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This page lists the Enchanted Forest locations featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Agrabah

Main article: Agrabah

Agrabah first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. This is a realm that exists within the Enchanted Forest. It is a mostly desert

Arendelle

Main article: Arendelle

Arendelle will first appear in the first episode of the fourth season of Once Upon a Time.

Aurora's Palace

Main article: Aurora's Palace

Aurora's Palace first appears in the first episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. It exists as a crumbling palace where a cursed Princess Aurora sleeps under the affliction of the Sleeping Curse. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, time in the Enchanted Forest begins to move forward; allowing her love, Prince Phillip, to awaken her with true love's kiss. Following Phillip's sudden death via the Wraith, Aurora and Mulan place his body on a bier to mourn his death. After Phillip's soul is revived, the trio head back to the palace to rebuild. Mulan leaves to join the Merry Men, so Aurora and Phillip stay behind. While Aurora is pregnant, they are threatened by the Wicked West into ratting out the return of Snow White and her allies. ("Broken")

The Beanstalk

Main article: The Beanstalk

The Beanstalk first appears in the sixth episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. It is the home of giants, though a past invasion caused the death of many. Only one giant, Anton, lives in seclusion above the beanstalk. Due to necessity of needing an item the giant possesses, Emma and Hook climb up to lure him out. Emma convinces Anton to give her the item, and also trap Hook as she doesn't trust him. Eventually, Hook escapes and rejoins an ally, Cora. She shrinks and kidnaps Anton to bring along in their future journey to Storybrooke. ("Tallahassee")

Dark Castle

Main article: Dark Castle

The Dark Castle first appears in the fifth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. Home to the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin, who lives lavishly and makes deals with many people throughout the land. ("That Still Small Voice", "Skin Deep")

Dark Dungeon

Main article: Dark Dungeon

The Dark Dungeon first appears in the fourth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. Built by dwarves as an indestructible jail cell. Rumplestiltskin is imprisoned after Cinderella tricks him with squid ink to evade her end of their deal, which is to hand over her first born child. ("The Price of Gold")

Dark Palace

Main article: Dark Palace

The Dark Palace first appears as a mention in the eleventh episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. Previously a castle housed by royals of another kingdom, known as King Leopold and Queen Eva, with their heir, Snow White. Eva dies a fatal death, and King Leopold marries Regina to give Snow White another mother. Regina plots to kill King Leopold. After he is poisoned to death, Regina forces Snow White out by putting out a warrant for her head and changes the castle into darker colors. ("Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"; "The Queen Is Dead"; "The Evil Queen")

Dwarves' Cottage

The Dwarves' Cottage first appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A cottage in the woods inhabited by the seven dwarves. They later welcome a guest, Snow White, to stay with them for a period of time. ("Heart of Darkness")

Firefly Hill

Firefly Hill fist appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A cozy hill spot frequented by fireflies that light up the sky at nightfall and a romantic meeting area for couples. ("Dreamy")

Forbidden Fortress

Main article: Forbidden Fortress

The Forbidden Fortress first appears in the second episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. It is the isolated retreat of the witch Maleficent. ("The Thing You Love Most")

The Gingerbread House

The Gingerbread House first appears in the ninth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A house found in the forest woods made of candy and goodies to lure in hungry children. Inside, the room is filled with sugary snacks, but beware of a sleeping blind witch, who will awaken with the first bite of food a tempted child takes. Hansel and Gretel steal a poisoned apple from her to give to the Queen. ("True North")

Glinda's Pocket Dimension

Glinda, banished from Oz by the Wicked Witch of the West, is sent to the Enchanted Forest. She sets up a pocket dimension, full of ice and snow, south of Rumplestiltskin's castle. Only the pure of heart may enter into her domain. ("A Curious Thing")

Golden Castle

The Golden Castle first appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season on Once Upon a Time. Owned by King Midas the Golden Castle is not far from the Royal Castle. Due to its owner's ability to turn everything he touches into gold the castle is build of golden stones. ("Snow Drifts")

Granny's House

Granny's House first appears in the fifteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. Granny and Red Riding Hood live together in the cottage. Red is forced to leave to keep the villagers from finding out her wolf identity. ("Red-Handed")

Hamelin

Hamelin first appears in the fourth episode of the third season on Once Upon a Time. When Peter Pan decides to gather companions for himself in Neverland, he disguises in a pied cloak and uses an enchanted pipe to lure adolescent boys, particularly those filled with loneliness, away from their families in the night. ("Nasty Habits")

Hangman's Island

Hangman's Island first appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season on Once Upon a Time. Kidnapped by Black Beard, Prince Eric is taken to a region of the Enchanted Forest called Hangman's Island. He is held there as ransom, but a persistent Ariel eventually finds him after a long search. They reunite and spend their lives together happily. Due to the island being too far away, the second curse never reaches them and they remain unaffected. ("The Jolly Roger")

The House and Stables

The House and Stables first appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. The home of CoraHenry and their daughter, Regina. It is here that Regina's true love, Daniel, is murdered and later Dr. Frankenstein pretends to fail resurrecting him because of a deal he has made with Rumplestiltskin("The Stable Boy", "The Doctor")

The Infinite Forest

Main article: Infinite Forest

The Infinite Forest first appears in the ninth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. It is a looped forest that is never ending and with no exit in sight. Those who wander in will become trapped there forever. ("True North")

Lake Nostos

Main article: Lake Nostos

Lake Nostos first appears in the thirteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A lake with waters which can magically restore something or someone to a former state. Guarded by a siren, many men have been seduced by her and paid the price with their lives. Later, the siren is killed by Prince Charming, which inevitably also causes the lake's waters to dry up over a period of time. ("What Happened to Frederick")

Lake Onondaga

Lake Onondaga first appears in the graphic fiction novel, Shadow of the Queen. ("Shadow of the Queen")

Maritime Kingdom

The Maritime Kingdom first appears in the sixth episode of the third season on Once Upon a Time. In this kingdom, a mermaid, Ariel, falls for the prince, Eric, who she secretly saved from a shipwreck. At the Under the Sea celebration, she meets Eric, and he invites her to depart with him in the morning for a travel expedition. The next day, Ariel swims up to the surface just below the castle balcony where Eric is waiting for her. She calls out to him, but he does not hear her because her voice has been taken away by the Evil Queen. He sets sail for his travels without seeing Ariel. ("Ariel")

Maurice's Castle

Maurice's Castle first appears in the twelfth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A castle owned by Sir Maurice, and is used as a shelter during an ogre war to keep people safe from the ogres rampaging the lands. ("Skin Deep")

Mulan's Home

Mulan's Home first appears in the eleventh episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. An Asian-inspired empire where the warrior Mulan originates from. This is where she meets a fellow Yaoguai hunter, Belle, while hunting the cursed form of Prince Phillip. ("The Outsider")

Nottingham

Nottingham first appears as a mention in the nineteenth episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. A town which the Sheriff originates from, and has since been made a laughingstock by Robin Hood. ("Lacey")

Rapunzel's Tower

Rapunzel, left as the sole heir to her parents' kingdom after her older brother dies, is worried about living up to their expectations. Seeking out a plant called night root, which is rumored to rid the user of fear, she consumes it, but nothing happens. Instead, her fear manifests as a doppelganger of herself, though Rapunzel believes it is a witch. Chased up a tower by the being, she becomes entrapped inside for an unknown amount of time. When Rapunzel sees another person, Prince Charming, arrive to collect night root, she calls to him for help. With his help, she faces her fears by killing the doppelganger and leaves the tower with Prince Charming to reunite with her parents. ("The Tower")

Royal Castle

Main article: Royal Castle

The Royal Castle first appears in the thirteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. It is the home of King George and his son, James. Later, the castle is overtaken by Snow White and Prince Charming, who drive King George out to rule the kingdom. ("What Happened to Frederick", "The Cricket Game")

Rumplestiltskin's House

'Rumplestiltskin's House first appears in the nineteenth episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. Rumplestiltskin and his wife Milah lived together working as wool spinners. After the birth of their son Baelfire, their marriage began to deplete due to Milah's perception of Rumplestiltskin's previous actions in running away from fight in the Ogre War as cowardly. Many years later, she spends most of her time at the bar tavern gambling and falls in love with a pirate named Captain Hook. Faking her own kidnapping, she leaves to travel aboard Captain Hook's ship with him while Rumplestiltskin is forced to lie to Baelfire and say his mother is dead rather than let the truth come out. More time passes, and Rumplestiltskin becomes the Dark One to protect his son, but Baelfire wishes to find a way for him to give up magic for good. Instead, Baelfire falls into another world via a magic bean leaving his father alone. An unknown time passes, and Rumplestiltskin eventually moves into a castle to live a solitary life. ("The Return", "The Crocodile", "Manhattan")

Ruth's Farm

Ruth's Farm first appears in the sixth episode of the first season on Once Upon a TimeIt is home of Ruth, her husband and Prince Charming, before he was taken to the Royal Castle by Rumplestiltskin. After that, the farm becomes wealthy and King George takes care of it, as product of the trade. ("The Shepherd")

Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest first appears in the nineteenth episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. The forest in which Robin Hood and his love, Marian, hide in during their evasion of Rumplestiltskin and the Sheriff. ("Lacey")

It was also the home of Will Scarlet and Anastasia before they decided to go to Wonderland. ("Heart of the Matter")

When the Dark Curse hits the Enchanted Forest, Sherwood remains safe under Cora's magic shield. Its inhabitants are not sent to Storybrooke, but are still frozen in time for 28 years. ("New York City Serenade")

Princess Rapunzel gets imprisoned in a tower in Sherwood Forest after going in search of a magical root able to send away any fears. ("The Tower")

The Safe Haven

Main article: Safe Haven

The Safe Haven first appears in the ninth episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. A community built in a corner of land in the Enchanted Forest after many inhabitants in the area are unaffected by the curse sweeping the land. ("Queen of Hearts")

The Troll Bridge

The Troll Bridge first appears in the third episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time. A bridge guarded by trolls who will give money in exchange for jewels from those who seek them. While on the run from the Evil Queen, Snow White lives a life as a bandit stealing from others and selling the items to the trolls for gold. She snatches a bag of jewels from Prince Charming, but after having sold them, he forces her to help him get it back. Reluctantly, she leads him to the Troll Bridge where she places a few gold coins on the bridge to lure the trolls up from below. Snow White tries to barter for the jewels back, but the trolls seize their belongings and find a wanted poster of her for a large sum of money. Greedy for gold, the trolls want to turn her into the Evil Queen, but she and Prince Charming fight to make a getaway. Though Snow White manages to run off, she sees Prince Charming is trapped and hurries back to help him. By throwing fairy dust on the trolls, they turn into cockroaches; allowing the twosome to leave freely. ("Snow Falls")

The Werewolves' Den

The Werewolves' Den first appears in the seventh episode of the second season on Once Upon a Time. A den where werewolf leader Anita housed and lived with her pack. Anita's daughter, Red, briefly stayed here to get in touch with her werewolf side, but ultimately decided to leave after accepting both her wolf and human sides. ("Child of the Moon")

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