Connor's House - the current residence of Connor located next to Amaya and Greg's home. Only the inside of his bedroom is shown.
Amaya's House - the current residence of Amaya located next to Connor and Greg's home. Amaya's house is of a triangular shape in comparison to the other homes of the PJ Masks. Only the inside of her bedroom is shown.
Greg's House - the current residence of Greg located next to Connor and Amaya's home. Only the inside of his bedroom is shown.
Milk Shake Shop - a place that is located at the neighborhood where the PJ Masks reside, beside Greg's house, where people buy milk shakes.
School - the place where Connor, Amaya, Greg, Cameron and the rest of their classmates mainly attend.
PJ Masks Headquarters - the secret place where the PJ Masks meet up to discuss the current situation, who's involved, what to do, and which vehicle to take.
Museum - a rectangular place that contains artifacts and historical items and a frequent target for the nighttime villains.
Like the location's mainstream counterpart, it is located in Paris, France according to its producers of the show. However, in the series, the continuity of the exact location or country in which Tarabiscoville is located is often incorrect and erroneous, and varies from episode to episode. The reason for this behavior is unknown.
However, despite being located in Paris, the city's traditions and lifestyle are Americanized instead of staying true to its original French traditions and lifestyle. In fact, some of the fans thought that there's a US or a different European setting for Tarabiscoville, despite being located in its actual France setting:
In "Halloween Tricksters", the children of the city are seen trick-or-treating; a tradition most prevalent in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Puerto Rico, and northwestern and central Mexico.
In "Gekko Saves Christmas", it starts to snow, proving Tarabiscoville is at least in on the Northern Hemisphere.
The following episodes all give the erroneous locations for Tarabiscoville (except for the first one) below:
In "Owlette's Luna Trouble", when Romeo fires Luna Girl's Luna Magnet from Tarabiscoville to the Moon, the beam can be seen that it was fired offcoast the southern parts of India.
In "Owlette Comes Clean", when Luna Girl fires her Luna Magnet by using the Museum's telescope from Tarabiscoville to the Moon, the beam can be seen that it was fired at the southern parts of India.
In "Moon Madness", when Luna Girl fires the moon beam from her Lunar Fortress to Tarabiscoville, the beam can be seen heading for Panama, a country in Central-America.
Another difference that makes this version of Tarabiscoville so different to its picture book counterparts is that it's an rearranged and abridged version of the location containing minor differences:
The city lacks neon lights at buildings.
The buildings don't have banners displayed in the French language.
Posters and books that are seen in the city is only written in garbled, gibberish text.
The city's skies lacks clouds and always has clear weather.
The city is smaller in size than its book counterpart and lacks certain locations and details that are based on the real-life Paris such as a harbor, a clock tower, skyscrapers and arch bridges which can only be seen in the picture book series.
Connor's house is the only one out of the three that has a garage.