Monopoly Squares List

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Squares on a Monopoly board are also known as spaces. Most of them are actually rectangle-shapes, but still, Monopoly squares is the familiar name by which many of us know them.

Every other guide I’ve found lists only the Monopoly properties (i.e. the ones you can build houses and hotels on). So, in this list, I’ve included every square, including railroads, utilities, the jail space and so on.

Monopoly Squares

Read on for a list of the Monopoly board squares for both the US and UK versions of Monopoly. I’ll then answer some common questions that people often ask about the Monopoly squares.

List of Monopoly Squares (US Version)

Here are the Monopoly Squares in the order that they appear on the board:

  • Go
  • Mediterranean Avenue
  • Community Chest
  • Baltic Avenue
  • Income Tax
  • Reading Railroad
  • Oriental Avenue
  • Chance
  • Vermont Avenue
  • Connecticut Avenue
  • Jail / Just Visiting
  • St. Charles Place
  • Electric Company
  • States Avenue
  • Virginia Avenue
  • Pennsylvania Railroad
  • St. James Place
  • Community Chest
  • Tennessee Avenue
  • New York Avenue
  • Free Parking
  • Kentucky Avenue
  • Chance
  • Indiana Avenue
  • Illinois Avenue
  • B. & O. Railroad
  • Atlantic Avenue
  • Ventnor Avenue
  • Water Works
  • Marvin Gardens
  • Go To Jail
  • Pacific Avenue
  • North Carolina Avenue
  • Community Chest
  • Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Short Line
  • Chance
  • Park Place
  • Luxury Tax
  • Boardwalk

List of Monopoly Squares (UK Version)

Here are the Monopoly Squares in the order that they appear on the UK board:

  • Go
  • Old Kent Road
  • Community Chest
  • Whitechapel Road
  • Income Tax
  • Kings Cross Station
  • The Angel Islington
  • Chance
  • Euston Road
  • Pentonville Road
  • Jail / Just Visiting
  • Pall Mall
  • Electric Company
  • Whitehall
  • Northumberland Avenue
  • Marylebone Station
  • Bow Street
  • Community Chest
  • Marlborough Street
  • Vine Street
  • Free Parking
  • Strand
  • Chance
  • Fleet Street
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Fenchurch St. Station
  • Leicester Square
  • Coventry Street
  • Water Works
  • Piccadilly
  • Go To Jail
  • Regent Street
  • Oxford Street
  • Community Chest
  • Bond Street
  • Liverpool St. Station
  • Chance
  • Park Lane
  • Super Tax
  • Mayfair

After taking a closer look at the UK Monopoly board you can also view the locations of the Monopoly streets on a map of London.

Monopoly Squares FAQs

How many squares are on a Monopoly board?

A classic Monopoly board has 40 squares – 22 colored streets, 4 railroads, 2 utilities, 3 Chance squares, 3 Community Chest squares, 2 tax squares, 1 Go, 1 Go to Jail, 1 Jail (incorporating Just Visiting), and 1 Free Parking space.

What square do you start on in Monopoly?

To start a game of Monopoly, each player should place their token on the Go space.

What are the four corner squares in Monopoly?

On a classic Monopoly board, the four corner squares are Go, Jail/Just Visiting, Free Parking, and Go To Jail.

How many Chance squares are there on a Monopoly board?

A classic Monopoly board features three Chance squares and three Community Chest squares.

The Bottom Line

A classic Monopoly board can be said to have 40 squares, although only the corner spaces are actually square!

While the US and UK versions of Monopoly have different names for most of the squares, the board layout remains the same. Other versions of Monopoly such as Monopoly Mega Edition and Monopoly Junior have different layouts with more or fewer squares on the board.

If you’re making your own Monopoly board at home, I have a full step-by-step guide to that here: How To Make Your Own Monopoly Board.

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Jenni Fielding

Jenni Fielding is the founder of Monopoly Land - an unofficial fan site. She has been a huge fan of Monopoly and has been playing the game for over 30 years. She is a stickler for the rules and loves to find vintage Monopoly sets in second-hand shops.