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Secret doors are concealed entrances into places created by the player. They are useful for a variety of things, such as protecting valuables on a multiplayer server, building a adventure map, or just for fun. Some hidden doors, such as piston doors, require a redstone opening mechanism to tell the door to open. This tutorial will attempt to cover the basics of a few different types of hidden doors. Note that some of the doors listed are well known so don't be surprised if someone spots it right away.

General tips[]

Hole in the wall[]

This is among the simplest hidden doors as it does not require any special items or tools. Additionally, it can be completely hidden as it has a manual opening mechanism. To make the door, first find a location that is not a likely mining spot. Next, break a hole in the ground or a cliff side. This hole is the entrance, the broken blocks the door. Remember to 'close' or patch the hole or else others may see it.

A few tips:

  • Take extra care that no one is around when entering as it can be slow to open and close.
  • Remember to close the door; make a habit of closing it as soon as you enter.
  • Silk Touch may be wanted if the entrance is made of stone or grass.
  • It's very easy to forget the location of the secret door, so record the coordinates of the door and write it down somewhere.

Hole in the floor[]

Almost identical to the hole in the wall, this is exactly what it sounds like. To create it, simply dig a hole in the ground, add ladders to allow upward movement, and build a base at the bottom. It may be tempting, but remember to not dig straight down. This door has the advantage of only taking up one block of space and being able to be built anywhere, not just places with walls.

Tips:

  • If the player doesn't have Silk Touch and they have a grass entrance, they may want to keep sheep around.
  • The player could make two entrances for quicker access, one a drop with water at the bottom.

Painting door[]

Painting door with item lock, side view

Painting door with item lock, top view

The painting door is one of the most well known hidden doors in Minecraft. As such, players are likely to check for secret passages even if they are not trying to invade or thieve. To create the door, start by digging a hole in a wall. Next, replace the removed blocks with ones that can hold a painting but can also be walked through. Some commonly used ones are: Signs, Fence gates, Doors, and Trapdoors. Next, cover the entrance with a painting. To do this, look at the lower left-hand corner block of the area you want covered and place. Note that you may need to crouch place if placing on a door or fence gate. If the painting turns out to be the wrong size, break it and try again. In some cases you may need more than one painting to cover everything up.

If you use a door or other block which can be powered by redstone, you can 'lock' the painting with a lever, button, or another opening mechanism. One opening mechanism unique to paintings is the use of a wooden pressure plate. Since items can be thrown through 1 block holes behind paintings, the wooden pressure plate can be used to trigger a door.

Hidden piston door[]

For secret doors involving pistons, see the Piston Uses tutorial or the step-by-step guide.

This first design is labelled for a hidden storage room, but you can easily use it to hide a full base instead

Underwater hidden door[]

Since the player's visibility is limited underwater, an underwater entrance is easier to conceal. In fact, most players will not notice a 1 block hole underwater unless they are looking for something like that. Simply dig a 1 block hole from your hidden location to the water. For extra security, it can be coupled with a piston and an opening mechanism. One simple mechanism for underwater is to use water stream to push an item onto a wooden pressure plate. It is better to have a separate entrance for the player and item so that the player cannot press the pressure plate themselves. A more simple method is to cover the entrance with kelp and/or seagrass and a warped trapdoor (as the green color blends in the water well).

Lava minecart entrance[]

Lava minecart hidden entrance

When entering a minecart, the player instantly teleports. Additionally, minecarts can be entered through lava. These mechanics can be exploited to get through a stream of lava. To build it, first, build an entrance and cover it with lava. Try to make it look like a natural lavafall. Behind the lava, place a rail and put a minecart on it. If in survival, be careful not to get burned by the lava.

Lava trapdoor[]

This entrance can be a bit dangerous, especially if the player is low on health. As shown in the schematic, after the player goes into the lava, they sink through, fall past the signs, and into the water. This design can be expanded or shrunk as needed, however it may be tricky to make it more than 2 blocks wide. To ensure your health will not run out with your difficulty settings and armor, it may be a good idea to test it for the first time with Fire Resistance. Some good hiding places for this: a beat up house with a single bucket of lava on the floor; a natural lava pool; in a decorational lava pool.

Corner door entrance[]

This door uses the fact that a wooden door when opened covers up the wall it is against. This works best with spruce, birch, dark oak, crimson, and warped doors as they cannot be seen through. It sometimes works best in a small closet, but be aware that if made too obvious, other players may discover it.

Opening mechanisms[]

Every good secret door has an equally great secret opening mechanism. Some doors, such as the painting door, do not require an opening mechanism. Others however, such as the classic Jeb door, require a redstone trigger to open.

Jukebox trigger[]

See also: Jukebox § Redstone component

This trigger can be completely hidden except for a jukebox. When a player selects and inserts the correct disc, it opens the door. When a comparator is placed next to a jukebox, it can produce a redstone signal which is unique for each disc. This method essentially acts as a key or password, since the player must use the correct disc to access the door. In addition, a jukebox is typically used as decoration rather than a redstone component, leading to a better hidden entrance. The only problem with this, however, is that the door will remain open for the duration of the song (the disc is automatically ejected from the jukebox afterwards) or until another player removes the disc.

Arrow plate trigger[]

Using a hidden wooden pressure plate, an arrow can be fired at a predetermined location, activating a door. As arrows despawn after 1 minute, the secret doorway can close automatically. If this 1 minute period is too long, pressure plates can be added inside the door to close it prematurely. It can be difficult to hide a pressure plate. Some ideas include behind a waterfall, under a lava pool, or in a fake minefield.

Another way is to place a pressure plate diagonally to a corner of a wall. When the player shoots the arrow, the pressure plate will detect the arrow through the wall, therefore opening the secret entrance.

Lava fishing trigger[]

Similar to the above, this opening mechanism uses a fishing rod and a lava pool instead of a bow and arrows. To create it, place a wooden pressure plate under a lava pool and connect it with redstone dust to a secret door. To open the door, fish onto the pressure plate and try to not look conspicuous. If the fishing bobber hits the plate, the plate should trigger the redstone, opening the door. The advantage of this over using arrows is that the door closes when you retract the bobber. Once you get good at it, the door can be opened and closed rather quickly. Additionally, other players are unlikely to waste their fishing rod's durability by fishing in lava. If someone asks why you are fishing in lava, you could use an excuse such as "I wanted to see if fishing rods burn if you fish in lava" or "I wanted to see if I could catch fish in lava" or even "I wanted to fish my pet magma cube out of the lava!" You can't fish in lava in 1.16 at least in Bedrock Edition in my experience.

Daylight trigger[]

The daylight sensor can be used to open a door only at a certain time. This works well with piston doors such as a half Jeb door. Since it is unlikely you want the door to be in plain sight when open, this may be best combined with other mechanisms to use the daylight sensor as a lock. For example, the daylight sensor could be used to open a door behind a painting. It does restrict when the player can open the door, however. This could cause problems with frequent use.

Lectern trigger[]

The lectern can be used to open a door when a written book with the correct number of pages is placed on it and turned to the proper page. This is similar to the jukebox trigger.

Block destruction trigger[]

It is possible for a redstone output to be generated as a result of a block being destroyed. To achieve this, place a redstone torch on the side of a block facing away from you. Next, set up an inverter between the block and your mechanism. When the block is destroyed, the torch will fall, the lack of input will be inverted, and the mechanism will activate. Alternatively, an Observer may be used.

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Hidden Buttons 10

Download Hidden Buttons 10 for Minecraft 1.15.2

This is the tenth part of the "Hidden Buttons" map series.

This map consists of 10 unique levels. Some of them are extremely big and challenging.

As an addition to the map, there is a bonus chest hidden on each level. Those chests contain bonus items and books with random facts from around the world.

Usually you have to pull a lever (or few of them) to unlock the way to a button.

Get ready to explore unique locations and good luck on finding those buttons (and chests)!

The map has been tested several times, and it is possible to finish without commands/cheats.

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    I want to make my storage area in this room that is hidden by a sliding piston door but having a button or switch in plain sight just takes away the mystery. Any ideas?

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    Sure, one of my favorites is using a wooden pressure plate :)

    You can toss any ol block with the drop button onto it and it will activate the door.

    Hide the plate somewhere someone won't notice like..in a design in the wall you made with blocks or something

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    _DTM_ (Topic Creator)10 years ago#3
    Hmm that gives me an idea. I can build a hottub and throw a pressure plate in it. I'll have to wire it to activate with a pressure plate on the out side and switch on the inside though so I can close it once in.

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    Pressure Plates aren't hidden very well, especially if you're playing online and someone else is using a texture pack.

    The way that I hide my switches is I don't use a true "switch" at all. i use a Redstone Torch. Redstone Torches can be placed and removed to simulate a toggle switch. You just have to remember how Redstone Torches operate: power goes up and to the sides, never down.

    I've made several secret vaults for admins on the server I play on using this idea. All you need to get in is a Redstone Torch which you could even be so bold as to put some in a chest nearby. Any thieves looking for the hidden door would have to guess the location of the door, guess the activation of the door (Redstone Torch), and finally guess the ONLY location for which the torch has to be placed to open the door. If you make the wall as bare as possible then the door is virtually undetectable.

    Think of it like this:
    To open the door, place the Redstone Torch in the proper place.
    To close the door, remove the Redstone Torch.

    The only downside to this secret activation is you can't really shut the door behind you. I suppose maybe you could find a way to do it but that still leaves a Redstone Torch on the activation point which gives thieves clues if they pass by.

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    One of my houses has a lever under the floor, which is made of wool. You could try that.

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    This seems like a the right idea for you.

    Mugu
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    I usually just place a inconspicuous torch on the ground (With others nearby of course) and have a lever to the door under that block.

    Spit at the floor, if it lands on your forehead you're walking on the ceiling.
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    I like that setup in the video.

    Other options include a button hidden behind a lavafall, or a hidden water-boat-pressureplate water sensor. (Hiding it behind lava obviously works best if you use open lava tubes for lighting throughout the area, or by making it look like the lava is part of a trap.)

    _DTM_ (Topic Creator)10 years ago#9
    craelon posted...
    Pressure Plates aren't hidden very well, especially if you're playing online and someone else is using a texture pack.

    The way that I hide my switches is I don't use a true "switch" at all. i use a Redstone Torch. Redstone Torches can be placed and removed to simulate a toggle switch. You just have to remember how Redstone Torches operate: power goes up and to the sides, never down.

    I've made several secret vaults for admins on the server I play on using this idea. All you need to get in is a Redstone Torch which you could even be so bold as to put some in a chest nearby. Any thieves looking for the hidden door would have to guess the location of the door, guess the activation of the door (Redstone Torch), and finally guess the ONLY location for which the torch has to be placed to open the door. If you make the wall as bare as possible then the door is virtually undetectable.

    Think of it like this:
    To open the door, place the Redstone Torch in the proper place.
    To close the door, remove the Redstone Torch.

    The only downside to this secret activation is you can't really shut the door behind you. I suppose maybe you could find a way to do it but that still leaves a Redstone Torch on the activation point which gives thieves clues if they pass by.


    Not sure why I never thought of that. Pretty sure if I make a second piston to push the torch off from inside of the room it would fix that other issue too.

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    I use hidden levers and inconspicuous door locations, hidden pressure plates are nice aswell

    As for the redstone torch idea, just wire it to a OR gate of sorts so it can be closed behind you, or have some of the circuit showing inside the room that you can break, so the circuit is broken closing the door

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    Can players build a hidden door in Minecraft without a button or lever?

    Minecraft players can construct a unique hidden door that utilizes an Enderman and target block instead of a secret button or lever.

    Hidden doors and secret rooms are an excellent way for Minecraft players to protect and hide their most precious and valuable items.

    It would be incredibly difficult for others to steal items if they can not even find the room or location where these goodies are hidden.

    On top of serving as an extremely protective storage space, hidden rooms can also be a great place to set as a new and safe spawn point with a bed.

    However, secret rooms are only effective if players can successfully hide the door or way to get inside them.

    Most secret rooms usually utilize a button or lever that is at least somewhat exposed and will open the entrance to a secret room when activated.

    This article showcases a buttonless hidden door build in Minecraft created and shared by Reddit user u/TheUnsatisfied.


    Can players build a hidden door in Minecraft without a button or lever?

    An arrow activating a target block in Minecraft (Image via u/TheUnsatisfied/reddit.com)

    Instead of a button or lever, Minecraft players can utilize a glitch that causes arrows to travel through blocks when an Enderman is shot between the torso and legs.

    Redditor u/TheUnsatisfied showcases his ingenious discovery and build concept in his post found here.

    Apparently, when an arrow is shot directly at an Enderman in the above body regions while they are sitting in a Minecraft, it will cause the arrow to travel through any blocks behind the target.

    This allowed u/TheUnsatisfied to entirely hide the activation mechanism that opens his secret door outside of the room. In this specific case, a target block was used instead of a button or lever to activate the Redstone that opens the hidden door.

    Knowledge of this glitch will allow players to hide the opening mechanism for a hidden door in a completely separate location from the room with the door.

    However, players should note that they will still need to understand how to build and use Redstone to use this trick in their own world.

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    Regardless, this glitch is a pretty neat discovery and opens an entire world of opportunities for creating unique hidden doors and secret rooms.

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    Hidden Buttons 10 is a finding map that was created by Scythebrine. This is the tenth part of the “Hidden Buttons” map series. This map consists of 10 unique levels. Some of them are extremely big and challenging. As an addition to the map, there is a bonus chest hidden on each level. Those chests contain bonus items and books with random facts from around the world. Usually, you have to pull a lever (or a few of them) to unlock the way to a button. Get ready to explore unique locations and good luck on finding those buttons (and chests).
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    5. Open .minecraft folder, then open saves folder.
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    Classic Hidden Buttons is a top-notch button finding map that we absolutely recommend players to try out because it pulls off the fundamentals of button finding maps with perfection. Over the years, we’ve had our share of experience with quite a lot of find the button maps that are loaded with features but, after a while, these feature filled maps tend to become overbearing and it’s usually a good thing to go back to the roots of a particular map category and the Classic Hidden Buttons map allows players to do exactly this so, if you want a simple and straightforward button finding map, this is the way to go.

    The Classic Hidden Buttons map comes with twelve different levels, and the goal in each level is to locate the hidden button and press it so that you can move onto the next level. Finding buttons sounds like a pretty easy thing to do at first but, due to how creatively they’ve all been placed, you’ll definitely to bring your best if you hope to find all the buttons in a timely manner. The first few levels are fairly easy, though, but, as the map goes on, it’ll keep becoming more and more challenging.

    One of the best things about the Classic Hidden Buttons map is the fact that it supports, and actually encourages, players, to play with at least one or more players in order to enjoy a more engaging gameplay experience. This isn’t to say that the map isn’t compatible with single player, though, because it completely is so, if you want to go through the entire adventure by yourself without anyone’s assistance, you’ll be able to do so. One important thing that you will need to keep in mind about playing single player is that you’ll struggle in certain areas of the map but, as long as you stick with it, you’ll be able to find all the buttons eventually.

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