• Towns Located in southeastern Wales on the English border, Abergavenny is a market town that was once home to fortresses for the Roman and, later, Norman empires. This is where the Knight Bus dropped Madam Marsh off the first time Harry rode it (PA3). Read More
• Towns A small town in Lincolnshire, located in the northeast of England (southeast of Yorkshire) Appleby has been home since 1612 to the Appleby Arrows, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA7). Read More
• Towns A town on the east coast of Scotland. Guthrie Lochrin flew a splintery broomstick from Montrose to Arbroath (a distance of approximately 13 miles) in 1107 (QA1).  … Read More
• Towns Ballycastle is a town on the north coast of Northern Ireland, and home of the Ballycastle Bats – a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA7). Location: Map of Wizarding Britain… Read More
• Towns Near the east coast of Scotland, Banchory was once the home of the Banchory Bangers, a Quidditch team known for their awful skills and reckless shenanigans that eventually led to the team’s disbanding in 1814 (QA5). Read More
• Towns A small market town located in southern Ireland, roughly ten miles from the Celtic Sea, Bandon was presumably the home of the Bandon Banshee, which Gilderoy Lockhart claimed to have banished (CS6). This may have even been the inspiration for the title of his book, Break with a Banshee,… Read More
• Towns Barnton is a small village located east of Liverpool in western England. It was also the home of a notable amateur Quidditch team in the nineteenth century (QA6). A historical place called Upper Barnton, home to a troublesome giant (FW), may be related to this town. Read More
• Towns A small city in western Luxembourg, not far from the border with Belgium. The Bigonville Bombers, a Quidditch team known for high scoring, presumably make their home here. This team is possibly the same as Luxembourg’s national team (QA8). Location: Map of European Quidditch Teams… Read More
• Towns Budleigh Babberton is a small Muggle town with a war memorial in the center and a church. Horace Slughorn took up residence in a Muggle house there for a week while its owners were on holiday in the Canary Islands, and this is where Harry and Dumbledore visited him to… Read More
• Towns Bulwark is a residential area in Chepstow, in the county of Monmouthshire, South Wales… Read More
• Towns Since 1402, Caerphilly has been the home of the Caerphilly Catapults of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA8). It is a town located in southeastern Wales, north of Cardiff. Read More
• Towns This town was the location of a late-night meeting between Ministry representatives and the Brotherhood of Goblins intended to discuss the creation of a Goblin Bill of Rights (DP3)  … Read More
• Towns Home of the Chudley Cannons, Ron’s favorite Quidditch team, that is regularly at the bottom of the British and Irish Quidditch League standings (CS3). Read More
• Towns Clapham is a neighborhood in southwest London that, at number two, Laburnum Gardens, is home to Sturgis Podmore. We learn this from the Daily Prophet article regarding his arrest (OP14).  … Read More
• Towns Cokeworth is a midlands town where Lily and Petunia Evans grew up (Pm). It is also the home of Severus Snape and his family (DH33), and until 1998 Snape still lived in his parents old house there (HBP2, Pm). Other Cokeworth locations of note include the Railview Hotel, where Vernon… Read More
• Towns Cromer is a small, seaside town on the east coast of England – almost straight east of London, in Norfolk. In the early eighteenth century, this was presumably the home of the feared Sea Serpent of Cromer, which was killed by Glanmore Peakes (FW). Read More
• Towns Didsbury is a suburb of Manchester, in northwest England. It is (or was) also the home of warlock D.J. Prod, a satisfied Kwikspell customer quoted on their packaging in CS8. See also the Muggle Encyclopedia entry for Didsbury. Read More
• 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
• Towns A city in eastern Ontario near the Quebec border, Haileybury is home to the Haileybury Hammers, an accomplished Quidditch team (QA8). Read More
• Towns Holyhead is a port city located on an island at the northwest tip of Wales, and is the home of the Holyhead Harpies, an eight-hundred year old Quidditch team and a famous member of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA7). Read More
• Towns Little Hangleton is a small village located somewhere in Yorkshire or Lancashire. A town of massive importance to recent wizarding history and yet unknown to most modern wizards, Little Hangleton is found about six miles from its neighbor, Great Hangleton, and is the location of the Riddle House, where Tom… Read More
• Towns A quiet, perfectly normal suburb of London, where the houses are large and square (OP1), and where you’ll find the perfectly normal residence of number four, Privet Drive. Locations in Little Whinging alley between Wisteria Walk and Magnolia Crescent Grunnings Drill Firm (probably) Magnolia Crescent Magnolia Road number two,… Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories • Hogwarts castle and grounds • Towns The merpeople’s village is located in the center of the lake, a quarter of a mile from Hogwarts castle. The edge of the village is marked by a large rock with paintings of merpeople on it; they are carrying spears and chasing the giant squid. The village consists of clusters… Read More
• Towns A small town along the River Otter in Devon, near Exeter. Ottery St. Catchpole is a Muggle town but has historically also been a large settlement for wizarding families (DH16), including the Weasleys (GF6). As a result, Harry spent more time here while growing up than anywhere else… Read More
• Towns A small town in southeastern Scotland, Peebles was one of the places Harry and Ron flew over in the Ford Anglia on their way to Hogwarts. We know this because Angus Fleet, a Muggle who lived in Peebles, was reported in the Daily Prophet as having spotted the car (… Read More
• Towns Portree is a small harbor town on the Isle of Skye, one of the Inner Hebrides islands off the northwest coast of Scotland. It is also the home of the Pride of Portree, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League (QA7). Read More
• Towns A small village in Gloucestershire, England. The Potter family originated here. Read More
• Towns A small town in the Canadian province of Manitoba, Stonewall is home to the Stonewall Stormers, one of the most accomplished Quidditch teams in the world (QA8). Read More
• Towns A suburb of Exeter in Devon, England, Topsham is a coastal town that is over seven hundred years old. It is also the home of Madam Z. Nettles, a witch who used Kwikspell to improve her magical abilities. Her statement is part of the Kwikspell literature that Harry once read… Read More
• Towns Home of the Tutshill Tornados, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League with a long history of success (QA7). Tutshill itself is a town in southeastern Wales, east of Newport. See also the Muggle Encyclopedia entry for Tutshill. Read More