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The Quiddich stadium plays hosts to all inter-house Quiddich games at Hogwarts.
The stadium has an unusual design consisting of numerous towers that contain wooden, bleacher-style seating at the top.
A large store room located directly behind the Great Hall.
It's used to store decorations and items for events such as House Cup Ceremonies, Christmas celebrations, and school parties.
Nearly Headless Nick
The Gryffindor house ghost, Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington, spends much of his time around the Transfiguration courtyard.
Affectionally referred to as Nearly Headless Nick by students, Sir Nicholas was subject to a botched execution. Due the bluntness of the executioners axe it took forty-five hacks to kill Sir Nicholas who was only partially beheaded.
The Entrance Courtyard is a paved area outside of Hogwarts main entrance.
It's the smallest of the Hogwarts courtyards and is mainly used to sort and search the students after Hogsmeade trips.
This rarely used storeroom with a serious Nargle infestation.
Nargles are strange magical creatures that are usually found in Mistletoe.
Gulping Plimpies are a slightly different variant of the common Plimpie, small round fish with spindly legs and webbed feet.
During Hagrids employment as the Care of Magical Creatures professor he created dangerous and illegal half-breeds called Blast-Ended Skrewts.
Many Skrewts escaped and are known to create nests in the Hogwarts grounds.
A strange magical plant whose leaves are required in many potions recipes.
Their roots resemble a small human. When the Mandrake is fully matured its cry can be fatal to anyone who hears it.
This greenhouse contains several large trees that are home several thousand of Bowtruckles.
Despite the large number of Bowtruckles dwelling in the trees they are still difficult to spot as their stick-like appearance provides a highly effective camouflage.
The Hogwarts Great Hall is the main gathering place at Hogwarts for all meals and special events. It is large enough to comfortably accommodate all professors, students, and guests. The ceiling is spectacularly enchanted to mirror like the sky above.
The raised head-table is used by the professors and overlooks four long tables, one for each of the school houses.
A large and violent tree that will attack anyone nearby with it's long and knotted branches.
The base of the tree conceals a secret passageway to the Shrieking Shack near Hogsmeade.
The aggressive branches can be calmed by tapping a specific knot on the trunk.
Ground Floor Classrooms
Several comfortable classrooms surround the Quad Courtyard that aren't used for any specific subject.
The last time these classrooms were regularly used was when a Centaur named Firenze became an interim Defence Against the Dart Arts professor.
The cavernous entrance hall is dominated by the a wide marble stairway that leads to the Grand Staircase Tower.
Two large oak doors leading to the Great Hall stand to the right of the main entrance.
The caretakers office is a miserable, windowless room that smells vaguely of fried fish.
Argus Filch, the longstanding caretaker, uses the office to complete any paperwork he is required to do amongst his other duties.
The Transfiguration courtyard, also known as the Middle Courtyard, is one of the cloisters in the inner part of Hogwarts castle.
The open courtyard is grass-covered with a large,
centuries old tree in the centre.
The ground floor contains several Transfiguration classrooms.
The most commonly used classroom is room 1B, a large, high-ceilinged room with tall windows that face the courtyard.
The Quad is a paved courtyard with four towers, one at each corner.
The main feature of The Quad courtyard is a talking stone gargoyle.
All herbology supplies are stored haphazardly in a large store room near the greenhouses.
Shelving covers all sides of the room and are filled with pots, equipment, bags and assorted items that have been crammed in wherever any space can be found.
A small room located off the Grand Staircase that is used to house many portraits on it's walls.
It's not known how the portraits are assigned to be displayed in the Grand Staircase, the Portrait Room, or the castles many corridors.
Training Grounds Entrance
One of the smaller entranceways at Hogwarts that opens onto the schools training grounds and playing fields.
The entrance extends via a corridor through to the Transfiguration Courtyard.
A large field where students are taught to fly in their first year. Many students use the grounds to practice Quidditch throughout their time at the school.
The lush green grass is kept in immaculate condition.
A massive stairway that spans ell floors of the castle that are above ground. The stairways are known to move periodically so students need to pay extra attention when they are travelling around the castle.
The walls are filled with portraits and tapestries,
some of which conceal secret passages and shortcuts to other parts of the castle.
The Owlery is a short tower that is completely detached from the main castle.
It is used to house both the school owls along with pets brought in by students. As such the tower is open to the elements allowing the owls to fly in and out as they please.
Hogwarts has six long, thin greenhouses at the north-east side of the castle.
Several of the greenhouses are used for practical Herbology lessons and are home to a fascinating collection of magical plants and creatures, some of which are incredibly rare.
The staffroom is a long, cosy, panelled room filled with mismatched furniture that was presumably brought by previous professors at the school.
The entrance is guarded by two talking gargoyles to stop mischievous students sneaking in.
Ground Floor Lavatories
The girls and boys lavatories are located on opposite sides of a corridor in the East Wing.
While the facilities are kept clean and tidy by the House Elves there is often a cold breeze coming from the nearby entrance hall, therefore these lavatories are only used by students that are caught short. Most students choose to use the warmer facilities on the upper floors.
A vast entrance chamber with a huge arched doorway that opens out towards the Hogwarts viaduct.
The viaduct is a large stone bridge that connects the East Wing and the West Wing of Hogwarts castle. The walls are lined with many tall iron torches.
The viaduct spans across a deep chasm over the Great Lake.
A large broom cupboard used to store both old and broken flying brooms that are in need of repair.
Hogwarts has a large collection of Quiddich supplies such as broomsticks, quaffles, bludgers, and servicing kits that students can use.
Second years and above are permitted to bring their own Quiddich equipment with them to Hogwarts.
It's a longstanding Hogwarts tradition that first-year students arrive at the castle by boat, no matter the weather.
First years arrive at the boathouse before ascending two flights of stairs to the Entrance Hall.
The Hospital Wing at Hogwarts is located over two floors. Most of the day-to-day cases are handled in the room above.
Discover more about the Hospital Wind and it's Matron on the first floor.
West Wing Classrooms
Some of the grandest classrooms at Hogwarts are the the ground floor rooms in the West Wing.
These aren't exclusively used be any particular subject and are often play host to teachers meetings.
Chamber of Reception
The Chamber of Reception is a small room near the Entrance Hall. The first year students wait here for a short while before they are invited into the Great Hall for the Sorting ceremony and the Welcoming Feast.
Great Hall Chamber
A small chamber off the Great Hall. Its original purpose is unclear.
The last known use of the room was to temporarily host the school champions during the selection ceremony for the Tri-Wizard Tournament at Hogwarts.
A wooden suspension bridge is used to connect the East and West wings at the school.
The bridge extends over a deep chasm, and even though the bridge strong and secure crossing the bridge can be unsettling. Many students choose to go the longer route via the stone viaduct instead.
A small thatched cottage in the school grounds that is occupied by the Hogwarts Gamekeeper, a role that has belonged to the loveable half-giant Rubeus Hagrid for many years.
A swarm of Blibbering Humdingers have nested in this, now abandoned, store room on the first floor.
Avoid at all costs.
Use of Spectrespecs have confirmed a serious Wrackspurt infestation in this room.
Wrackspurts are invisible flying creatures that can enter your ears and make your brain go fuzzy.
The library of Hogwarts contains an unrivalled collection of magical books and resources, stored on thousands of ceiling-high bookshelves.
The volumes are cataloged and managed meticulously by the Madam Irma Pince, the school librarian.
The library strictly closes at 8pm sharp. Any students found in the library after closing time find themselves in detention with the caretaker Argus Filch.
Transfiguration Professors Office
The Transfiguration Professors Office is a small, cosy room that overlooks the Quidditch training grounds. The office dominated by a large fireplace on the far wall.
The office is currently unoccupied as its previous inhabitant, Minerva McGonagall, was promoted to headmaster and relocated to the headmasters office.
The Hospital Wing spans two floors at Hogwarts, with the large room on the first floor serving as the primary hospital.
The room is well lit by tall stained glass windows on three of the walls. Beds are located around the outside of the room, each has a foldable screen to provide privacy when needed.
The office and living quarters of the school matron. The role has been occupied for a long period of time by Poppy Pomfrey.
The primary Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom is a long room with arched windows along one side. It's main feature is the skeleton of a dragon that hands from the high ceiling.
Several other Defence Against the Dark Arts are located on the first floor but are rarely used.
Arithmancy is currently taught by Professor Septima Vector and involves predicting the future using numbers.
The first floor contains several other Arithmancy classrooms. Hogwarts also teaches Advanced Arithmancy classes, again lead by Professor Vector.
Muggle Studies Classroom
The Muggle Studies classroom is a large, round, welcoming classroom on the first floor of Hogwarts.
No magic or magical equipment is permitted in this room to ensure a muggle-like atmosphere for studying.
Several unused rooms n the first floor have been converted into duelling classrooms.
Students use these rooms to practice duelling with hexes and spells. A professor must always be present when the room is in use. There are many marks on the walls from missed and rebounded spell-work.
The Rear Hall is a large, open, and accessible room on the first floor.
The room is one of few in the castle that is fully carpeted. Various portraits adorn on the walls and the room is often filled with the sound of the many portraits in conversation.
A cold, dark room used by Argus Filch to put misbehaving students in detention.
The room is empty aside from a small desk in the centre which is surrounded by several uncomfortable wooden chairs.
Passage of the Fouls
Part of the large corridor surrounding the Transfiguration Courtyard is known as the Passage of the Fouls.
The origin of the name is currently unknown by students.
The main corridor on the first floor of the castle.
It's rumoured that there is a secret staircase to the third floor that is accessible from this corridor.
The boys toilets on first floor. Nothing interesting or noteworthy to add.
The girls toilets on the first floor were ruined by a mountain troll that had been let into the castle by disgraced former professor Quirinus Quirrell.
The toilets have been fully repaired since the incident.
Moaning Myrtle's Bathroom
This bathroom has been out of order since a student, Myrtle Warren, was killed there by the Heir of Slytherin. Her ghost, Moaning Myrtle, still haunts the bathroom.
This bathroom contains the hidden entrance to the Chamber of Secrets. Anyone wishing to access the chamber needs to speak the word "open" in Parseltongue to the tap with an engraved snake.
DADA Professors Office
The Defence Against the Dark Arts Professors Office is a large room with tall stained glass windows on three of its walls.
The office is currently empty and unoccupied while the headmaster is searches for a new Defence Against the Dark Arts professor.
The second floor contains a number of temporary classrooms that are rarely used.
The classrooms are kept neat and tidy by the schools house elves so that are ready whenever they are needed.
Second Floor Corridor
The largest corridor on the second floor.
As the second floor classrooms are rarely utilised the corridor is mainly used by students travelling from the Bell Tower entrance to the West Wing.
Part of the schools library, and located directly above the main chambers, the restricted section is home to all Hogwarts books that contain sensitive material. This is often information on dark magic.
To access the restricted section students need a specially signed note from one of the teachers.
Second Floor Balcony
A spacious balcony that is inaccessible via the castle itself.
The balcony has spectacular views of the grounds and Dark Forest. It's a secret treasure at Hogwarts, known only to adventurous students that explore the grounds via broomstick.
Professors Store Rooms
The entirety of the West Wing on the second floor contains professors private storage rooms.
No student has access to any of the store rooms in this wing, but it is presumed that both personal and subject-related items are stored here.
This disused classroom has a serious Chizpurfle infestations and should be avoided.
Chizpurfles are small fanged parasites that are drawn to magic, and are known to gorge on the remnants of potions.
Prefect Study Area
School prefects have access to a private, well-stocked, and conveniently located study room.
The room not only contains all the study material and supplies that students need, but also an assortment of free drinks and snacks too.
A swarm of electric blue Cornish Pixies have made this classroom their home.
It's believed that these pixies escaped from a disastrous Defence Against the Dark Arts class led by Professor Gilderoy Lockhart.
The second floor of the East Wing contains a number of guest rooms.
It's believed these were last used by the families of students competing in the Tri-Wizard Tournament.
Muggle Studies Professors Office
A large, well-lit office that serves as the living quarters for the Muggle Studies professor.
The room is currently empty and unoccupied while Hogwarts searches for a new Muggle Studies teacher.
The librarians office is currently occupied by Madam Irma Pince.
The layout and features are unknown as no student has been inside the office while Madam Pince has lived there.
Peeves is the Hogwarts poltergeist and is known to be a flying menace. Peeves thrives on mayhem and has been known to wreck classrooms, taunt students, and even push his luck with professors.
A large, long room with suits of amour lined up along each wall.
During the Battle of Hogwarts Minerva McGonagall summoned all suits of armour to come to the defence of the school.
The Trophy Room is a room that moves between the third and sixth-floors at Hogwarts.
To discover more about this room head to is most common position the sixth floor.
Third Floor Corridor
A high, well-lit corridor with large arched windows along the west-side wall.
The corridor is seldom used as there are few rooms in this part of the castle.
Fluffy / Trapdoor
This large empty room is out-of-bounds for students and is constantly guarded by a suit or amour.
Once home to a large three-headed dog called Fluffy, the room contains a trapdoor that descends deep into the dungeons.
Charms Classroom 1
A large, long room with tiered student seating on each side.
The class is currently taught by Professor Flitwick who often stand on this desk when addressing the class due to his short stature.
Charms Classroom 2
The secondary Charms classroom is only used when students are practicing spells and charms that need a lot of space.
The room contains only one desk which is used by the professor.
Charms Classroom 3
The third charms classroom is only used for examinations.
The room is filled with individual desks that are widely spread out to avoid cheating.
One-Eyed Witch Passage
A statue of a One-Eyed Witch conceals a secret passage way that heads to the cellar of Honeydukes Sweetshop in Hogsmeade.
To access the passage the password 'Dissendium' must be given. Once the password is spoken the hump on the witch's statue opens to reveal a short slide into the passage.
A cupboard full of old, well-used brooms.
Most of them look in need of repair. It's not clear whether these are used for flying or for cleaning purposes.
A large, well-equipped study area filled with comfortable chairs and desks.
The room features a fireplace on the far wall that is constantly lit and keeps the room at a comfortable temperature.
A large, disused, and mostly empty room.
A large cupboard stands alone in the centre which shakes violently when anyone approached. It's presumed that a boggart has made it's home in there.
Helena was the daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw, one of the Hogwarts four founders.
As a young adult Helena stole her mothers famed diadem and fled to Albania.
Many years later Rowena was taken fatally ill and, longing to see her daughter one more time, sent the Bloody Baron in search of her. The Baron successfully tracked Helena down but she refused to return with him. Following a heated argument the Baron killed her In a violent fit of rage.
History of Magic Professors Office
Currently occupied by Cuthbert Binns, the room contains a roaring fire, several closets, and a large desk with a comfy chair.
Professor Binns died at Hogwarts yet his ghost continues teaching the subject. At the beginning of every lesson he drifts through the wall between his office and the classroom.
History of Magic Classroom
The History of Magic classroom is an old-fashioned room filled with individual wooden desks and chairs that all face a prominent teachers desk at the front of the classroom.
A huge blackboard fills most of the wall behind the teachers desk. The class is currently taught by the ghost of Cuthbert Binns who begins each lesson by drifting in through the blackboard.
Currently occupied by Minerva McGonagall, the headmasters office is a beautiful, spacious, circular room.
The office is the highest level in what's known as the Headmasters Tower.
The entrance is concealed by a gargoyle on the third floor. The gargoyle will step aside to grant access if the visitor provides the correct password.
A small but cosy office that is currently disused. The rooms main feature is tall window overlooking the viaduct and great lake.
It is unknown low long the office has been empty ot who the last occupant was.
The Bell Towers are large square towers that overlook the north entrance near the greenhouses.
One of the most frequently used lavatories in the castle is kept impeccably clean by the house elves.
Large, clean, and with a stained glass window through which the viaduct entrance can be seen.
One of the most frequently used lavatories in the castle is kept impeccably clean by the house elves.
Large, clean, and with a stained glass window through which the viaduct entrance can be seen.
This old, disused classroom has been used as a relatively infrequently as a storage room for a number of years.
For a small period of time this room was used to house the Mirror of Erised, an ancient, ornate mirror that shows the observer the deepest desire of their heart.
A store room often used by the house elves. It mainly contains cleaning products and equipment.
The only known teachers lavatory in at Hogwarts.
It is believed that each professors office has access to a personal bathroom but this is unknown to students.
A light and spacious classroom that is currently disused.
It is unclear what subject was taught here from the layout and equipment that remain. The room doesn't look like it's been in use for a long period of time.
A prefects-only bathroom that can only be accessed by providing the correct password.
The main feature of the room is a huge recessed bath surrounded by many golden taps containing every bathroom supply imaginable.
One side of the room is dominated by a huge stained glass window depicting a mermaid.
Muggle and Non-Muggle art practices are taught at Hogwarts.
The school teaches a number of non-magic classes to ensure all students gain a full and proper education.
A wide range of instruments are taught at Hogwarts, of both muggle and non-muggle design.
The largest lavatory at Hogwarts is the girls toilets on the sixth floor.
It contains several armchairs near the entrance, and is often used when girls want to meet and talk without the prying ears of boys overhearing.
Wizard Card Collectors
The Wizard Card Collectors room, otherwise known as room 5B, is an old and disused classroom.
This room is now used frequently by the Wizard Card Collectors Club to collect, compare, and trade Wizard Cards.
Wizard Cards are acquired with every purchase of chocolate frog confectionary.
What is the first name of the most famous Ravenclaw to have an award in the Trophy Room?garrick ollivander
The Ravenclaw commonroom is can only bet entered by answering the logic-based riddle asked by the bronze knocker on the door.
Inside the commonroom is adorned with blue and bronze silks, a deep blue carpet and a high, domed ceiling painted with stars.
The room is filled with tables, comfy chairs, and fully-stocked bookcases. A white-marble statue of Rowena Ravenclaw can be found next to the staircase leading to the dormitories.
Muggle Studies Showroom
The Muggle Studies Showroom contains a large collection of muggle household items to teach wizards about life in the non-magic world.
A family of Mokes have been nesting in this empty room periodically.
Mokes are small lizard-like creatures with silver-green skin. They are native to Great Britain and can grow up to 10 inches long.
A large warm hall continually heated by a huge fireplace in the centre of the room.
Many portraits adorn the walls, along with several suits of armour which guard the room after sunset.
Potion Professors Office
This roomy office is the accommodation of the current Potions professor, Horace Slughorn.
The large room includes a fireplace, two sofas, and a large dining table which has used to host several Slug Club dinner parties.
Cozy, warm, and spacious accommodation for the Ravenclaw students.
This part of the tower is accessed via the Ravenclaw commonroom on the fifth floor.
Moaning Myrtle is known to hang around this lavatory so boys only use it when they are in real need.
The Study of Ancient Runes Classroom is also known as room 6A.
Runology, currently taught by Bathsheda Babbling, involves translating and reading ancient symbols.
All desks face a large lectern at the front which allows the professor a clear view of the whole class.
Room of Rewards
A secret room that can only be accessed by persuading the portrait, Vindictus Viridian, to grant you access.
When inside the room displays records of all student achievements since Hogwarts began.
It's unknown why this room is secret and hidden.
Writing Supplies Room
If a student runs out of supplies during the school year they can find whatever they need in this well-stocked supply room.
The room is locked at all times and supplies need to be requested via the caretaker, Argus Filch.
An old, disused bathroom.
The floor is often flooded. It's unknown whether this is due to a plumbing issue or Moaning Myrtle's tantrums.
Dust and cobwebs cover this room that hasn't been used for years.
A large bookshelf fills the curved wall. It's unknown which subject was taught here, it appears to be one that's no longer taught at Hogwarts.
The Trophy Room moves between the third and sixth-floors at Hogwarts.
The room is home to all trophies, cups, and awards for special services to the school.
The most renowned Ravenclaw name found in the Trophy Room is Garrick Ollivander.
Portrait of Vindictus Viridian
Vindictus Viridian was a professor, author, and former headmaster of Hogwarts School.
His most famous book, Curses and Counter-Curses, taught the reader famous curses such as the Full Body-Bind curse, the Jelly-Legs curse, and the Leg-Locker curse.
Vindictus Viridian has a second portrait at Hogwarts located in the Headmasters office.
Hall of Hexes
The Hall of Hexes is currently inaccessible and guarded round-the-clock by a suit or armour who won't respond to any questions.
Which item of Godric Gryffindor's clothing is used every year by first year students?Sorting Hat
The Gryffindor commonroom is welcoming, homely, and heavily decorated in crimson and gold. The room contains stuffed armchairs positioned around a roaring fire.
A dimly-lit, heavily-scented classroom filled with small, circular desks and fat little pouffes.
The divination classroom is the only classroom at Hogwarts accessed via a trap door.
The shelves are heavily stacked with teapots, candles, and crystal balls.
Most astronomy lessons are held one floor up, atop the tower.
During poor weather conditions or low visibility the lessons are conducted in this spacious classroom.
Divination Professors Office
The Divination Professors Office, currently occupied by Professor Trelawney, is a spacious living quarters on the seventh floor.
As Professor Trelawney doesn't allow students into her office we don't know what this room is like inside.
Room of Requirement
The Room of Requirement, also known as the Come and Go Room, only appears when a person is in great need of it.
This room can also reveal a secret passage to the Hog's Head Inn in Hogsmeade.
Advanced Arithmancy Classroom
The Advanced Arithmancy Classroom is a sparsely decorated room containing only the students desks, professors desk, and a single bookshelf crammed with subject books.
One of many store cupboards at Hogwarts, but this is amongst the largest and is often used by the current caretaker, Argus Filch.
North Tower Balcony
One of the largest balconies at Hogwarts.
due to it;s proximity to the Gryffindor commonroom it's often frequented by Gryffindor students during the summer months.
Seventh Floor Corridor
A large, spacious corridor with high arched windows.
This corridor was breached during the Battle of Hogwarts and is where Fred Weasley died in defence of the castle.
This secret staircase is hidden behind a large tapestry hung on the wall of the seventh floor corridor.
Many adventurous Gryffindors have discovered this staircase and use it as a shortcut when moving around the castle.
Fred and George Weasley discovered an entrance to this disused bathroom in a secret room off the Gryffindor Common Room.
In their fourth year they turned it into their shop, selling products that would become part of Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.
A large amount of products still remain after they left Hogwarts suddenly before completing their seventh year.
Portrait of the Fat Lady
A large portrait of a Fat Lady that guards the entrance to the Gryffindor commonroom.
If you don't have the password she won't let you in, no exceptions.
Portrait of Sir Cadogan
The portrait of Sir Cadogan, one of King Arthur's Knight of the Round Table.
A brave and celebrated wizard who is most famous for defeating the Wyvern of Wye.
At the top of the tower is a small, disused loft in the circular roof.
Accessible via a ceiling-hatch in the divination classroom, it's a great secret hiding place.
The balcony atop the Astronomy Tower is where the majority of the astronomy lessons are held, weather permitting.
The tower is the tallest at Hogwarts and offers a spectacular view of the castle, it's grounds, and the night skies.
The turrets atop the East Tower contain a network of lofts that clearly haven't been used for decades.
Assorted dust-covered instruments, tools, and devices full up almost all available space.
Gryffindor Tower is only accessible via the Fat Ladies Portrait on the sixth floor and contains the Gryffindor commonroom and dormitories.
The dormitories are accessed via spiral staircases from the commonroom. Girls upstairs, boys downstairs.
Ravenclaw Tower is only accessible via the fifth floor and contains the Ravenclaw commonroom and dormitories.
Access is only granted by correctly answering a riddle to the door with a bronze knocker in the shape of an eagle.
The dormitories are accessed via spiral staircases from the commonroom. Boys on the sixth floor, girls on the seventh floor.
The Dark Tower, also known as the West Tower, is strictly off-limits to students.
The tower contains a number of old prison cells. There is no record of when or why these cells were used.
The Central Tower is the largest tower at Hogwarts School.
The tower was almost completely destroyed during the Battle of Hogwarts, but has now been fully restored to its former glory.
A room filled with Devils Snare, the first level of protection to a secret chamber that is used to store the Mirror or Erised.
Devils Snare is a vine-like plant that constricts to suffocate those who stray too close to it.
What creature can be found on the Hufflepuff crest?badger badger
The Hufflepuff Commonroom is accessed via a stack of large barrels near the kitchens. Correctly tapping a sequence will reveal a sloping passage up to a cosy room that resembles a badgers den.
The living area is brightly decorated in yellow and black. All wooden surfaces are a highly polished with honey-coloured finish. Fresh plants are placed liberally throughout the commonroom.
There are two round doors at each side of the common room lead to the boys and girls dormitories.
The kitchen is a huge room where the Hogwarts house elves prepare all meals for both students and professors.
The table layout exactly matches that of the Great Hall above. When food is prepared and arranges on the kitchen tables it is then magically transferred up to the hall.
A secret entrance allows adventurous students to access the kitchens. A doorknob is revealed by ticking the pair in the painting of a bowl of fruit.
House Elf Accommodation
The House Elves of Hogwarts have their own accommodation, located near the kitchens.
No student had ever seen the insides of their accommodation so the layout is unknown.
There are four sizeable storage rooms in the basements use by the caretaker Argus Filch.
It's unknown what Filch stores in here as he is careful about never accessing these rooms when a student is around.
No classes have been taught in these rooms within living memory.
It's possible that these used to be the Potions classrooms before a former Potions-Master relocated them the the dungeons.
The Giant Squid is a magical creature that resides in the Great Lake.
Many students live in fear the Giant Squid. However, the creature is very docile and often helpful to the students. Several times it has safely returned those that has fallen from their boats.
The Fat Friar was a student at Hogwarts before devoting his live to religion. Following his death the Fat Friars ghost returned to Hogwarts and spends most of his time in the basement near the kitchens.
Aa a jolly and forgiving gentleman the Friar is somewhat of an apologist for the school poltergeist ,Peeves, who many ghosts would like to banish from the castle.
Deathday Party Hall
One of the larger rooms below ground level at Hogwarts. The Deathday Party Hall is used by the ghosts each year to celebrate the anniversary of their deaths.
The large, dimwitted, and smelly mountain troll that once guarded the Philosophers Stone still resides in these dungeon chambers.
What language is used to speak to snakes?parselmouth parseltongue
The Slytherin commonroom is a long, low, underground room that extends partway under the Great Lake. There are several large windows facing the water that gives the room a slightly green-glow.
The room contains many low-backed, studded leather sofas, along with several mahogany desks and bookcases.
Access is only granted to those who know the password. A new password is chosen each day and posted on the commonroom bulletin board.
A series of chambers that can only be accessed via a trapdoor on the third floor.
These chambers were once home to a series of challenges used to guard the Philosophers Stone.
The Mirror of Erised still remains here but the Philosophers Stone has since been destroyed.
Former Potions Professors Office
This gloomy office was once occupied my Professor Severus Snape, a formar long-standing Potions Master at Hogwarts.
The room has been empty since Severus Snape began his short tenure as Headmaster at Hogwarts.
The main Potions classroom is a cold, gloomy room with walls that are lined with pickled animals in glass jars.
The other Potions classrooms are rarely used, except to host the examinations each school year.
An abandoned cupboard used by Rubeus Hagrid during his time as a student to house his pet Acromantula named Aragog.
This storeroom contains the resident Potion Masters private stock of ingredients, most of which that are extremely difficult to obtain.
The Bloody Baron is the ghost of Slytherin house. He is an imposing figure whose clothing is covered is blood stains.
The Baron murdered Helena Ravenclaw in a fit of rage and, after realising what he has done, took his own life too.
In my fifth year at Hogwarts I finally made some friends.
We formed a group called Dumbledores Army, learned a lot, trained hard, and played our part in the victory at the Battle of Hogwarts.
Our most famous friend owned a magical map of the castle called the Marauder's Map - a brilliant resource but I think it lacked in both depth and detail.
It's possible that no-one has more knowledge of the Hogwarts grounds than I, having explored the map and castle extensively during my final year.
Everything I've discovered is proudly presented here, from the perspective of a Ravenclaw.
Made with love, passion, and a major caffeine dependancy by Peter Hinton, Lyndsay McBean, and Kate Ingledew.
Discover more about this project and the muggles behind it over here.
The Ravenclaw Map is currently a beta release. If you have any ideas, would like to get involved, or want to report an issue please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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