|This article is about a/an villain base in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.|
The Moon Palace was a large structure of unknown construction, though it was believed to have been built to protect the Zeo Crystal, as it was placed directly above where it was kept. It laid dormant for 10,000 years until Rita escaped from her Dumpster and immediately set up residence inside.
During her original attacks on Earth, Rita and her servants often spent their time on the observation balconies, which gave Rita the perfect place to set up her long-range telescope (referred to as the Repulsascope) and spy on the Power Rangers. When Lord Zedd returned to conquer the Earth himself, he claimed a higher floor of the Moon Palace and turned it into his personal throne room, which became the new preferred location for everybody to meet. Other major areas in the palace included a large laboratory (adjoining Rita's balcony) where Finster worked to create monsters and other evil devices, dungeons for containing intruders, and various doorways to other dimensions (which Rita and Zedd used regularly to trap humans and the Rangers in).
In the beginning of Power Rangers Zeo, the Moon Palace fell under attack by the Machine Empire, which forced Zedd and Rita to abandon their home as it was reduced to a barely-standing wreck, which they then put up for sale. Whether or not they moved back in after Zeo was unknown, though a scene in Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie featured Zedd and Rita trying to get some sleep in a room that may or may not have been a part of Moon Palace. At the end of Power Rangers in Space, the Moon Palace was presumably abandoned and/or destroyed.
- In the first season, the Moon Palace has neon letters spelling out the name of Rita's Super Sentai counterpart, Witch Bandora.