of the second season. This is where Ruth lives while her son, Prince Charming, and his fiance, Snow White, go to war with King George. Prince Charming hid his mother at the cabin because King George threatened to have her killed if Prince Charming refused to do as he was told. King George eventually finds out where the cabin is and sends his soldiers there to kill Prince Charming.
Silver Mines Village
Silver Mines Village is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the graphic novel Shadow of the Queen. It is a mining village in the Evil Queen's kingdom, in the glacial north and is where the royal reserve of silver is located. This village is the home of the Minister.
Snow White's Hideout Cottage
Snow White's Hideout Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the second season. It is a cottage in an unnamed village, where Snow White was hiding for some time. The Evil Queen searches the cottage, only to find it empty, and realizes that someone must have tipped Snow White off. When the villagers refuse to tell where Snow White is currently hiding, Regina orders her Black Knights to kill them all.
Snow White's Second Hideout Cottage
Snow White's Second Hideout Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the sixth season. It is a cottage in an unnamed village, where Snow White hides before dawn. The Black Knights keep watch over the cabin until the Evil Queen arrives to kill her stepdaughter, but when Regina arrives, Snow White is gone. The queen has the villagers rounded up, but spares their lives in order to prove to Tinker Bell that she is capable of love.
Dorothy's House is a Kansas location. It first appears in the twentieth episode of the third season. It is the home of Dorothy, which gets sucked into a Cyclone and sent to Oz, crashing somewhere in the West. Years later, Zelena returns to the house with Hades, where they find a bicycle in the wreckage.
10th and Oak is a Seattle location. It appears in the first episode of the seventh season. Henry visits the area while under the assumption it's a cemetery. But after asking a passerby, she states it had always been an empty lot for as long as she remembers.
Decrepit Building is a Seattle location. It appears in the seventh episode of the season. It is a decrepit warehouse-like building owned by Victoria Belfrey, where Rogers tracks down the missing woman, Eloise Gardener. Unbeknownst to him, this is all a ploy by Victoria's daughter Ivy to get Victoria behind bars.
Peter Peter's is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fifth episode of the fifth season. It is a pumpkin stand run by Peter Peter, which offers pumpkins and other vegetables. The business was opened after the first curse was broken, and is still active after the second curse ended. The business caught the sheriff's attention due to many noise complaints.
Storybrooke Seaside Playground is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the twenty-second episode of the second season. Henry is joyously going back and forth on a swing in this playground, while Granny is keeping watch over him, holding a crossbow. Emma and her family then show up, and bring sad news: Henry's father has perished.
Hall of Mirrors is a Netherworld location. It appears in the eighth episode of the second season. When someone is put under a Sleeping Curse, their soul is transported to a room filled with mirrors until they awake. It is located above the Red Room in the Netherworld.
Dark Jungle is a Neverland location. It appears in the first episode of the third season. When Hook returns to Neverland, he discovers that the jungle has grown since the last time he was there. According to Hook, it is the last place you should set foot.
Infinite Maze is a New Wonderland location. It appears in the eighth episode of the seventh season. It is a huge maze where people go to get lost and not being found. After their hearts have been poisoned, Cecelia and Alice both hide in this place, where they meet. When Alice run away to the maze for the second time, she is followed by Cinderella, who tries to discover what happened to her mother.
Quadling Country is an Oz location. It is mentioned in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. Not much is known about this place. Its inhabitants are called "Quadlings".
West is an Oz location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the third season. It's the western quadrant of Oz and was formerly protected by Zelena as the Witch of the West before she turned wicked again and became the ruler of Oz. The cyclone that brought Dorothy to Oz dropped her and her house somewhere in the West.
Haunting Booths is an Underworld location. They first appear in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. These are phone booths which can be used for haunting, and to send messages to the living. You pick up the phone and tell the operator who you wish to haunt. However, all of them were eventually disconnected by Cruella De Vil, the Mayor of Underbrooke. ("Our Decay", "Ruby Slippers")
Underbrooke is an Underworld location. It first appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. Underbrooke is the main location of the Underworld and its exterior appearance. It is based on Storybrooke. According to Hades, he made the Underworld look like Storybrooke, to give Zelena her own version of what her sister Regina had.(Underbrooke appears in every episode where the Underworld appears.)
Black Forest is a Wonderland location. It appears in the sixth episode of the spin-off. On her way to Jafar's lair to save Cyrus, she travels through the Black Forest with only a lighted torch, which goes out moments later. Luckily, she sees a light ahead and hurries forward, but ends up trapped in the Boro Grove.
Mallow Marsh is a Wonderland location. It appears in the first episode of the spin-off. Alice and Knave journey to Wonderland and fall on the soft surface of the marsh. The sticky substance causes them to sink deeper in, but they are able to free themselves by toasting the marsh with a dragonfly's spitfire.
March Hare's Mansion
March Hare's Mansion is a Wonderland location. It appears in the graphic fiction novel, Out of the Past. It is the residence of the March Hare, a gangster from Wonderland. Jefferson was briefly held as a hostage at this place, but he was eventually freed by his wife, Priscilla, who in the chase was fatally wounded.
Tulgey Woods is a Wonderland location. It appears in the first episode of the spin-off. Alice and Knave cross into Tulgey Woods, which is located in the Red Queen's territory, to reach the Mad Hatter's house. After boosting herself up into a tree to get a better look at where the house is, Alice encounters a much unfriendlier Cheshire Cat, but is rescued by Knave.
Ancient Bridge is a location. It appears in the fourth episode of the seventh season. It is said that the bridge is older than time itself, and that it can make wishes come true in exchange of a sacrifice. Belle French, Mr. Gold, and Gideon travel here when Gideon is about 10. Mr. Gold tries to free himself from the dagger here by trowing it into the river below, but he does not succeed.
Elphame Academy is a location. It is mentioned in the fourth episode of the seventh season. Not much is known about it. Gideon reveals that he has been accepted into this academy, and his parents, Belle and Mr. Gold, commend him for this achievement.