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The Clock Tower Courtyard[2] is a cloister on the base of the Clock Tower at Hogwarts Castle.


This cloister seems to be one of the older parts of the castle and the ceiling and walls are dilapidated. It also leads to the Wooden Bridge and, as it is on a hill, is on the third floor. In the centre of the courtyard is an antique fountain surrounded by statues of eagles.[1] A pear tree also grows in this courtyard.[3]


In the 1980s, Jacob's sibling went here to play Gobstones with their friends.[4]

In the middle of the 1993–1994 school year, the Trio walked past this courtyard in order to get to Hagrid's Hut. At the end of the 1993–1994 school year, after getting his new Firebolt, Harry Potter took it out to this courtyard and rid it into the skies.

Behind the scenes

The courtyard in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4


Notes and references

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Exterior Walkway · Training Grounds · Secret room near the Training Grounds · Hagrid's Hut · Hagrid's pumpkin patch · Hagrid's garden · Secret Garden · Forbidden Forest · Hogwarts greenhouses · Sundial Garden · Gatehouse · Quidditch Pitch · Incendio Challenge · Quidditch Gate · Quidditch viaduct · Broomshed · Entrance Gates · Entrance footpath · Pixie water well · Clock Tower Courtyard · Wooden Bridge · Road to Hogwarts · Ravenclaw Duelling Arena · Quidditch Training Pitch · Gargoyle Gate · White Tomb · Great Lake · Bowtruckle Island · Ravine · Road to Hogsmeade · Lawn by Forbidden Forest · Path to Owlery · Path to the Whomping Willow · Quidditch Changing Rooms