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This page lists the Wonderland locations featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Black ForestEdit

The Black Forest first appears in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. On her way to Jafar's lair to save Cyrus, she travels through the Black Forest with only a lighted torch, which goes out moments later. Luckily, she sees a light ahead and hurries forward, but ends up trapped in the Boro Grove. ("Who's Alice")

Boro GroveEdit

The Boro Grove first appears in the sixth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. After a journey through the Black Forest, Alice falls under the spell of the Boro Grove's perfume flowers, which entice her into forgetting anything and everything of importance. The only other person there, a Carpenter, is beginning to turn into a tree as a result of the flowers' effects. Knave passes into the Boro Grove, but is unaffected by the flowers due to not having a heart in his chest. He recognizes what is happening to the Carpenter as well as the fact all the current trees in the Boro Grove were once humans. Alice angrily refuses to leave and is ensnared in vines as she also begins turning into a tree. Only when Cyrus' precious pendant falls into her hand does she remember everything, and cuts herself and Knave free. ("Who's Alice")

Boiling SeaEdit

The Boiling Sea first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. During one of their many adventures, Alice and Cyrus end up travelling to the cliff of the Boiling Sea. As they admire the view, Cyrus musters the courage to propose to Alice, who accepts. However, they are interrupted by the Red Queen and her guards, who prompt the two lovers into battle. While Alice is held down by the guards, Cyrus begins to get dragged away, but breaks free to rescue her. To Alice's horror, the Red Queen magically throws him off the cliff edge into the Boiling Sea to his death. In actuality, Cyrus is caught by Jafar's magic carpet and taken hostage. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")

Greener PasturesEdit

Greener Pastures first appears in the second episode of the season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. After deciding love is more important than anything wishes can possibly give her, Alice, along with the genie, Cyrus, hide the bottle in a specific place in the field made of peas, a tower of lions a windmill and a Dandelion. Unbeknownst to them, the White Rabbit saw them burying the bottle, and later dug it up for the Red Queen. ("Trust Me")

Jafar's LairEdit

Jafar's Lair first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In the floating lair, the sorcerer Jafar holds two prisoners captive, the genie Cyrus and an older man. Only Cyrus' cage is made of silver to prevent him from trying to escape, though he does manage to push out a message to his love, Alice. The Red Queen and Jafar catch word of what he did and move along their plan to force Cyrus back into his bottle after Alice makes her three wishes. To leave Alice little choice but to make her first wish, they send a Bandersnatch after her. Instead, she kills the Bandersnatch through other means, and doesn't use the wish. ("Trust Me", "Forget Me Not")

Cyrus later escapes his cage by using two ends of a wish bone to carve out an opening, swing himself to the platform and escape the lair by jumping into the ocean to wash towards the shoreline. As leverage against Alice, Jafar has the White Rabbit tell him who else is of great importance to the girl. After learning of Alice's father, Edwin, he makes the White Rabbit dig a hole to Victorian England to find him. Jafar arrives back to his lair with Edwin in tow, and takes some of the man's blood to concoct a potion to masquerade as Alice's father. Alice and Knave fly up to the lair with a basket made of bird bark branches to save Cyrus only to learn the genie has already fled. When Jafar finally discovers Cyrus escaped, he confronts the old prisoner over this. The old prisoner, who is actually Jafar's biological father, promises to never acknowledge him as his son and attempts to throw himself down to the lair's bottomless pit. Jafar prevents his death by bringing him back up via the magic carpet. To gain the upper hand from the Red Queen, Jafar is given the bottle by Tweedledee and goes back to his lair to examine it. Only then does he recognize the bottle to be a fake and angrily lashes out. He punishes the Red Queen by creating a storm cloud to kill her. ("The Serpent" - "Home")

Mallow MarshEdit

The Mallow Marsh first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Alice and Knave journey to Wonderland and fall on the soft surface of the marsh. The sticky substance causes them to sink deeper in, so the White Rabbit runs to find help. Alice comes up with the idea to toast the marsh with a dragonfly's spitfire, and when it becomes hardened, they are able to free themselves out. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")

Mimsy MeadowsEdit

Mimsy Meadows first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Alice meets and falls in love with a genie named Cyrus. Though he offers her three wishes, she would rather be with him. Together, they decide to bury the genie bottle near a dandy-lion tree so he will never have to go back inside. Secretly, the White Rabbit witnesses this. Following Alice's return to Wonderland to rescue Cyrus, she purposely lies about the true location of the bottle, and says it is in Mimsy Meadows under the Tum Tum Tree. The White Rabbit, under duress, procures the bottle for the Red Queen. By the time Alice and Knave go to unearth the bottle at its true location, it is already gone. ("Trust Me")

Tum Tum TreeEdit

The Tum Tum Tree first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Once Alice and Knave arrive at the Tum Tum Tree, they see Jafar has beat them to the punch and has already began sending his scarab creatures to dig beneath to find the bottle. Instead, Alice surprises Knave with news that she lied about the bottle's resting place so whoever is also looking to get their hands on it will inevitably be misled. ("Trust Me")

The Queen's MazeEdit

The Queen's Maze first appears in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time and first appears in the first episode of the first season on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In Wonderland, the Evil Queen and Jefferson steal back a precious item from the Queen of Hearts' vault, and as they leave the maze, guardsmen ambush them. Easily, they outrun them while the hedges, previously burnt with the Evil Queen's magic to make a pathway through the maze, grow back to entrap their chasers. In another time, Alice journeys to Wonderland to capture the White Rabbit as proof for her father, but incurs the attention of the Queen of Hearts's guards, who give chase. After shrinking herself with a mushroom, she seeks a refugee in a bottle and meets the genie residing inside it. ("Hat Trick", "Down the Rabbit Hole")

At another time, Alice rescues Knave from a public execution and they escape by flinging themselves in a catapult into the maze. They join up with Knave's friend, Lizard, as she leads them towards the exit, but are quickly blocked by both Jafar and the Red Queen. Lizard tries to defend them, but is knocked out by Jafar. Then, Knave is choked by Jafar as Alice pleads for mercy to no avail. Desperately, Knave calls out the name of Anastasia in the Red Queen's direction, causing Alice to realize the true identity of the woman he loved. She begs the Red Queen for help, but only receives a sharp reprimand to make a wish and save Knave. Finally, Alice uses the wish to ask for her own death if Knave dies. This causes Jafar to drop Knave, but move onto exerting physical pain on Alice herself to force out another wish. She refuses, despite being tortured, until he releases his hold on her. As a final blow, Jafar turns Knave into a stone statue. When left alone with the Red Queen, Alice confronts her over not helping Knave. The Red Queen puts on a hardened front, but at nightfall, she comes back to gaze longingly at the statue of Knave. ("The Serpent")

The Red Queen tricks Alice into helping her procure a special kind of dust in exchange for information about Cyrus' whereabouts. She leaves Alice with nothing and forcibly takes the dust for herself. However, her cruel actions are masked by softer intentions, as she uses the dust to revert Knave back to normal. She disappears from sight before the stone completely melts away so he doesn't see her. Knave assumes Alice saved his life, though the girl later disputes this and suggests Anastasia helped him. ("Heart of Stone", "Who's Alice")

Through a grapevine plant, one of the Red Queen's servants, Tweedledum, is alerted to the capture of Cyrus in the forest. As he makes his way out of the maze to tell the Red Queen, Tweedledum sees his brother Tweedledee handing something to Jafar. He reports this back to the Red Queen, who furiously discovers the bottle, albeit a fake one she planted as a decoy, to be missing from her drawer, and punishes Tweedledee by cutting off his head. ("Home")

Queen of Hearts' PalaceEdit

The Queen of Hearts' Palace in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The place in which the Queen of Hearts is seated at the throne with the Knave of Hearts at her side, and her courtiers standing as the audience. Using the Knave of Hearts as her interrogator, he asks what Jefferson, an outsider, is doing in Wonderland. Jefferson explains he lost the only means of returning home without his hat, so she demands he make another one until it "works". Much later on, her guards seize and bring to the Queen of Hearts another outsider, Hook, who attempts to rip out her heart, but fails. ("Hat Trick", "Queen of Hearts")

Queen of Hearts' VaultEdit

The Queen of Hearts' Vault in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is a vault sitting in the middle of the maze. When accessed, the room inside contains square boxes that each contain an item. The Queen of Hearts hid away something that belongs to the Evil Queen, which she steals back. ("Hat Trick")

Tulgey WoodsEdit

Tulgey Woods first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. The woods are located in the Red Queen's territory. Alice and Knave cross into Tulgey Woods, which is located in the Red Queen's territory, to reach the Mad Hatter's house located at the other end of the woods. After boosting herself up into a tree to get a better look at where the house is, Alice encounters a much more unfriendlier Cheshire Cat, but is rescued by Knave. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")

Mad Hatter's HouseEdit

The Mad Hatter's House first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. The cottage is located at the far end of the Tulgey Woods, was previously housed by the Mad Hatter and now remains abandoned. By the word of the The White Rabbit, Alice believes Cyrus has been hiding there, but they do not find him inside the building. She leaves the house in a disheartened state, but finds Cyrus' talisman on the ground, which proves he is alive. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")


The Outlands first appears in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In the past, Cyrus struck a deal with the Caterpillar to make himself and Alice disappear. The Caterpillar accepts Cyrus' payment, a Lost and Found compass, and creates an invisible hideout for them in the Outlands. Cyrus and Alice arrive there while he brings up the fact she will always be in danger because of him. She believes they can deal with whatever life throws at them and is willing to do anything except part from him. Then, Cyrus shows her the invisible hideout, which they can use as a temporary home. ("Home")

Alice returns to the hideout when she learns Cyrus has escaped the clutches of Jafar. She is certain that the hideout is the one place he would go to, but doesn't find him inside. Suddenly, Alice sees Cyrus approaching from the outside and rushes out to him. ("Home")


The Underland first appears in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. It serves as a lair to the Caterpillar and his employees, the Collectors. The Caterpillar requests Knave to fetch back a forget me knot in exchange for forgiving his debts. Soon after, he receives another visitor, Jafar, who asks him for information about Knave. When Knave does not follow through with this, the Caterpillar sends the Collectors after him. In the confusion, Knave splits up from Alice, and she is not able to find him, and goes to Underland. Lizard, one of the Collectors, as well as an old friend of Knave's, tells her that he is not there. Once she informs Alice of Knave's kidnapping by the Red Queen, they both go to rescue him. ("Forget Me Not", "The Serpent")

Whispering WoodsEdit

The Whispering Woods first appears in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. To find a special item called the forget me knot, which will help Alice and Knave to see who dug up Cyrus' bottle, they track down the Caterpillar, who says Grendel of the Whispering Woods is in possession of it. On the way there, Alice and Knave fall into a pit trap and are taken hostage in Grendel's house to be served as his next meal. Instead, they discover Grendel has been using the forget me knot to constantly relive his old life in happier days. When they attempt to leave, a Bandersnatch awaits them outside. Eventually, the Bandersnatch's overwhelming strength breaks down the door into the house. Havoc reigns until Alice catches its body in the forget me knot's loop and Knave uses a knife to kill the beast. Afterwards, Grendel, realizing he cannot keep living in the past, allows Alice and Knave to take the forget me knot. ("Forget Me Not")

Wonderland CastleEdit

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The Wonderland Castle first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In this castle, the Red Queen presides over the land as ruler of Wonderland with her servants Tweedledee and Tweedledum.