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

Blanchard ApartmentEdit

Main article: Blanchard Apartment

The Blanchard Apartment first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The apartment of Mary Margaret; also occupied by David, Emma, Henry and Neal. ("The Thing You Love Most", "Snow Drifts")

Dark Star PharmacyEdit

The Dark Star Pharmacy first appears in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. This convenience store is owned by Mr. Clark and is often the place residents go to pick up everyday supplies. During one work shift, he catches siblings Ava and Nicholas shop-lifting, but they try to pin the blame on Henry. During an upcoming storm in town, Kathryn buys a pregnancy test, which Mary Margaret accidentally sees after knocking the latter's shopping cart contents onto the floor. On Valentine's Day, David buys cards for both his wife, Kathryn, and the woman he loves, Mary Margaret. That day, Mr. Gold stops in to pick up rope and tape, which he later uses to kidnap Moe. ("True North", "7:15 A.M.", "Skin Deep")

Game of ThornsEdit

Main article: Game of Thorns

Game of Thorns first appears in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A flower shop and delivery truck service owned by Moe French. ("Skin Deep", "The Crocodile")

Granny's Bed and BreakfastEdit

Main article: Granny's Bed and Breakfast

Granny's Bed and Breakfast first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The town's only inn run by Granny. ("Pilot")

Granny's DinerEdit

Main article: Granny's Diner

Granny's Diner first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Another business owned and run by Grannny with her granddaughter, Ruby, who works at the diner as a waitress. ("The Thing You Love Most")

Gold HouseEdit

The Gold House first appears in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. This house is Mr. Gold's residence, which is burglarized by Moe in retaliation due to the latter taking away his delivery truck. Moe steals various valuables from the home, which Emma later retrieves, except for a cup. Angered by the theft, Mr. Gold attempts to take out revenge by kidnapping Moe and demanding the cup. ("Skin Deep")

Henry's CastleEdit

Henry's Castle first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Located near the beach, this playground is where Henry usually goes when he wants to be alone. After hauling his birth mother, Emma, into Storybrooke, due to believing the town is under a curse and only she can break it, he heads to the castle the next morning after realizing nothing has changed. When Emma finds him, he pleads for her to stay in town for a week to prove the curse is real. At another time, Henry and Emma sit on the playground as he insists that Mary Margaret is Snow White and a coma patient named John Doe is Prince Charming. Later on, a depressed Henry meets Emma at the castle where he expresses guilt over Sheriff Graham's death. Eventually, the castle is demolished by Regina for safety reasons. Henry is distraught, because he had hidden his storybook there, but apparently a storm had washed it away. His castle resemble Prince Charming and Snow White's castle in the Enchanted Forest due to it being both a castle and located near a large body of water. ("Pilot", "Snow Falls", "Desperate Souls", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree")

Later on in the series, in a twist, Henry switches bodies with Peter Pan, but no one believes him. However, Emma asks for proof that he is really Henry, and she asks him to name the first time they connected. The boy recalls a past conversation they had at the playground, in which he claimed to understand her reasons for giving him up for adoption. Upon hearing this, Emma recognizes this is truly Henry in Pan's body. ("The New Neverland")

Hopper Psychiatry OfficeEdit

Main article: Hopper Psychiatry Office

The Hopper Psychiatry Office first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The working office of Dr. Hopper where he works as a psychotherapist and sees his patients. ("The Thing You Love Most")

Marine GarageEdit

The Marine Garage first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A car fix service shop run by Michael Tillman. One of his former employees is Billy. ("The Thing You Love Most", "The Price of Gold", "True North")

Mills HouseEdit

Main article: Mills House

The Mills House first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The house of Regina, which is decorated in a white palette wallpaper adorned with many mirrors. ("Pilot")

Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities DealerEdit

Main article: Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer

Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer first appears in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. An antique store owned by Mr. Gold, who collects and sells various items. ("The Price of Gold")

Nolan HouseEdit

The Nolan House first appears in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. David and his wife, Kathryn, lived together at this residence until her mysterious disappearance. Upon her safe return, the two mutually agreed to separate and David made plans to start afresh in Boston due to his failed reconciliation with Mary Margaret. After the curse is broken, David moves into Mary Margaret's apartment; Kathryn and Jim live happily together in the house.[1] ("The Shepherd", "What Happened to Frederick", "A Land Without Magic", "Broken")

Storybrooke Clock TowerEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Clock Tower

The Storybrooke Clock Tower first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The tower with a clock face that has always stayed frozen at eight-fifteen until the day Emma enters and stays in Storybrooke. The minute hand of the clock face is also the secret location where Mr. Gold once hid his dagger. ("Pilot", "The Queen Is Dead")

Storybrooke LibraryEdit

The Storybrooke Library first appears in the fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. The ground floor of the clock tower was previously a closed up and abandoned library. Belle develops an interest in the library, and is given a key by Mr. Gold to have access to it. She works on refurnishing and cleaning up the place in the hopes of opening it one day. ("The Crocodile", "The Outsider")

The CaveEdit

The Cave first appears in the twenty-second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The dungeon cave of the clock tower which is only accessible by an elevator car with one person operating the switch to take a second person down. It houses an imprisoned creature who guards a "fail-safe" hidden in Snow White's coffin that can destroy Storybrooke. ("A Land Without Magic", "The Evil Queen")

Storybrooke ConventEdit

The Storybrooke Convent first appears in the nineteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is the home of the nuns and their leader, Mother Superior. The building belongs to Mr. Gold, who charges high price for the rent due to his hatred for the nuns. Every year, the nuns help organize the Miner's Day Festival to use the money to cover their expenses. In 2012, Leroy and Mary Margaret team up to help Sister Astrid sell candles, because she ordered twelve times the quantity Mother Superior had requested. ("The Return", "Dreamy")

August goes to the convent willing to get advice from Mother Superior on approaching his father, who he said goodbye to years ago. Shortly after, Mr. Gold shows up to question Mother Superior, believing August might be his long lost son. ("The Return")

When the Dark Curse is broken, a wooden August once more seeks Mother Superior, but she is unable to turn him back into a real man, because his actions were not selfless, brave and truthful. ("Selfless, Brave and True")

When Cora is about to get Mr. Gold's dagger, Mary Margaret and David hurry to the convent. Mother Superior meets them and says she senses dark magic in town. They head to the pawnshop to find a way to stop Cora. ("The Queen Is Dead")

After Pan's shadow rips away Mother Superior's shadow and kills her, her body lies in state at the convent. After Tinker Bell traps Pan's shadow in a magic candle and destroys it by throwing into a flaming torch, Mother Superior's shadow is returned to her body and she's revived. She then gives Tinker Bell, David, Hook and Neal the Black Fairy's wand in order to help Mr. Gold stop Pan. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Storybrooke DockEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Dock

The Storybrooke Dock first appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The dock of the town harbor. ("Dreamy")

Storybrooke Elementary SchoolEdit

Storybrooke Elementary School first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The town's school for children. Known attendees of the school are Henry and Paige, with Mary Margaret being a former teacher. Jim also works at the institution as a gym instructor. ("Pilot", "What Happened to Frederick", "Hat Trick")

Storybrooke General HospitalEdit

Main article: Storybrooke General Hospital

Storybrooke General Hospital first appears in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Run by Dr. Whale with notable employees include the janitor, Leroy, the security guard, Walter, and the psychiatric ward head nurse. The psychiatric ward is located in the basement of the hospital and only accessible with a special password. Belle used to be a patient in one of the cells, and one of the currently known patients to be housed here is Sidney. ("Snow Falls", "Skin Deep", "A Land Without Magic")

Storybrooke GraveyardEdit

Storybrooke Graveyard first appears in the seventh episode of the first season. A crypt for members of the Mills family is located there. In a hidden vault beneath this crypt, Regina stores a collection hearts, which were brought along when she first came to Storybrooke. ("The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", "The Doctor").

Heart VaultEdit

Main article: Heart Vault

The Heart Vault first appears in the seventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Regina's secret room location where she keeps a roomful of hearts, which ironically was used by her mother, Cora, for the same purpose. ("The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter")

Storybrooke MinesEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Mines

The Storybrooke Mines first appear in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Underground, the mines serve as a working ground for the dwarves, who harvest diamonds to make fairy dust. ("That Still Small Voice", "Child of the Moon")

Storybrooke Pet ShelterEdit

The Storybrooke Pet Shelter first appears in the tenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is an animal shelter run by Dr. Thatcher, with some assistance from David. Sheriff Graham asks deputy Emma to take the night patrol during one day of the week in which he needs to help out a sick dog at the shelter since the veterinarian will not be available. However, Emma discovers the real reason is because he and Regina met for a nightly tryst. ("The Shepherd", "7:15 A.M.", "Desperate Souls")

In the woods, Mary Margaret finds an injured dove and brings the animal to the shelter to check its health. Dr. Thatcher says the dove will heal just fine, but cannot survive on its own and needs to reunite with its flock soon. This leads to Mary Margaret braving the coming storm in the hopes of setting the dove free where its flock might pass by. David persuades her to wait it out because it is too dangerous to be outside. After the storm is over, she is disappointed about not being able to bring the dove back to her flock, but the opportunity comes up just as the birds pass overhead in the skies. ("7:15 A.M.")

In the animal shelter, David confesses to Mary Margaret his fears about what he did to his wife Kathryn. Emma arrives to inform them a box with Kathryn's heart was found. Before she announces the results of the fingerprints on the box, David assumes he did it, but they are a match for Mary Margaret. ("Red-Handed")

Storybrooke PlaygroundEdit

After Regina has Henry's Castle demolished, she removes fifty-thousand dollars worth of city funds to purchase a small block of land in the forest. She uses Sidney to trick Emma into thinking that she's building a large second home. However, after Emma confronts her at a City Council meeting, she reveals that she actually used the funds to build a playground for the children of Storybrooke. She admits that the sketches that Emma stole from her office were inspired by Henry's story book. The architecture of the playground closely resembles that of the Dark Palace. ("Red-Handed")

Storybrooke Post OfficeEdit

The Storybrooke Post Office first appears in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Emma and Henry are walking and they pass by the post office. Unbeknownst to them, Sidney is spying on them. He snaps a photo of them on Regina's orders. ("The Price of Gold", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree")

Storybrooke Sheriff DepartmentEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Sheriff Department

The Storybrooke Sheriff Department first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Serves as sheriff's office and a suspect holding jail cell. The previous sheriff, Graham, made Emma sheriff's deputy, but when he passed away, Regina fired her. Instead, Emma successfully ran and was elected to the position of town sheriff. During the time she was trapped in the Enchanted Forest, David stepped in as temporary sheriff. Since Emma came back, she has resumed her duty as sheriff with the business also helped by David and Mary Margaret. ("Pilot", "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", "Desperate Souls", "Broken")

Storybrooke Town HallEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Town Hall

The Storybrooke Town Hall first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The town hall where residents gather to listen and discuss collective decisions. It is also the location of Regina's mayoral office with an apple tree behind the building. ("The Thing You Love Most", "Desperate Souls")

Storybrooke Wishing WellEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Wishing Well

The Storybrooke Wishing Well first appears in the thirteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A well that legend has the waters inside it have mystical and magical properties. ("What Happened to Frederick", "A Land Without Magic")

The Bean FieldsEdit

The Bean Fields first appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A land area in town where the soil is fertile enough to grow magic beans. Anton, Bashful, David, Doc, Dopey, Happy, Leroy and Walter worked together to plant and grow rows and rows of magic beans. However, the field is discovered and destroyed by Regina, who takes only one of the plants for herself. ("Tiny", "The Evil Queen")

The Rabbit HoleEdit

Main article: The Rabbit Hole

The Rabbit Hole first appears in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A local bar scene frequented by the townspeople, such as Ashley, Keith, Lacey, Mary Margaret, Mr. Clark and Ruby. ("Skin Deep", "Lacey")

The StablesEdit

The Stables first appear in the fifth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. David brought Henry to the stables and entrusted him with his first riding horse to groom. Unexpectedly, Henry is attacked by a resurrected Daniel. Regina helps Daniel recognize her, but he asks to be let go because being brought back has left him in constant pain. Reluctantly, Regina follows through with his wishes. ("The Doctor")

Toll BridgeEdit

Main article: Toll Bridge

The Toll Bridge first appears in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. An old and not frequently used bridge leading out of town. ("Snow Falls")

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.tvguide.com/News/Once-Upon-Time-Spoilers-Kitsis-Horowitz-ABC-1060428.aspx