• Moors Located in Cornwall at the southwestern tip of England, Bodmin Moor is a historical farming region that also at one time featured a Quidditch stadium. It is the location of the famous match of 1884 in which a Snitch escaped after eluding capture by the Seekers for six months of… Read More
• Moors • Quidditch places Dartmoor is an area of moorland in south Devon, England. The moorland is capped with many exposed granite hilltops known as tors, providing habitats for Dartmoor wildlife. The entire area is rich in antiquities and archaeology (Wikipedia). Dartmoor was the location of the Quidditch World Cup finals in August… Read More
• Moors Ellis Moor is not known to exist in the Muggle world, but it has a Quidditch stadium. As happens on occasion, a recent match here had to be relocated when Muggles were camping near the stadium (DP). The location of Ellis Moor is unknown. Read More
• Moors • Quidditch places Area of Somerset named for the river Exe, which flows through it, and the location of Exmoor National Park. Read More
• Moors Ilkley Moor is an expanse of moorland above the town of Ilkley, located northwest of Leeds in Yorkshire, and was the home of a twelfth-century Quidditch pitch. This stadium recently hosted a match between Puddlemere United and the Holyhead Harpies. Bad feelings between the two teams threatened… Read More
• Moors • Quidditch places • Wilderness areas Britain and Ireland Teams in Britain and Ireland do not have their own home pitch for matches. Instead, Quidditch stadiums have been erected on a number of deserted moors. Players and fans come from all over to attend these matches. Various charms and magical effects have been used to prevent… Read More