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This page lists minor locations featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and its Expanded Universe.
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For major Locations, see this category.
The following is a list of locations that are too minor to have their own article, as well as major locations that are the main setting for another, bigger 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 Darling House in London, the Castle in Arendelle, the De Vil Mansion in 1920s England and Mr. Hyde's Hospital in the Land of Untold Stories).

1920s England

1920s England Hotel

1920s England Hotel is a 1920s England location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where Isaac is staying while visiting Cruella's homeworld.
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De Vil Mansion

De Vil Mansion is a 1920s England location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. It is the home of Madeline and her daughter Cruella De Vil, whom she had locked up in her attic bedroom.
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Murray's Club

Murray's Club is a 1920s England location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. It is a nightclub on Beak Street, London, where Isaac Heller took Cruella De Vil and she asked him to run away with her.
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19th Century France

Montecristo

Montecristo is a 19th Century France location. It is mentioned in the second episode of the sixth season. The Count of Monte Cristo is said to be from this place.

Wilmore Estate

Wilmore Estate is a 19th Century France location. It appears in the second episode of the sixth season. Wilmore Estate[1] is the home of the Count of Monte Cristo. This is where he throws a lavish party, before killing a guest who wronged him in the past.
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Fairy Tale Land

Atlantis

Atlantis is a Fairy Tale Land location. It is mentioned in the fourteenth episode of the fifth season. Not much is known about it. A species of rat snakes originated from this place.

Glowerhaven

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.

Chinese Village

Chinese Village is a Fairy Tale Land location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the second season. It is unknown whether this village is located within the Enchanted Forest or to a different Fairy Tale Land realm. It is where Mulan and Belle hunt the Yaoguai.
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Hangman's Island

Hangman's Island is a Fairy Tale Land location. It appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season. It is not reached by the Dark Curse due to being too far away, and it is where Ariel and Prince Eric spend their lives together happily after she saves him from Black Beard.
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Nemea

Nemea is a Fairy Tale Land location. It is mentioned in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. Not much is known about it. The infamous Nemean Lion lived in this place, before being killed by Hercules.

Tulip Pod Chamber

Tulip Pod Chamber is a Fairy Tale Land location. It appears in the third episode of the third season. The Tulip Pod Chamber[2] is where Tinker Bell and the Blue Fairy live.
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Yaoguai Cave

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.
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For major Fairy Tale Land Locations, see this category.

Agrabah

Agrabahn City Marketplace

Agrabahn City Marketplace is an Agrabah location. It first appears in the second episode of the spin-off. Located in the city ruled by the Sultan, this is where the Blacksmith's workshop and Farzeen Shahmed's shop are located. The marketplace is also where a young Jafar saw the sorceress Amara incite fear and terror from people with her mere presence.[3]
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Agrabahn City Palace

Agrabahn City Palace is an Agrabah location. It first appears in the second episode of the spin-off. Located in the city ruled by the Sultan, it is the home of the Sultan and his son Mirza.[4]
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Amara's First House

Amara's First House is an Agrabah location. It appears in the tenth episode of the spin-off. It is the home of Amara and her three sons, Cyrus, Rafi and Taj. The house is later burned by a man that Cyrus cheated out of a gambling game, while Amara is inside, causing her to be severely burned.
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Amara's Second House

Amara's Second House is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. It is the home of Amara, located in the outskirts of the Sultan's city, and it is where Jafar asked her to teach him magic and later turned her into his serpent shaped staff.
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Blacksmith's Workshop

Blacksmith's Workshop is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fourth episode of the spin-off. Located in the Agrabahn City'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.
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Capital of Agrabah

Capital of Agrabah is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season. Once a great city ruled by Jasmine's father the Sultan, it was destroyed when Jasmine left to seek aid from a neighboring kingdom after Aladdin's disappearance.
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Capital of Agrabah Marketplace

Capital of Agrabah Marketplace is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season. Located in the Capital of Agrabah, this is where Aladdin witnesses Jafar terrorize a group of thieves, turning them into rats as punishment, and where he first meets Jasmine.
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Capital of Agrabah Palace

Capital of Agrabah Palace is an Agrabah location. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season. Located in the Capital of Agrabah, this is where the Sultan lives with his daughter Jasmine.
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Desert Hideout

Desert Hideout is an Agrabah location. It appears in the first episode of the sixth season. This is where the Oracle takes care of Aladdin, who is suffering from a mysterious side-effect of being a Savior.
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Eastern Provinces

Eastern Provinces is an Agrabah location. It is mentioned in the fifth episode of the sixth season. Jasmine tells Aladdin that Jafar was sighted in this region after he escaped from the capital.

Farzeen Shahmed's Shop

Farzeen Shahmed's Shop is an Agrabah location. It appears in the second episode of the spin-off. It is a shop run by Farzeen Shahmed, which sells scarves. Jafar, suspecting there's a genie there, demands Farzeen hands it over, but the latter manages to use his last wish to send Cyrus to a far away place, and is murdered by Jafar.
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Great Sand Dunes

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.

Ulima's House

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.
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For major Agrabah Locations, see this category.

Arendelle

Arendelle Castle

Arendelle Castle is an Arendelle location. It first appears in the first episode of the fourth season. It is the home of Elsa and Anna. Ingrid freezes the castle and all of Arendelle when Anna traps Elsa in the Magic Urn, only to be unfrozen thirty years later when she uses an enormous amount of magic to cast the spell of shattered sight in Storybrooke.[5]
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Arendelle Docks

Arendelle Docks is an Arendelle location. They appear in the first episode of the fourth season. It is where ships come and go between Arendelle and other locations such as Misthaven. Among other people, Gerda and her husband, Elsa, Anna, Hans and Belle have been to the docks.[6]
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Ice Palace

Ice Palace is an Arendelle location. It is mentioned in the third episode of the fourth season, when Elsa is telling Ingrid about her creations. Besides the palace, she also mentions making a living snowman.
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Northern Isles

Northern Isles is an Arendelle location. They are mentioned in the first episode of the fourth season. On their secret journey to Misthaven, the Queen and King of Arendelle offer Grand Pabbie a cover story of going on a diplomatic mission to the Northern Isles.
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North Valley

North Valley is an Arendelle location. It appears in the third episode of the fourth season. It is where Elsa and Kristoff fight Hans and his brothers for the Magic Urn that contains Ingrid. Years later, Anna reads a letter from her mother, Gerda, asking Anna and Elsa to find the urn and release Ingrid.[7]
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Rock Trolls Valley

Rock Trolls Valley is an Arendelle location. It first appears in the first episode of the fourth season. It is the home of the Rock Trolls who are led by Grand Pabbie. People of Arendelle come to this place seeking answers or help from Pabbie.[8]
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Royal Gravestones

Royal Gravestones is an Arendelle location. They appear in the first episode of the fourth season. Two pillars of stone have been set vertically, with engravings, in memory of the King and Queen of Arendelle.
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Southern Isles

Southern Isles is an Arendelle location. They are first mentioned in the third episode of the fourth season. It is the home of Hans and his family. At one time, Killian Jones's pirates were headed there when their ship is caught in a violent storm.[9]
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Southern Mountains

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.
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Wandering Oaken's Trading Post

Wandering Oaken's Trading Post is an Arendelle location. It appears in the sixth episode of the fourth season. It is a shop run by Oaken, where Anna frequently stops by, and the place where she meets the traveler Belle from the Enchanted Forest.
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Weselton

Weselton is an Arendelle location. It is mentioned in the seventh episode of the fourth season. It is the home of the Duke. It is often mispronounced as "Weaseltown".
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Camelot

Avalon

Avalon is a Camelot location. It is mentioned in the fourth episode of the fifth season. When Guinevere and Lancelot meet Rumplestiltskin, he gives them enchanted sand from Avalon, in exchange for the gauntlet.

Caledonian Forest

Caledonian Forest is a Camelot location. It appears in the eighth episode of the fifth season. This is where King Arthur holds Emma's loved ones prisoner, in order to force her to hand over the Dark One's Dagger.
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Morgan's Stable

Morgan's Stable is a Camelot location. It first appears in the fourth episode of the fifth season. The stable belongs to Violet's father. This is where Violet's horse, Nicodemus, lives with the family's other horses.[10]
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Oxleigh

Oxleigh is a Camelot location. It appears in the seventh episode of the fifth season. It was the home village of Nimue and was known for its middlemist flowers before it was destroyed by Vortigan.
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For major Camelot Locations, see this category.

DunBroch

DunBroch Castle

DunBroch Castle is a DunBroch location. It appears in the ninth episode of the fifth season. It is the home of Merida and her family, and it is where the United Clans of Dunbroch gather for important events such as Merida's coronation.
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Fergus' Grave

Fergus' Grave is a DunBroch location. It appears in the ninth episode of the fifth season. It is King Fergus' final resting place, and where his daughter, Merida, goes to communicate with him one last time by using magical ale, after his death.
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Ivory Sea

Ivory Sea is a DunBroch location. It first 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.[11]
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Southern Moor

Southern Moor is a DunBroch location. It appears in the sixth episode of the fifth season. It is where the Clans of DunBroch, led by Lord Macintosh, take Merida's brothers and set their execution, but the clansmen recognize Merida as their Queen after she saves her brothers with a single arrow.
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For major DunBroch Locations, see this category.

Enchanted Forest

Anastasia and Will's Cottage

Anastasia and Will's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the third episode of the spin-off. This was the home of Anastasia and Will until they left for Wonderland.[12]
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Avonlea

Avonlea is an Enchanted Forest location. It is mentioned in the twelfth episode of the first season. It is part of or close to Sir Maurice's kingdom, and fell during the Ogre Wars.
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Bo Peep's Farm

Bo Peep's Farm is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the second episode of the fourth season. This is where the shepherd David fights the warlord Bo Peep, who is keeping his friend, Anna, prisoner.
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Bottomless Sea

Bottomless Sea is an Enchanted Forest location. It is first mentioned in the eighth episode of the second season, and first appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. Emma Swan's prison island is located here in Isaac's story. Squid Ink is harvested from a squid from the bottom of the sea, and according to Hook, the bottomless sea is "treacherous waters."[13]
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Brennan's Cottage

Brennan's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the fifth season. After he awakens from a Sleeping Curse, Brennan Jones lives there with his young son, Liam.
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Dark Forest

Dark Forest is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the third season. This is where the entrance to Glinda's pocket dimension is located.
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Dark Mountains

Dark Mountains is an Enchanted Forest location. It is mentioned in the fourth episode of the fourth season, and appears in the eight episode of the same season.[14] The Apprentice's cottage lies at the foot of the Dark Mountains, in the Infinite Forest.[15]
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Donna and Stephen's Cottage

Donna and Stephen's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the fifth episode of the first season. This is where Donna and Stephen live with their young son, Geppetto.
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Duke of the Frontlands' Castle

Duke of the Frontlands' Castle is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the eight episode of the first season. This is the home of the Duke who rules the lands where Rumplestiltskin's farm is located. Rumplestiltskin and his son breaks into the the Duke's castle to steal the Dark One's Dagger. The castle is presumably located within the area known as the Frontlands.
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Dwarf Mines

Dwarf Mines is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season. This is where the Dwarves mine the precious fairy dust, and where the fairies come to collect it.
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Emma's Prison Tower

Emma's Prison Tower is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. It is a prison located on an island in the Bottomless Sea. This is where Emma Swan is held prisoner in Isaac's story, while being guarded by a Black Knight, Lily.[16]
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Enchanted Forest Chapel

Enchanted Forest Chapel is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the twenty-second episode of the fourth season. This is where Zelena marries Robin Hood in Isaac's story.
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Fendrake's Tent

Fendrake's Tent is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the fifth season. This is the home of Fendrake the Healer, and where he runs his business.
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Forbidden Mountain

Forbidden Mountain is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the second episode of the first season. It is a steep mountain located by the sea,[17] with Maleficent's castle sitting on the top.[18]
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Geppetto's Home

Geppetto's Home is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the first season. This is where Geppetto lives with his young son, Pinocchio.
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Hercules' Camp

Hercules' Camp is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. It is located not far from the Dark Palace. Hercules used to live there before he faced Cerberus for the first time.
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Jack and Jill's Cottage

Jack and Jill's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the ninth episode of the sixth season. This is the home of Jack and Jill, and is where Belle travels to return their infant son, who was stolen by Rumplestiltskin.
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Jefferson's Cottage

Jefferson's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the seventeenth episode of the first season. This is where Jefferson lives with his daughter Grace.[19]
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Jefferson's Mansion (Enchanted Forest)

Jefferson's Mansion (Enchanted Forest) is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the graphic novel, Out of the Past. This is where Jefferson lives with his wife Priscilla and his baby daughter Grace.
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Maleficent's Cave

Maleficent's Cave is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where Maleficent made herself a dragon's nest and laid an egg. She scorched all the earth around the cave, to mark her territory, and filled it with silver treasures, which she hordes.
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Medusa's Cave

Medusa's Cave is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the tenth episode of the third season. This is the home of the monster known as Medusa.
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Miller's Cottage

Miller's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the second season. This is where the Miller lives with his daughter, Cora, and where they make a living running a flour mill. The cottage is located close to King Xavier's castle.[20]
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North Woods (Enchanted Forest)

North Woods (Enchanted Forest) is an Enchanted Forest location. It is mentioned in the thirteenth episode of the fourth season. According to Cruella De Vil, the Evil Queen once ripped out the heart of every villager in this area. Ursula chimes in, "Or was it the South?"

Nottingham

Nottingham is an Enchanted Forest location. It is first mentioned in the nineteenth episode of the second season, and first appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. It is the town which the Sheriff originates from, and has since been made a laughingstock by Robin Hood. When Cora gathers intel on her daughter's soulmate, she visits a tavern[21] that Robin Hood used to own.[22][23]
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Poseidon's Ocean

Poseidon's Ocean is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where Poseidon, the King of the Sea, lives with his young daughter, Ursula.
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Rumplestiltskin's Cottage

Rumplestiltskin's Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the twenty-second episode of the fourth season. This is where the Light One, Rumplestiltskin, lives with his wife, Belle, and their infant son, in Isaac's story.
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Ruth's Cabin

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.
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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.
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Snow White's Farm

Snow White's Farm is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the tenth episode of the first season. After meeting Prince Charming, Snow White moves into a farm to "leave everything and everyone behind". After they defeat a pack of Werewolves, Red Riding Hood brings Snow White home to the farm. Prince Charming later tracks Snow White to the farm and meets Red Riding Hood, who says that Snow didn't come back after she went to see him.[24]
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Snow White's Hideout

Snow White's Hideout is an Enchanted Forest location. It first appears in the third episode of the first season. This is where Snow White lives while hiding from the Evil Queen, and where Regina lives in Isaac's story. The hideout is located inside the trunk of a fallen tree.[25]
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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.
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Spinsters' Cottage

Spinsters' Cottage is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the eight episode of the third season. This is where a young Rumplestiltskin lives with two kind, old spinsters, after his father abandons him.[26]
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Temple of Prometheus

Temple of Prometheus is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the seventh episode of the fifth season. The Temple of Prometheus[27] is a structure which marked the end of Prometheus' theft where his flame burned on, until Nimue took it for herself. This was where she became the first Dark One, and by doing so, killed the woman Merlin loved, the person she used to be.[28]
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Troll Road

Troll Road is an Enchanted Forest location. It is first mentioned in the third episode of the first season. When Abigail and Prince Charming travel to Midas' Castle, Abigail suggests they use the Troll Road, but they end up taking a longer route instead.[29]

Winter Garden

Winter Garden is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the third season. It is where Glinda, banished from Oz by the Wicked Witch of the West, is sent. Full of ice and snow, the Winter Garden[30] is located south of Rumplestiltskin's castle, and only the pure of heart may enter into her domain.
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Woods of the Dead

Woods of the Dead is an Enchanted Forest location. It appears in the eighth episode of the second season. This is where the last of the poppies, used to make sleeping powder, have taken seed.
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For major Enchanted Forest Locations, see this category.

Kansas

Dorothy's House

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.
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Land of Untold Stories

Marketplace

Marketplace is a Land of Untold Stories location. It appears in the twenty-third episode of the fifth season. On the way to his old house, Jekyll takes David, Hook, Mary Margaret and Zelena through the marketplace where he tells them about the strange land they're in.
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Mr. Hyde's Hospital

Mr. Hyde's Hospital is a Land of Untold Stories location. It first appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. It is a mental institution run by Mr. Hyde, who is assisted by the orderly known as Poole. Jekyll used to work there, before Hyde took control and made Jekyll a prisoner there.[31]
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Dr. Jekyll's House

Dr. Jekyll's House is a Land of Untold Stories location. It appears in the twenty-third episode of the fifth season. This is where Dr. Jekyll used to live while he was still working as a doctor at the Asylum.
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Land Without Color

Alphonse's Mansion

Alphonse's Mansion is a Land Without Color location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. It is the home of the Frankenstein family, where Gerhardt murders his father, Alphonse.
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Graveyard

Graveyard is a Land Without Color location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the second season. It is the graveyard in which Gerhardt is shot while his brother Victor looks for a corpse to reanimate.
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Summer Home

Summer Home is a Land Without Color location. It first appears in the fifth episode of the second season. It is a summer residence belonging to Alphonse that is given to his son Victor as a laboratory for his scientific experimentation.[32]
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Land Without Magic

Arco Di Trionfo Pizzeria

Arco Di Trionfo Pizzeria is a Land Without Magic location. It is a pizzeria in New York, which first appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season. Neal takes his son, Henry, for pizza, while Mr. Gold and Emma wait outside.[33]
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Bill and Katie's House

Bill and Katie's House is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where a young Emma lives with her foster family.
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Block

Block is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. Block[34] is a clothing shop in Boston, where Tasha Morris works. This is where Emma buys her trademark red leather jacket.
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Boston Angels Adoption

Boston Angels Adoption is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the ninth episode of the third season. It is an adoption agency located on Dartmouth Street in Boston. This is where Regina adopts her son, Henry.
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Boston Group Home

Boston Group Home is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the first season. This was the group home where Pinocchio and infant Emma were placed after they arrived to the Land Without Magic.
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Boston Restaurant

Boston Restaurant is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the first episode of the first season. This is where Emma goes on a faux date with Ryan before apprehending him.
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Central Park

Central Park is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the third season. Central Park is where Emma meets up with Hook after she searches Neal's apartment in New York City.
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Chantey's Lobster House

Chantey's Lobster House is a Land Without Magic location. It first appears in the twentieth episode of the first season. This was the diner located in Maine where Pinocchio brought infant Emma when they arrived in the Land Without Magic. It was also pictured in a newspaper article about the event.[35] 26 years later, Emma returned to the diner, seeking answers about her biological family.[36]
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Clarette's Family Restaurant

Clarette's Family Restaurant is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. The Clarette Family Restaurant is located in Connecticut,[37] and is where the Hostess works. Henry comes into the restaurant while searching for his missing family.
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The Coffee Mug Restaurant

The Coffee Mug Restaurant is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. Lily works here as a waitress after she fakes her own death.
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Darling House

Darling House is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the second season. It is the residential London home of Mary and George Darling, and their three children Wendy, John and Michael. Baelfire sneaks into the house, but is later invited to live there. Neverland's Shadow takes Wendy to the island, only to bring her back home and take Baelfire away.
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Dragon's Clinic

Dragon's Clinic is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. It is a clinic in Hong Kong, run by the mysterious Dragon, who treats afflictions that science cannot cure.
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Dragon's Herbal Shop

Dragon's Herbal Shop is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-third episode of the fifth season. It is a shop in Chinatown in New York City, run by the mysterious Dragon.[38]
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Feinberg Mansion

Feinberg Mansion is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. Cruella De Vil resides in a grand mansion with her husband, Mr. Feinberg here. Mr. Gold and Ursula visit her, only to witness Cruella's husband being taken away by the FBI.
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Hancock County Courthouse

Hancock County Courthouse is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. This is where Emma and Cleo Fox go to find information about Emma's biological family.
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Hank's Television Shop

Hank's Television Shop is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. It is a television shop run by Hank, where Isaac used to work back in 1966, while living in New York City.
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Happy Cottage Children's Home

Happy Cottage Children's Home is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the third season. The Happy Cottage Children's Home[39] is where Cecilia and a young Emma Swan used to live in Boston.
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Hong Kong Hospital

Hong Kong Hospital is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. This is where Dr. Chen and the Orderly work. August goes there to get his wooden leg seen to.
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Hong Kong Pub

Hong Kong Pub is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. It is located in the same neighborhood as the Dragon's clinic. August and Tamara have a beer together there.
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Hopkins Convenience Store

Hopkins Convenience Store is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. This is where a young Emma is nearly caught shoplifting Pop-Tarts, but Lily comes to her rescue.
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Hopkins Summer Houses

Hopkins Summer Houses is a Land Without Magic location. They appear in the fifth episode of the fourth season. This is a group of houses in Hopkins located by an idyllic lake, where people stay during the summer. Young Emma and Lily break into one of them, which, unknown to Emma, belongs to Lily's father, and they crash there for the night.[40]
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Hotel D'or

Hotel D'or is a Land Without Magic location. It first appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. Hotel D'or[41] is where Mr. Gold is staying while he is in New York, trying to find a way to wake up Belle from a Sleeping Curse.[42]
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Ingrid's House

Ingrid's House is a Land Without Magic location. It first appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. This is where Ingrid used to live with her young foster daughter, Emma.[43]
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Lily's Squatter House

Lily's Squatter House is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. This is the house where Lily and her boyfriend was squatting, and where Emma went to retrieve Lily's necklace.[44]
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Lily's Trailer

Lily's Trailer is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where Lily Page lives after she fakes her own death.
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Logan International Airport

Logan International Airport is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season. Emma, Henry and Mr. Gold take a flight from this airport to New York City.
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Lowell Apartment Complex

Lowell Apartment Complex is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. This is where Lily Page lives, in a run-down apartment complex, before she fakes her own death.
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Madame Faustina's Psychic Shop

Madame Faustina's Psychic Shop is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the tenth episode of the fourth season. It is where Ingrid goes looking for answers after she enters the Land Without Magic thanks to the Apprentice.
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Maine Hotel

Maine Hotel is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. This is where Emma and Cleo Fox spend the night while searching for information about Emma's past.
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Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack

Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. It is a commercial chain of fast food restaurants. Cruella and Ursula stop at a Mr. Cluck drive-through restaurant while traveling with Mr. Gold to Storybrooke. When Emma was young, she and one of her foster families had fast food from Mr. Cluck's for dinner.[45]
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New York Aquarium

New York Aquarium is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the fourth season. The New York Aquarium is where Ursula works in New York City, and where Mr. Gold meets up with her after being banished from Storybrooke.
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New York Book Signing Theater

New York Book Signing Theater is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. This is where Isaac's book signing for his best-selling novel Heroes and Villains takes place.
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New York Pub

New York Pub is a Land Without Magic location. It first appears in the fourteenth episode of the second season. Emma and Neal go there to talk when they are reunited after eleven years. Regina and Robin Hood visit the same pub more than a year later.[46]
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New York Public Library

New York Public Library is a Land Without Magic location. The New York Public Library is first mentioned in the eleventh episode of the fourth season, and first appears in the twenty-second episode of the fifth season. Henry and Violet go to the Midtown library to track down information on how to get rid of magic. Later, Henry incites the New Yorkers outside the library to make a wish and toss coins in the wishing fountain outside, which opens up a portal.[42]
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NYPD 35th Precinct Police Station

NYPD 35th Precinct Police Station is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the third season. This is where Hook is taken into custody after being arrested for criminal harassment.
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Ostria

Ostria is a Land Without Magic location. It is a restaurant in New York City, which appears in the twelfth episode of the third season. This is where Emma had her first date with Walsh, and where he proposed to her several months later.
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Our Lady Providence Medical Center

Our Lady Providence Medical Center is a Land Without Magic location. It is a hospital in New York City, which appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season. Mr. Gold is admitted to the hospital when he suffers a heart attack.[47]
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Pawtucket Mini Mart & Deli

Pawtucket Mini Mart & Deli is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. This is the convenience store in Mankato, Minnesota, which Lily Page and her boyfriend rob. Ironically, the store next to the Coffee Mug Restaurant in Lowell, Massachusetts, where Lily is working as an adult, is also called Pawtucket Mini Mart & Deli.[48]
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Pay-Rite Market

Pay-Rite Market is a Land Without Magic location. This convenience store appears in the sixth episode of the second season. Emma and Neal shoplift at at the Pay-Rite Market,[49] and are nearly caught, but manage to get away in time.
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Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona is a Land Without Magic location. It first appears in the sixth episode of the second season. Phoenix, Arizona is the city Emma is sent to serve prison time for stealing watches. Emma delivers her son and gives him up in a closed adoption here. Several years later, Emma steals money from a couple of convenience stores in Phoenix, and skips bail after she gets arrested.[50]
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Phuket, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand is a Land Without Magic location. It is first mentioned in the twentieth episode of the first season and appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. Phuket is where August traveled to after he stopped watching over Emma.[51]
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Portland Amusement Park

Portland Amusement Park is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-second episode of the third season. This is where Neal and Emma have their first date, after Neal breaks into the amusement park after closing time.
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Portland Union Station

Portland Union Station is a Land Without Magic location. Emma goes to Portland Union Station to retrieve a bag of stolen watches in the sixth episode of the second season.
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Red Lantern Lodge

Red Lantern Lodge is a Land Without Magic location. While living as petty thieves, Emma and Neal stay at the motel called the Red Lantern Lodge[52] in the sixth episode of the second season.
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Star Publishing Office

Star Publishing Office is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twenty-first episode of the fourth season. It is located in New York City,[53] and is where Isaac meets up with the Apprentice, and becomes the next Author.
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State Theatre (Minneapolis)

State Theatre (Minneapolis) is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the first episode of the fifth season. The State Theatre is where young Emma Swan sneaks in to watch The Sword in the Stone, and where she receives a warning from a mysterious usher.
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Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee, Florida is a Land Without Magic location. It is first mentioned in the fourth episode of the first season. Regina discovers the longest Emma has ever stayed anywhere was two years in Tallahassee. It is where she and Neal planned to move to.[54]
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Ursula's Apartment

Ursula's Apartment is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the twelfth episode of the fourth season. This is where Ursula lives while working at an aquarium in New York City.
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Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver, Canada is a Land Without Magic location. It appears in the sixth episode of the second season. Vancouver is the city Neal flees to after being convinced by August in Boston to abandon Emma so she can fulfill an important future purpose.
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The Wizard of Oak

The Wizard of Oak is a Land Without Magic location. It is a furniture shop in New York City, which was run by Walsh. It is first mentioned in the twelfth episode of the third season, and appears in the seventeenth episode of the fourth season.
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For major Land Without Magic Locations, see this category.

Storybrooke

Apprentice's House

Apprentice's House is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the fourth episode of the fourth season. This is the home of the Apprentice, and is owned by Yen Sid.[55]
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August's Trailer

August's Trailer is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. This is where August Booth lives after turning into wood.[56]
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Ava and Nicholas' House

Ava and Nicholas' House is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the ninth episode of the first season. It is an old, run-down house, where two orphan children, Ava Zimmer, and her twin brother Nicholas, live all alone, until Emma tracks down their father.
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Camelot Camp

Camelot Camp is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the second episode of the fifth season. This is where the citizens of Camelot live after being transported to Storybrooke via the Dark Curse.[57]
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Chop Shop

Chop Shop is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the first episode of the fourth season,[58] and is a butcher shop run by Bo Peep.[59]
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Dr. Whale's Garage

Dr. Whale's Garage is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the third episode of the sixth season. This is where Dr. Whale's laboratory is located, and where Dr. Jekyll works on a new serum.[60].
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Herman House

Herman House is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fourth episode of the first season. This is where Mitchell Herman lives with his son, Sean.
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Johanna's House

Johanna's House is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season. This is where Snow White's old nanny, Johanna, lives, by a lake. When Mary Margaret meets her after the curse is broken, she finds Johanna planting flowers in her garden.
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Merry Men's Camp

Merry Men's Camp is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the eighteenth episode of the third season. It is located in Storybrooke forest, and is where Robin Hood and the rest of the Merry Men live after they come to Storybrooke.[61]
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North Woods (Storybrooke)

North Woods (Storybrooke) is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season. This is where Ingrid's lair is located.[62]
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Peter Peter's

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.
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Sidney's Office

Sidney's Office is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the first season. This is where Sidney used to work as a journalist for the Storybrooke Daily Mirror, until Regina supposedly fired him.
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Storybrooke Forest Clearing

Storybrooke Forest Clearing is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the thirteenth episode of the first season. This is where Emma has a date with August.[63] A couple of years later, Lily reconciles with her mother in the same clearing,[64] and a few weeks later, Merida spars with Mr. Gold there.[65][66]
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Storybrooke Forest Playground

Storybrooke Forest Playground is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the first season. Mayor Regina Mills builds a fifty-thousand dollar playground for the children of Storybrooke, basing it on a drawing of Henry's story book, and thus resembling the architecture of the Dark Palace.
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Storybrooke Power Inc.

Storybrooke Power Inc. is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the second episode of the fourth season. This is Storybrooke's power station, where Mary Margaret struggles to turn the power back on during a town-wide black-out. Later, Mr. Gold takes the Novice Fairy prisoner there and uses an aging spell on her in order to send a message to his wife, Belle.[67]
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Storybrooke Pumpkin Farm

Storybrooke Pumpkin Farm is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the third episode of the sixth season. It is a pumpkin farm run by Clorinda's lost love Jacob, and is where Jacob and Clorinda are re-united after she arrives in Storybrooke.
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Storybrooke Rope Bridge

Storybrooke Rope Bridge is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season. It is a rope bridge located in the Storybrooke Wilderness Park. While teaching Emma magic, Regina makes the bridge collapse under her, in order to get Emma to use her magic powers.
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Storybrooke Seaside Playground

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.
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Storybrooke Shipyard

Storybrooke Shipyard is a Storybrooke location. It first appears in the tenth episode of the second season. When Hook first comes to Storybrooke, his ship is docked next to the Storybrooke Shipyard.[68] A year later, Henry, Hook and William Smee are forced to find cover inside the shipyard while being attacked by Flying Monkeys.[69]
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Storybrooke Stables

Storybrooke Stables is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fifth episode of the second season. This is where Henry is attacked by a resurrected Daniel, and where Regina is forced to kill her first love, as being brought back to life has left him in constant pain. A couple of years later, Violet's horse Nicodemus disappears from the stables after Emma let him out on purpose.[70]
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Storybrooke Tunnel

Storybrooke Tunnel is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the first season. This is where Emma meets up with Sidney to discuss Regina. A couple of years later, Emma ties Merida to her car inside the same tunnel.[71]
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The Three Bears Day Spa

The Three Bears Day Spa is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season. It is a spa located on the former premises of Any Given Sundae, and is where Goldilocks works. The Evil Queen treats Zelena to a spa day there.
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Tony's

Tony's is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the fourth episode of the fourth season. Hook and Emma have their first date at Tony's.[72]
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Will's Home

Will's Home is a Storybrooke location. It appears in the eleventh episode of the spin-off. This is Will's home in Storybrooke, where Alice, Cyrus and the White Rabbit go to find his heart.
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For major Storybrooke Locations, see this category.

Mount Olympus

Olympus Ocean

Olympus Ocean is a Mount Olympus location. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the five season. It is the huge ocean where Liam and Captain Silver's former crew are sailing after they moved on from the Underworld.
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Olympus Palace

Olympus Palace is a Mount Olympus location. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the five season. It is the palace where Hercules and Megara are going after they moved on from the Underworld.
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Netherworld

Hall of Mirrors

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.
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Red Room

Red Room is a Netherworld location. It is first mentioned in the fifth episode of the second season, and first appears in the seventh episode of seasonn. The soul of a victim of a Sleeping Curse appears in this room in their sleep as a side effect. The fire in this room can leave physical burns on the victim's body outside of the Netherworld, and the burns remain after the person has awoken.[73]
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Neverland

Baelfire's Cave

Baelfire's Cave is a Neverland location. It first appears in the fourth episode of the third season. This is where Baelfire lived during his stay in Neverland. It is a dwelling fashioned into the rocks, sealed with a sliding door. The walls are covered in drawings Baelfire made.[74]
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Dark Jungle

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.
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Pan's Campsite

Pan's Campsite is a Neverland location. It first appears in the first episode of the third season. It is where the Lost Boys live, and it is in constant movement within the island.[75]
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Pan's Thinking Tree

Pan's Thinking Tree is a Neverland location. It appears in the ninth episode of the third season. This is where Peter Pan goes when he wants to be alone, and where he sets a trap for Emma, Regina and Mary Margaret.
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Tinker Bell's Tree House

Tinker Bell's Tree House is a Neverland location. It appears in the third episode of the third season. It is where Tinker Bell lives in Neverland. Mary Margaret describes it as "just a place to sleep".
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Wendy's Cave

Wendy's Cave is a Neverland location. It appears in the seventh episode of the third season. It is a cave furnished like a Victorian home, where Wendy is playing the part of a sickly girl laying in bed, in order to trick Henry.
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For major Neverland Locations, see this category.

Oz

Emerald City

Emerald City is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. The city is located at the center of Oz. It appears to be a glowing metropolitan city with towering green buildings.[76]
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Heart of Oz

Heart of Oz is an Oz location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the third season. It is the meeting place of the Sisterhood of Witches and is located just outside of the Emerald City.
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Hideout Cottage

Hideout Cottage is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. This is where Dorothy and the Scarecrow are hiding from Zelena. However, it is not known if any of them actually live there.[77]
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Juniper Field

Juniper Field is an Oz location. It is mentioned in the eighteenth episode of the fifth season. According to Ruby, Toto is running in this direction after she and Mulan meet Dorothy.

Munchkins' Village

Munchkins' Village is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. It is the home to the Munchkins, and is located close to the Emerald City.[78]
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Poppy Field

Poppy Field is an Oz location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fifth season. It is a part of Zelena's domain. When Mulan needs poppies to make sleeping powder, Dorothy and Ruby decide to go to the field to get some of them. Eventually, they arrive at the place but they are attacked by Flying Monkeys, so they run away.
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Quadling Country

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".

Royal Palace of Oz

Royal Palace of Oz is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. It's located inside the Emerald City and was formerly home to the Wizard of Oz. The floor of the main platform contains some form of magic which allows one to see past and present events in any location they desire.[79]
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West

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.
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Woodcutter's Cottage

Woodcutter's Cottage is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. This is where the Woodcutter lives with his wife and their adoptive daughter, Zelena.[80]
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Yellow Brick Road

Yellow Brick Road is an Oz location. It first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. It's a series of roads made out of yellow bricks followed by many to reach Emerald City.[81]
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Underworld

Ambrosia Temple

Ambrosia Temple is an Underworld location. It appears in the twentieth episode of the fifth season. This is where the Ambrosia tree used to grow, until Hades cut it down.
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Auntie's Chicken & Waffles

Auntie's Chicken & Waffles is an Underworld location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fifth season. This location was run by Auntie Em, before her soul is sent to the "Worse Place". It is a direct competitor to the Blind Witch's diner.
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Haunting Booths

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.[82]
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Lethe

Lethe is an Underworld location. It first appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. Lethe is a yellow river[83] also known as the River of Forgetfulness. Its water has the power to make people forget their memories and can be used in place of a forgetting potion. The river flows through a part of the woods and a spring from the river ran near Royal Manor in the Enchanted Forest. Cora used water from the Lethe to make Regina and Zelena forget that they met as children, and she attempted to use the water again on Zelena to make her forget her love for Hades.[84]
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Mordred's Bar

Mordred's Bar is an Underworld location. It appears in a canon bonus feature of the fifth season. It is an unnamed bar run by Mordred, and is where Cruella "celebrates" the fiftieth anniversary of King Arthur's rule.
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Underbrooke

Underbrooke is an Underworld location. It first appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. Underbrooke[85] 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.[86]
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Underbrooke Convent

Underbrooke Convent is an Underworld location. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Convent of the Sisters of Saint Meissa.
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Underbrooke Dark Star Pharmacy

Underbrooke Dark Star Pharmacy is an Underworld location. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Dark Star Pharmacy. The Haunting Booth used by the Underworld residents was located outside it.
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Underbrooke Mills Mausoleum

Underbrooke Mills Mausoleum is an Underworld location. It first appears in the seventeenth episode of the fifth season. After the arrival of the "monster", Emma, Snow and Hook hide inside the vault.[87]
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Underbrooke Lakeside Mansion

Underbrooke Lakeside Mansion is an Underworld location. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Lakeside Mansion, and is where the Underbrooke Quill and Underbrooke Once Upon a Time Book reside.
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Underbrooke Mines

Underbrooke Mines is an Underworld location. They appear in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Storybrooke Mines.
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Underbrooke North Woods

Underbrooke North Woods is an Underworld location. They are mentioned in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the North Woods. Regina searches for Hook in the North Woods, but there is no sign of him.

Underbrooke Pet Shelter

Underbrooke Pet Shelter is an Underworld location. It appears in the seventeenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Storybrooke Pet Shelter. Gaston was working there.
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Underbrooke's The Rabbit Hole

Underbrooke's The Rabbit Hole is an Underworld location. It first appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on The Rabbit Hole,[88] and is run by Liam.[89]
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Underbrooke Sheriff's Department

Underbrooke Sheriff's Department is an Underworld location. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Storybrooke Sheriff's Department, and is run by Prince James. The jail cells resemble the Dark Dungeon in the Enchanted Forest.[90]
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Underbrooke Swan House

Underbrooke Swan House is an Underworld location. It first appears in the fourteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on the Swan House.[91]
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Underbrooke Town Hall

Underbrooke Town Hall is an Underworld location. It first appears in the twelfth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on Storybrooke Town Hall. This is where Cora used to work, when she was the mayor of Underbrooke. Cruella took over the office after she was appointed the new mayor.[92]
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Underbrooke Toll Bridge

Underbrooke Toll Bridge is an Underworld location. It is mentioned in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. This location is based on Storybrooke's Toll Bridge (on the real bridge, an "r" was been painted on the sign, so it appears to read "Troll Bridge").

Underground Mill

Underground Mill is an Underworld location. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fifth season. This is where Cora is forced to work after Hades transforms her back into a miller's daughter.
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Underground Prison

Underground Prison is an Underworld location. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season. This is where Hook and Megara are imprisoned. It is guarded by the three-headed dog known as Cerberus.
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For major Underworld Locations, see this category.

Victorian England

Dr. Jekyll's Laboratory

Dr. Jekyll's Laboratory is a Victorian England location. It appears in the fourth episode of the sixth season. This is the laboratory of Dr. Jekyll, and where he creates a special serum designed to separate the good and evil in someone.
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Lydgate House

Lydgate House is a Victorian England location. It appears in the fourth episode of the sixth season. This is the home of Dr. Lydgate and his daughter Mary.
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For major Victorian England Locations, see this category.

Wonderland

Black Forest

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.
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Great Divide

Great Divide is a Wonderland location. It appears in the fifth episode of the season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. This is where Alice collects the Magic Dust.
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Greener Pastures

Greener Pastures is a Wonderland location. It first appears in the second episode of the season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. This is where Alice and her genie, Cyrus, hide the bottle in a specific place in the field made of peas, a tower of lions, a windmill and a dandy-lion tree. Unbeknownst to them, the White Rabbit saw them burying the bottle, and later dug it up for the Red Queen.[93]
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Grendel's House

Grendel's House is a Wonderland location. It appears in the third episode of the spin-off. It is the home of Grendel and his wife.
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Jabberwocky Tower

Jabberwocky Tower is a Wonderland location. It appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. This is the tower in which the Jabberwocky has been kept for many years to keep Wonderland safe.
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Lizard's Home

Lizard's Home is a Wonderland location. It first appears in the ninth episode of the spin-off. It is the home of Lizard, where she passes away after making her third wish. It is located in an unnamed village.[94]
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Mad Hatter's House

Mad Hatter's House is a Wonderland location. It appears in the first episode of the spin-off. The cottage is located at the far end of the Tulgey Woods. Alice finds Cyrus' talisman on the ground, which proves he is alive, even if he is nowhere to be seen.
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Mallow Marsh

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.
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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.
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Mimsy Meadows

Mimsy Meadows is a Wonderland location. It appears in the second episode of the spin-off. It is where Alice meets and falls in love with a genie named Cyrus. Though he offers her three wishes, she would rather be with him. Together, they decide to bury the genie bottle in the Greener Pastures.
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Outlands

Outlands is a Wonderland location. It first appears in the eighth episode of the spin-off. As part of a deal with Cyrus, the Caterpillar creates an invisible hideout for the genie and Alice in the Outlands.[95]
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Tulgey Woods

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.
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Tum Tum Tree

Tum Tum Tree is a Wonderland location. It appears in the second episode of the spin-off. It is where Jafar sends his scarabs to dig beneath to find Cyrus' bottle. However, he does not find the bottle, as Alice lied about its whereabouts.
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Whispering Woods

Whispering Woods is a Wonderland location. It appears in the third episode of the spin-off. It is where Grendel keeps the forget me knot. Alice and the Knave are taken hostages by him, but after they save him from Bandersnatch attack, Grendel allows them to leave.
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For major Wonderland Locations, see this category.

Unknown Locations

Asgard

Asgard is a location. It is mentioned in the fifth episode of the fourth season. Not much is known about it. According to David Nolan, one can fall through a portal to Asgard. It is not known if he was referring to a real location.

Temple of Morpheus

Temple of Morpheus is a location. It appears in the first episode of the sixth season. It is where the Sands of Morpheus can be found. It is unknown what world this location is in.
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References

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  3. The Agrabah Marketplace appears in "Trust Me" and "The Serpent"
  4. The Agrabah Palace (Trust Me) appears in "Trust Me", "The Serpent" and "Bad Blood"
  5. The Arendelle Castle appears in "A Tale of Two Sisters", "Rocky Road", "The Apprentice, "Family Business", "Smash the Mirror", "Fall" and "Heroes and Villains"
  6. The Arendelle Docks appear in "A Tale of Two Sisters", and are mentioned in Fall"
  7. The North Valley appears in "Rocky Road", and is mentioned in "Shattered Sight"
  8. The Rock Trolls Valley appears in "A Tale of Two Sisters", "Family Business" and "The Snow Queen"
  9. The Southern Isles are mentioned in "Rocky Road", "Heroes and Villains" and Out of the Past: "Dead in the Water"
  10. Morgan's Stable appears in "The Broken Kingdom", "Dreamcatcher"
  11. The Ivory Sea appears in "The Broken Kingdom" and "The Bear and the Bow"
  12. Anastasia and Will's Cottage appears in "Forget Me Not" and "Heart of Stone"
  13. The Bottomless Sea is mentioned in "Into the Deep", and appears in "Operation Mongoose Part 1" and Operation Mongoose Part 2"
  14. In "Smash the Mirror", the camera pans over a forest with the same trees as the Infinite Forest, where the Apprentice's cottage is located, according to Isaac in "Best Laid Plans". The episode then cuts to the cottage.
  15. "Best Laid Plans", "The Apprentice"
    The Dark Mountains also appear in every episode where the Apprentice's Cottage appears
  16. Emma's Prison Tower appears in "Operation Mongoose Part 1" and Operation Mongoose Part 2"
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  18. "Forget Me Not"
    The Forbidden Mountain appears in every episode where the Forbidden Fortress appears
  19. Jefferson's Cottage appears in "Hat Trick" and Out of the Past: "Tea Party in March"
  20. The Mill appears in "The Miller's Daughter", and is mentioned in "Sisters"
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  23. Nottingham is mentioned in "Lacey", and appears in "Heart of Gold" and "Mother"
  24. Snow White's Farm appears in "7:15 A.M.", "What Happened to Frederick" and "Shadow of the Queen", and is mentioned in "Snow Drifts"
  25. Snow White's Hideout appears in "Snow Falls", Snow Drifts", "Operation Mongoose Part 1" and "Operation Mongoose Part 2"
  26. The Spinsters' Cottage appears un "Think Lovely Thoughts", and is mentioned in "It's Not Easy Being Green"
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  28. In "Quiet Minds", Lumiere states that the Vault of the Dark One was where the first Dark One was made, born out of the Darkness. However, "Nimue" shows that the first Dark One was actually made at Prometheus' hearth, suggesting that the vault was built close to the hearth, and would therefore be located in the Enchanted Forest.
  29. The Troll Road is mentioned in "Snow Falls", "The Shepherd" and "Snow Drifts"
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  31. Mr. Hyde's Hospital appears in every episode where the Land of Untold Stories appear
  32. The Summer Home appears in "The Doctor" and "In the Name of the Brother"
  33. The Arco Di Trionfo Pizzeria appears in "The Queen Is Dead", and can be glimpsed in "Only You" (522IWannaSee.png)
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  36. Chantey's Lobster House appears in "The Stranger" and "Firebird", and is pictured in a newspaper article in "Family Business"
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  38. The Dragon's Herbal Shop is also mentioned in "I'll Be Your Mirror"
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  40. The Hopkins Summer Houses appear in "Breaking Glass", and are mentioned in "Lily"
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  42. 42.0 42.1 This location appears in "Only You" and "An Untold Story"
  43. Ingrid's House appears in "Breaking Glass", "Family Business" and "Shattered Sight"
  44. Lily's Squatter House appears in "Lily", and is mentioned in "Operation Mongoose Part 2"
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  46. Jane Espenson on the Season Four Blu-ray Audio Commentary for "Mother"
    The New York Pub appears in "Manhattan" and "Mother"
  47. Our Lady Providence Medical Center is also mentioned in "I'll Be Your Mirror"
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  50. Phoenix appears in "Tallahassee", "The Heart of the Truest Believer" and "Going Home", and is mentioned in "Witch Hunt" and "Firebird"
  51. Phuket appears in "Selfless, Brave and True", and is mentioned in "The Stranger", "Tallahassee", ""Unforgiven" and "Operation Mongoose Part 2"
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  54. Tallahassee is mentioned in "The Price of Gold", "Tallahassee", "Second Star to the Right" and "Quiet Minds"
  55. File:412ApprenticeHouse.png
    The house appears in "The Apprentice" and "Operation Mongoose Part 1", and appears in a photograph in "Darkness on the Edge of Town"
  56. August's trailer appears in "Selfless, Brave and True", and is mentioned in "Poor Unfortunate Soul"
  57. The Camelot Camp appears in "The Price", "Siege Perilous" and "Birth"
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  59. "White Out". Chop Shop also appears in the background in many episodes in Season Four and Five.
  60. Dr. Whale's Garage appears in "The Other Shoe" and "Strange Case"
  61. The Merry Men's Camp appears in "Bleeding Through", "Rocky Road", "Family Business" and "Fall"
  62. "Family Business". The North Wood also appears in every episode where the Snow Lair appears.
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    Note that the Storybrooke Wishing Well appears in this clearing in "What Happened To Frederick"; in later episodes, the well appears in a different location
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  66. The Storybrooke Forest Clearing appears in "What Happened to Frederick", "Mother" and "Dreamcatcher"
  67. Storybrooke Power Inc. appears in "White Out" and "Changelings"
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  69. "The Outsider", "A Curious Thing". The shipyard also appears in the background in several episodes of Season Two, as well as the Season Four episode "Poor Unfortunate Soul"
  70. The Storybrooke Stables appear in "The Doctor", and are mentioned in "Dreamcatcher"
  71. The Storybrooke Tunnel appears in "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree" and "The Broken Kingdom"
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  73. The Red Room is mentioned in "Tallahassee", and appears in "Child of the Moon" and "Into the Deep"
  74. Baelfire's cave appears in "Nasty Habits" and "Dark Hollow"
  75. "Lost Girl"
    Pan's Campsite also appears in "The Heart of the Truest Believer", "Quite a Common Fairy", "Nasty Habits", "Good Form", "Ariel", "Dark Hollow", "Think Lovely Thoughts" and "Save Henry"
  76. The Emerald City appear in "It's Not Easy Being Green", "Kansas", "Heart of Gold", "Our Decay" and "Ruby Slippers"
  77. The Hideout Cottage appears in "Our Decay" and "Ruby Slippers"
  78. The Munchkins Village appears in "Our Decay" and "Ruby Slippers"
  79. "It's Not Easy Being Green", "Kansas".
    The Royal Palace of Oz also appears in "Heart of Gold", "Our Decay" and "Ruby Slippers"
  80. The Woodcutter's Cottage appears in "It's Not Easy Being Green" and "Sisters"
  81. "Kansas".
    The Yellow Brick Road also appears in every episode where Oz appears
  82. The Haunting Boots appears in "Our Decay" and "Ruby Slippers"
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  84. "Sisters"
    Lethe also appears in every episode where Hades' Lair appears.
  85. "Devil's Due"
  86. "Our Decay"
    Underbrooke also appears in every episode where the Underworld appears
  87. The Underbrooke Mills Mausoleum appears in "Her Handsome Hero" and "Sisters"
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  89. Underbrooke's The Rabbit Hole appears in "Labor of Love", "Devil's Due", "The Brothers Jones" and "Sisters"
  90. "The Brothers Jones", "Sisters"
  91. The Underbrooke Swan House appears in "Devil's Due" and "The Brothers Jones"
  92. The Underbrooke Town Hall appears in "Souls of the Departed" and "Labor of Love"
  93. The Greener Pastures appear in "Trust Me" and "Forget Me Not"
  94. Lizard's Home appears in "Nothing to Fear" and "Dirty Little Secrets"
  95. The Outlands appear in every episode where the Invisible Home appears

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  • Royal Palace of Oz Page

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    • Yeah, it was decided a while ago. The idea that we should populate the wiki with pages is an extreme position. I choose quality over quant...
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    • <div class="quote">Eskaver wrote:<br />I think it is an EF location similar to the Giants' realm above the beansta...
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