5 Coolest Minecraft Mine Entrance Design Ideas

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Whether you want to have fun or look for a way to progress further in the game, mining is an essential activity in Minecraft.

Most people choose to dig a staircase leading deep underground, while the rest just did straight down and forget all the Minecraft rules.

But have you ever thought about designing your own cave in Minecraft? Let’s see the top 5 Minecraft mine entrance design ideas!

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To decorate your mine entrance in Minecraft, it’s important to have blocks related to mining. You can use rails, minecarts with chests, furnaces, or even TNTs in them. Sometimes, a few barrels or chests could make the mine entrance look better by creating a feeling of someone actually living here. Alternatively, putting some ores inside the entrance can make the scenery look good too!


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Minecraft Mine Entrance Design Ideas

Depending on the different biome your mine is located in or your preferred theme, you have different ways to build your mine entrance in Minecraft.

Thanks to Avomance and disruptive builds, we’ll showcase industrial, jungle, taiga (or medieval), mesa, and savanna mine entrance design ideas!

1. Industrial Mine Entrance

Materials: Block of Coppers, Exposed Coppers, Cut Coppers, Cut Copper Slabs, Lightning Rods, Stone Brick Slabs, Stone Buttons, Barrels, Minecart with TNTs, Pistons, Lanterns, and a Block of Redstone.

Nothing is manual these days and so do mining in Minecraft.

Since mining can be fun and stressful at the same time, people have decided to use automatic machines to destroy entire chunks instead of manually mining.

And with that being said, it makes sense to build an industrial mine entrance design with some coppers and stone bricks. Plus, you can get those two primary materials quite easily in the early stage of Minecraft.

2. Jungle Mine Entrance

Materials: Moss, Mossy Cobblestones, Mossy Cobblestone Slabs, Mossy Stone Bricks, Pointed Dripstones, Vines, Glow Berries, Coarse Dirts, Podzols, Bamboos, Stone Stairs, Barrels, Minecart with TNTs, and some Ores.

The jungle is always a mystery biome with a lot of mossy stuff, as well as it’s the home of the tall bamboo in Minecraft.

That’s why it’s a great idea to combine your mine entrance with mossy ancient structures right inside of it. Despite the fact that you will need a lot of mossy blocks, it really worth the effort!

By putting rare minerals right in the middle and surrounding them with a lava lake, you can highlight the ores and make it challenging for intruders to enter your mine.

3. Taiga Mine Entrance

Materials: Spruce Logs, Spruce Stairs, Spruce Fences, Spruce Slabs, Spruce Trapdoors, Stone Buttons, Lanterns, Chains, Mossy Cobblestones, Cobblestones Stairs, Stone Bricks Stairs, Mossy Stone Bricks, Coarse Dirts, Gravels, Dirt Paths, Andesites, TNTs, Spruce Leaves, and some Ores.

By far spruce is the most favorite wood type in the game. And every structure created with it also comes with a great rating!

This spruce mine entrance design idea is perfectly balanced when its highlights the dark of the wood with the white stone background. Outside, you can see the greenery because of the grasses, leaves, and ferns.

With some lanterns and miscellaneous blocks, this design is perfect for most Minecraft players!

4. Savanna Mine Entrance

Materials: Chiseled Polished Blackstones, Polished Blackstone Slabs, Polished Blackstone Brick Stairs, Polished Blackstones, Lanterns, Chains, Weeping Vines, Cobwebs, Spruce Trapdoors, Spruce Logs, Dark Oak Fence Gates, Spruce Fences, and other path and ore blocks.

Although this design is intended to use in savanna biomes, you can also apply this entrance idea to other biomes because of the great block pattern.

Most blocks here require you to venture into the Nether, like the Blackstones and Weeping Vines, so building a mine entrance in the Nether dimension is also a great idea!

In the world of yellowish things in Savanna, this dark entrance will stand out to make it easier to locate your mining area. So if you want something unique, let’s try this design!

5. Mesa Mine Entrance

Materials: Acacia Logs, Acacia Slabs, Oak Fences, Oak Stairs, Spruce Wood, Spruce Trapdoors, Chains, Lanterns, Acacia Buttons, Rails, Minecarts with TNTs, a Crafting Table, an Anvil, and lots of Gold Ores.

Everyone knows that mesa (or badlands biomes) is the number one source of gold in Minecraft. So why not make it more clearly with this design?

By showing off a lot of gold ores at the entrance, the others immediately know that this is the gate to your mining area.

And to put a lovely cherry on top, you could use minecarts, rails, and other smithing-related blocks at the entrance for more details.


That concludes the best Minecraft mine entrance design ideas!

Let’s decorate your entrance so it’s not boring the next you go mining, miners!

Binh Tran

I'm an enthusiast who has played video games for 10 years, as well as other survival/idle/RPG/FPS games. At Gamer Empire, I think, write, and grind for the best content!

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