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Lucy: It's like your Storybrooke.
Henry: No, it's not. It's a real neighborhood in Seattle. A real city with real people.
Lucy: And living with them your family. And the other cursed fairytale characters.
Lucy and Henry about Hyperion Heights src

Seattle, Washington is a Land Without Magic location featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. It first appears in the twenty-second episode of the sixth season .


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During Fifth Curse

After a curse is cast over the New Enchanted Forest, a neighborhood known as Hyperion Heights appears in Seattle, home to the cursed fairy tale characters who called the New Enchanted Forest their home. Victoria Belfrey, the cursed counterpart of Lady Tremaine, uses her position as CEO of Belfrey Developments to push the fairy tale characters out of Hyperion Heights and bring the inhabitants of the Land Without Magic in. Henry Mills becomes a failed author and a driver for Swyft and lives elsewhere in Seattle with false memories that his wife and daughter were killed in a fire. ("Hyperion Heights")

Sometime after the curse is cast, a young girl named Lucy arrives in Seattle on an elevated train, during which she reads a more modern edition of the Once Upon a Time book just as the train comes to a stop. Getting off, she heads to an apartment, readies herself, and knocks on the door, and asks the man who answers if he is Henry Mills. When he confirms this, she introduces herself as his daughter, though he believes he doesn't have a daughter, however, she insists he does and that his family needs him. ("The Final Battle Part 2")


Currently in Seattle

Unseen Inhabitants

The following is a list of Seattle inhabitants who have not appeared on screen.

  • Amanda Stone[1]
  • Amy MacDonald[1]
  • Ariane Gardner[1]
  • Kelly Allen[1]
  • James Green[1]

Notable Businesses


On-Screen Notes

Production Notes

Filming Locations



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    The architecture seen on Laura Heavens' photograph matches the Emmanuel Pentecostal Church building (picture), which is indeed located behind Columbia station (source)
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Start a Discussion Discussions about Seattle

  • World and Location Icons

    7 messages
    • Agree with the first suggestion.
    • I'd be okay with the first suggestion, but don't think it's something that HAS to be done.
  • Seattle Vs. Hyperion Heights

    9 messages
    • Though I get Gusey's point, I agree with Lady. Also, with a disambig box in HH episode page, users can find Seattle article easily
    • I think just leaving Seattle is fine. It is tricky, because they aren't always super clear as to what is Hyperion Heights and what i...