• Rooms, chambers, and floors This bathroom is where Hermione goes to cry after Ron is mean to her on Halloween. While looking for Hermione to warn her of a troll that has entered Hogwarts, Harry and Ron see the troll enter a room on the first floor. The boys lock the troll in, only… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors Vast chamber with an enchanted ceiling that mirrors the sky outside. Four long tables for the four houses. Closest to the doors from the Entrance Hall is Slytherin, then Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and next to the far wall, Gryffindor (GF12). The teachers sit at the High Table, a table on… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors A door at the far end of the entry hall (OP4), a set of narrow stone stairs leads to the basement, and the house’s kitchen. Though less ornate than the floors above, the kitchen is still a large, “cavernous” room with a large fireplace at the far end. Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The Gryffindor Common Room is “cosy, round room” (PS7). It contains a lot of squashy armchairs, a fireplace, and tables. The fireplace is connected to the Floo Network, but as it is extremely public except in the dead of night. There’s also a notice board, for public… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The entrance to the Gryffindor Tower is the Portrait of the Fat Lady. If you tell her the correct password, the Portrait will swing open to reveal the Common Room. There are two staircases opening off the common room into the Tower itself: the boys’ staircase, on which the seven boys’… Read More