• Rooms, chambers, and floors Harry’s bedroom is the smallest bedroom at number four, Privet Drive. Until the end of July in 1991, the bedroom was Dudley’s second bedroom, where he stored all his toys, games, and books when he’d finished with them (or, in the case of the books, discarded them unread). Harry’s room… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Rooms, chambers, and floors • Wizarding places The headmaster/mistress of Hogwarts has an office in one of the towers of the castle. The entrance to this office at Hogwarts is behind a statue of a gargoyle on the seventh floor. When given the proper password, the gargoyle will leap aside, and the wall behind it will split… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The History of Magic classroom is located on the first floor. It has a blackboard through which Binns enters and exits the room. It also has a window through which Hedwig could enter; the window has thick glass and a narrow ledge (OP17). Just up the corridor… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Rooms, chambers, and floors The corridors of Hogwarts have seen plenty of weird and wonderful things in the past thousand years. They are inhabited not just by hundreds of students but also by statues, paintings, tapestries, and suits of armor. The use of magic is forbidden in the corridors, not that this has stopped… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors Found on the third floor of Hogwarts castle: The statue of humpbacked witch with secret passage to Hogsmeade accessed through a hidden door in her hump The forbidden corridor where Fluffy guarded the trapdoor to the hiding place of the Philosopher’s Stone Umbridge’s office (OP13) Trophy… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The first floor (which would be called the second floor in the United States) contains a number of classrooms, including those for Defense Against the Dark Arts and History of Magic. It is directly accessed by students using the marble staircase leading up from the Entrance Hall on the ground floor. McGonagall’s… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The second floor of Hogwarts is the location several bathrooms, including the girls’ bathroom haunted by Moaning Myrtle. The Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher’s office is also located on the second floor (although Umbridge’s office was on the third floor, not the second (OP13)). A map of Argyllshire hangs… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The Prefects’ bathroom is located on the fifth floor, fourth door to the left of a statue of Boris the Bewildered (GF23). Fred and George created a magical swamp in the east wing corridor of the fifth floor (OP30). Hogwarts: Grounds | Dungeons | Ground… Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors Upon entering through the huge oak front doors of the castle, students find themselves in the vast Entrance Hall, which is dominated by a marble staircase leading up to the first floor. The giant hourglasses which mark the house points are located in the Entrance Hall. To the right is… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Rooms, chambers, and floors The Hogwarts kitchens are situated exactly beneath the Great Hall, with four wooden tables matching the tables above. It is a huge, high-ceilinged room, with a stone-flagged floor, pots and pans on the stone walls, and a great brick fireplace (GF21, GF28). Read More
• Rooms, chambers, and floors The seventh floor is home to the head’s office as well as the Room of Requirement, opposite a tapestry of Barnabas the Barmy trying to teach trolls to dance the ballet (OP18, OP27, HBP21). Flitwick’s office is also located on the seventh floor (PA21). The Fat Lady’s… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Rooms, chambers, and floors The Hufflepuff common room is round and has a low ceiling, somewhat like a badger’s home. There are little round windows at at ground level. Amenities As we have seen in the other common rooms, it is decorated in House colours, which in this case means that there are lots… Read More