Stardew Valley: How to Open the Mines

How to Open the Mines in Stardew Valley

Recommended Videos

In Stardew Valley, it’s not just about farming and fishing. No, you can also be an adventurer, slaying monsters and getting treasure. This is all done within the mines of Pelican Town, which are found east of the Carpenter’s Shop and north of the Adventurer’s guild. Basically, the northeast of town on your map will point you to them. However, they are blocked off by a bunch of boulders when you first stroll into town.

So, how do you get access to them? Patience, padawan. On the fifth day, you’ll get a letter letting you know that you can actually go into them. This will open up a wealth of quests as you work to prove you are the greatest adventurer to ever join the Guild. Be ready to face floors upon floors of enemies, loot, and rocks to destroy. This is the only place to get a lot unique drops, fish, and is also the easiest place to get a wealth of ores. Remember your pickaxe and weapon above all else as you set out to go through the mines. It can get pretty dangerous down there.

If you need any other help with Stardew Valley, check out our wiki!


Twinfinite is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article Onepiecedle Answers Today – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
Onepiecedle cover art
Read Article Narutodle Answers – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
Narutodle logo and cover
Read Article LoLdle Answers Today – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
LoLdle front page
Related Content
Read Article Onepiecedle Answers Today – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
Onepiecedle cover art
Read Article Narutodle Answers – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
Narutodle logo and cover
Read Article LoLdle Answers Today – Hints & No Spoilers (May 29)
LoLdle front page
Author
Yamilia Avendano
Yami was the founder of Twinfinite having written for the site since its inception in 2012 through until she sold it to the GAMURS Network in March 2022. Yami has been playing games since 1991, with a penchant for anything in the simulation and action genres. The Sims 4 has consumed thousands of hours of Yami's life, and she's totally ok with it.