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This page lists locations featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

ArendelleEdit

Main article: Arendelle

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

Arendelle CastleEdit

Arendelle Castle first appears in the first episode of the fourth season.

Arendelle DocksEdit

The Arendelle Docks first appears in the first episode of the fourth season.

North ValleyEdit

The North Valley first appears in the third episode of the fourth season.

Royal GravestonesEdit

The Royal Gravestones first appears in the first episode of the fourth season.

Southern IslesEdit

The Southern Isles is a kingdom first mentioned in the third episode of the fourth season. It is the home of Hans and his family.

Southern MountainsEdit

The Southern Mountains first appears in the third episode of the fourth season.

Valley of the Living RockEdit

The Valley of the Living Rock first appears in the first episode of the fourth season. It is the place inhabited by the rock trolls.

Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna Edit

Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna is run by Oaken and first appears in the sixth episode of the fourth season.

WeseltonEdit

Weselton is a kingdom first mentioned in the seventh episode of the fourth season

Enchanted ForestEdit

Main article: Enchanted Forest

The Enchanted Forest first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A land existing with the presence of magic with multiple practitioners being sources such as fairy magic, witchcraft, true love as well as the inclusion of inhabitants who are prevalent to fairytales; such as Snow White, the Evil Queen, Pinocchio and so on.

Land Without ColorEdit

Main article: Land Without Color

The Land Without Color first appears in the fifth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A land existing with the presence of science, and is colorless by nature. ("The Doctor")

Summer HomeEdit

The Summer Home first appears in the fifth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. Alphonse's summer palace that is given to Victor Frankenstein as a place for his scientific experimentation in bringing back the dead. ("The Doctor")

Land Without MagicEdit

Main article: Land Without Magic

The Land Without Magic first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A land void of magic, but is susceptible to those who possess it may pass through into this world.

NetherworldEdit

Main article: Netherworld

The Netherworld first appears in the seventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A land that is entirely accessible only when a person is unconscious and under the influence of the Sleeping Curse. ("Child of the Moon")

Hall of MirrorsEdit

The Hall of Mirrors first appears in the eighth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. 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. ("Into the Deep")

Red RoomEdit

The Red Room first appears in the seventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. After a person is woken up from the Sleeping Curse, a side effect of the curse being broken is the victim's soul will continuously return to the Netherworld's red room when asleep. The red room is windowless with no exits and is curtained in flames. If the person experiences the side effect long enough, he or she will have burn marks that manifest as a physical injury due to being in the red room. ("Child of the Moon")

NeverlandEdit

Main article: Neverland

Neverland first appears in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A land where no one can grow older in age, and is home to the forever youthful Peter Pan as well as his large group of Lost Boys. ("Second Star to the Right", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Dark HollowEdit

Dark Hollow first appears in the seventh episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. This location is home to the various shadows captured by Pan's own shadow where they live eternally in darkness. Any light that happens to find its way into Dark Hollow is snuffed out by the inhabiting shadows. To have a means of leaving Neverland, Neal forms a plan of attack to capture the Shadow with two coconut halves containing a candle on the inside. By lighting the candle, the Shadow will be drawn to the flame and eventually be sucked in and then can be sealed inside if the lid is placed on. Once at Dark Hollow, Hook notices all their lanterns are out, leaving them without a way to ignite the candle, but Neal brought a lighter as back-up. He is unsuccessful in starting a light, so Hook tries his hand at it. The two end up fighting over the lighter, which ends up sailing a few feet away onto the ground. While they go retrieve it, Emma alerts them to the presence of three identical shadows. One after the other, Hook and Neal are both pinned against trees by one shadow each. Emma is unable to help as she has to defend herself against the remaining third shadow. Hook and Neal are subject to having their shadows painstaking ripped out while Emma, too far to reach the lighter, focuses her magic into conjuring a flame on the candle. Success follows her endeavor, at which, the Shadow nears the light and is absorbed into the candle. Emma quickly caps the lower half with the top coconut half to entrap the Shadow inside. ("Dark Hollow")

Dead Man's PeakEdit

Dead Man's Peak first appears in the fifth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. Long ago, on orders of their king, Captain Liam and his brother, Lieutenant Killian Jones ventured up to the peak to collect a plant with miraculous healing powers. Instead, they are previously warned by a boy, Pan, that the plant, Dreamshade, is deadly. Liam does not heed the advice and purposely cuts himself with a branch of Dreamshade, to which he is quickly poisoned and passes out. To save him, Pan allows Killian access to the island's remedial spring water. He cautions them to not leave the island unless willing to pay for the price of magic. Killiam assumes the boy wants a reward and hastily promises to give whatever he wants. After collecting the water, he rushes back to give it to Liam. With his brother healed, Killian turns to look around for Pan, but he is gone. The two leave the island with plans to expose the truth about their king. ("Good Form")

Echo CavesEdit

The Echo Caves first appear in the sixth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. Kidnapped to Neverland, Henry finds himself running away from the Lost Boys after his own captors, Greg and Tamara, have been killed by them. By chance, he aligns himself with an ex-Lost Boy who is also looking for a way to escape with pixie dust, yet it apparently does not work. They head to the Echo Caves, a place where it's impossible to track someone's movements, but their path becomes blocked by the Lost Boys. Driven to a cliff, Henry uncaps the pixie dust vial and unleashes it while he and the other boy jump and begin soaring into the air just as their pursuers rush in from behind. Later, Henry learns of the boy's deception as he is actually Peter Pan himself. ("The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Neal, desperate to save Henry, temporarily joins forces with his father, Mr. Gold, but a dispute drives them apart. Neal leaves with Henry only to be captured and drugged by Pan and the Lost Boys. Placed in a crate, he is moved into one of the Echo Caves as a test for David, Emma, Hook and Mary Margaret, who can only bridge a gap and reach him if they each reveal a deep secret about themselves. Hook goes first, admitting he and Emma shared a kiss, and then reconciling how his beloved Milah's death devastated him into thinking there was no moving on from her. Lastly, he acknowledges his real feelings for Emma. With every secret revealed, a section of a bridge leading to Neal opens up. Next, David begins to speak, though Mary Margaret presses to spill something that's been on her mind for a long time. She expresses disappointments over how they missed out on all of Emma's years growing up and desires to have another child. Yet, David inevitably crushes that dream by disclosing the truth about his wound and the price for being healed is he can never leave Neverland, therefore, Mary Margaret can't ever have another child with him. The last part of the bridge forms, allowing Emma to cross over to Neal, but to break him out of the cage, she must adhere to the cave's rules and expose one truth about herself. For Emma, it's a moment of vulnerability, with a declaration that she loves him and his return into her life proves those feelings never died. The hard part comes when Emma painfully confirms that after she heard he might be alive, her hopes rested on it being a trick because then it'd be easier to move on from their past. The cage breaks apart and she and Neal warmly embrace each other. ("Ariel")

Skull RockEdit

Skull Rock first appears in the seventh episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. A small island in a distinct shape of a skull head near the coast of Neverland's main isle. Henry's trust in Pan wanes after he finds proof his family is in Neverland and actively coming to rescue him. This poses a problem for Pan, who is getting ready to introduce Henry to the next part of his intricate plan. To sway him, Pan forces one of his prisoners, Wendy, to trick Henry into thinking she is dying as magic in Neverland depletes. Concerned about Wendy's safety, Henry decides to embrace his role as savior of magic if it means saving her life. From there, Pan takes advantage of the situation to show him a place where magic will be restored, which Henry immediately recognizes as Skull Rock. ("Dark Hollow")

OzEdit

Main article: Oz

Oz first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. ("It's Not Easy Being Green")

Emerald CityEdit

The Emerald City first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. The city appears to be a glowing metropolitan city with towering green buildings. Zelena's adoptive parents found her on their way to the Emerald City. Some years later, Zelena returns to the City to ask the Wizard of Oz to find her real family. ("It's Not Easy Being Green")

Heart of OzEdit

The Heart of Oz first appears in the twentieth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. It is the place where the Sisterhood of Witches of Oz is reunited. ("Kansas")

Victorian EnglandEdit

Main article: Victorian England

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Victorian England first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Alice's HouseEdit

Alice's House first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. The home of Alice and her father.

Bethlem AsylumEdit

Bethlem Asylum first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. The asylum is inspired by the real-life Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, England.

LondonEdit

London first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

WonderlandEdit

Main article: Wonderland

Wonderland first appears in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time and first appears in the first episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A land formerly overseen by the Queen of Hearts with strict rules concerning outsiders who venture into Wonderland. Currently, the Red Queen presides as ruler. ("Hat Trick", "Down the Rabbit Hole")