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This spring. These waters are rich with the power of Neverland. It's what keeps this land and all on it so... young.
Peter Pan to Killian Jones src

The Spring of Neverland is a Neverland location featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time. It appears in the fifth episode of the third season.


The waterfall is located on Dead Man's Peak. It is what powers Neverland and keeps it and everyone on it young. Its entrance is protected by a set of dreamshade plants before Pan magically manipulated the plants to gain a pass. ("Good Form")

It is said that if one was to drink directly from it, its power could cure any ill. But as Pan says, all magic comes with a price, and this spring is no exception. The price is that after drinking it, the spring makes a connection with the user and Neverland, making it impossible for them to leave the island without turning them back to their old state, which is how they were before they drink from it. It is so powerful that it can even cure the poison of dreamshade. ("Good Form")

One can still stock some of its water and keep drinking it outside of Neverland. However, they'll still meet their ultimate demise as soon as the waters' effects are gone. ("Good Form")


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  1. Abrams, Natalie (April 13, 2017). The Hot Seat: Once Upon a Time bosses answer burning Qs. Entertainment Weekly. “Will we get an explanation of how Neverland still exists if the magic that created it was dying? KITSIS: I would say that the magic that created it was dying, which only affected Peter Pan, who wanted to live forever. It is now a refuge for lost people to come and have bonfires and their own Coachella-like parties. HOROWITZ: They're not being sustained by magic or given immortality anymore. It's now a feral, scary island.”

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