• Towns Falmouth is a coastal town with an important harbour, and is located at the southwestern tip of England. Falmouth is also home to the Falmouth Falcons, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA7). Read More
• Gardens and farms After a stop at a small market town failed to provide any food, Harry, Ron, and Hermione travelled instead to this farm, located somewhere in Britain. Here they were able to snatch some eggs and bread, though it wasn’t exactly stealing as Hermione left some money under the chicken coop… Read More
• Place We don’t know for sure what exactly the Five Feathers is (a pub? a pet store? a bird zoo?) but we do know that it’s located in Barnsley – and that Budgie the waterskiing budgerigar lives there. Harry heard about him while listening to the Muggle news (OP1), and… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A fen is an alkaline wetland, in Britain found mostly near the eastern shore of England, in and near Norfolk. According to one of the Sorting Hat’s songs, Salazar Slytherin came from fen, suggesting that he was most likely from the eastern part of England (GF12). Read More
• Place When Harry, Hermione, and Ron were forced to make a quick getaway from Xeno Lovegood’s house, they Apparated to the corner of a field, where they quickly set up protective spells and camped for the night (DH22). Read More
• Countries A beautiful South Pacific island nation, Fiji is the native habitat of the Fire Crab. Hundreds of miles of coastline there have been turned into a Fire Crab reservation (FB). Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors Filch’s office is “a place most students avoid” (CS8). It is a small, dingy, windowless room with a single oil lamp hanging from the ceiling. It smells of fried fish, and contains a desk and a “moth-eaten chair.” The office houses wooden filing cabinets containing details of the misdeeds of students. Fred and… Read More
• Cities Fitchburg is a U.S. town and the home of the Fitchburg Finches, who have won the U.S. Quidditch cup seven times (QA8). Read More
• Place Flanders is a region that consists roughly of the northern half of Belgium and incorporates the Flemish region of the country. A Quidditch team from Flanders played against Transylvania in the first World Cup (QA8). Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The office is located on the seventh-floor of Hogwarts. From the exterior, its window is the thirteenth from the right of the West Tower (PA21). Sirius Black was locked into Flitwick’s office, while Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge awaited the Dementors in PA. Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds Also known as the Forbidden Corridor, this is where Fluffy guarded the trapdoor to the hiding place of the Philosopher’s Stone. Students are advised to avoid it if they do not wish to die a painful death, as per Albus Dumbledore’s welcome speech at the beginning of Harry Potter’s first year. Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds The fifth floor corridor of the east wing at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is mentioned in the book as the location where Fred and George Weasley create a Portable Swamp as a means of annoying Dolores Umbridge and Argus Filch. Read More
• Atlas of the Wizarding World • Houses and addresses Number Four Privet Drive – home of the Dursley family This Muggle house, located in Little Whinging, Surrey, to the south-west of London, was where Harry Potter lived from November 1, 1981 through August 31, 1991. Until the end of July, 1991, Harry was forced to live in a cupboard under the stairs, on… Read More
• Businesses, merchants, and shops An ice cream parlor in Diagon Alley  with outdoor tables, where Florean Fortescue served Harry free ice cream sundaes and offered advice about medieval witchcraft for a report he was writing (PA4). The shop was boarded up after Florean disappeared mysteriously in 1996 (HBP6). Read More
• Forests The Forbidden Forest, located to the east of Hogwarts castle, is a large, dark forest. This forest is strictly off limits to Hogwarts students, except in the course of occasional Care of Magical Creatures lessons (OP21) or detentions (PS15, DH15). Fred and George Weasley have spent quite… Read More
• Forests First just one of the many places that Harry and Hermione camp while searching for Voldemort’s Horcruxes, the Forest of Dean soon played a pivotal role in their adventure when Hermione let their location slip while opening her bag, and Phineas Nigellus Black overheard. He quickly delivered the information to… Read More
• Forests • Wilderness areas We know of a number of forests: The Forbidden Forest The Forest of Dean A Dartmoor forest near the 1994 Quidditch World Cup stadium, where Harry, Ron and Hermione hid after Death Eaters stormed the campground (GF9). The trio… Read More
• Countries France is located across the English Channel from England and is famous for being a rival to England in many ways. Hagrid and Madame Maxime travelled to France en route to eastern Europe when they sought out the giants, a story Hagrid told in detail in OP20. Hermione also… Read More
• Lakes and marshes A small, circular body of water located deep within the Forest of Dean. Snape’s patronus leads Harry to the lake from the campsite (DH33). Beneath the ice is the Sword of Gryffindor, which will not be summoned with magic. Harry dives into the lake to retrieve the sword, but… Read More