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A number of places and things have the name Blackfriars.
- "Black Friars" is a common name for the Dominican Order of friars or a Dominican friar; such place names indicate a current or former Dominican presence at or near the site so named:
- Blackfriars, London, site of a former priory in the City of London
- Blackfriars, Newcastle, a former priory in Newcastle upon Tyne, England
- Blackfriars, Gloucester, a former priory in Gloucester, England
- Blackfriars, Oxford, a Dominican Priory and Hall of the University of Oxford
- Blackfriars, Perth, a former priory at Perth, Scotland
- Blackfriars, Bristol, a former priory in Bristol, England
- Cambridge Blackfriars, a Dominican Priory.
- Other uses include:
- Blackfriars station, a railway station in the City of London
- Blackfriars Theatre, the name of two theatres which once stood in London
- Blackfriars Arts Centre, an arts centre in Boston, England
- Blackfriars Bridge, a bridge over the River Thames in London
- Blackfriars Bridge, Manchester, a bridge over the River Irwell in Manchester
- Blackfriars Bridge railway station a former London railway station named after the London bridge.
- Blackfriars, Greater Manchester, an inner city area of Salford, England
- Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen is built on the site of an old Dominican Priory, and uses "Blackfriars" as a house name, and as the name for the newly completed junior school building. One of the four streets surrounding the school is called "Blackfriars Street" for the same reason.
- Blackfriars Playhouse, the American Shakespeare Center's theater in Staunton, Virginia