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Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Wooden Door (placed).png

Boreal Wood Door.png Mushroom Door.png Steampunk Door.png
Type FurnitureMechanism
Placeable Yes
Dimensions 2 wide ˣ 3 high
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Rarity Rarity Level: 0
Sell 40 Copper Coin
2 Gold Coin (Golden Door)
Internal Item ID: 25
Internal Tile ID: 10 (Closed), 11 (Open)
All placed doors, shown here in their open-left, closed, and open-right configurations. Click the image to view a summary of each row.
Doors are furniture items that prevent enemies from entering an area when closed. Players can open them with . Doors can be placed in any space so long as it is exactly three blocks high, with ceiling and floor blocks.

Friendly NPCs will open and close doors during the day as they wander about.

Enemies that follow the Fighter AI can open doors, with a few exceptions. Additionally, Goblin Peons can remove doors entirely on contact, while Angry Bones and Butchers can open them with one hit.

Doors can also be opened and closed via Wires. If you put wire on the door's hinge, then wiring will toggle the door's closed/open state upon activation, but if you put wires on the side tiles, where the door opens, then wiring will only close the door.

The Lihzahrd Door occurs naturally at the entrance to the Jungle Temple, and initially requires a Temple Key to open. Once unlocked, it can be freed with a pickaxe, and placed again by the player like any other door. Lihzahrd Doors can also be crafted, but its crafting station can only be obtained after opening the initial door, and the ingredients require the Picksaw (or better) to mine, which is dropped by Golem.

Lihzahrd Temple Door.png Lihzahrd Door locked graphic.

Apart from the standard doors listed here, there also exist Trap Doors and Tall Gates, which behave similarly. Also every block can be used like a (Switch toggled) door via Actuators.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Result IngredientsCrafting Station
Wooden Door.png
Wooden Door 
Internal Item ID: 25
Wood.pngWood (6) Work Bench.png Work Bench
Boreal Wood Door.png
Boreal Wood Door Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Internal Item ID: 2561
Boreal Wood.pngBoreal Wood (6)
Palm Wood Door.png
Palm Wood Door Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Internal Item ID: 2528
Palm Wood.pngPalm Wood (6)
Rich Mahogany Door.png
Rich Mahogany Door 
Internal Item ID: 651
Rich Mahogany.pngRich Mahogany (6)
Ebonwood Door.png
Ebonwood Door 
Internal Item ID: 650
Ebonwood.pngEbonwood (6)
Shadewood Door.png
Shadewood Door 
Internal Item ID: 912
Shadewood.pngShadewood (6)
Pearlwood Door.png
Pearlwood Door 
Internal Item ID: 652
Pearlwood.pngPearlwood (6)
Dynasty Door.png
Dynasty Door Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Internal Item ID: 2265
Dynasty Wood.pngDynasty Wood (6)
Spooky Door.png
Spooky Door 
Internal Item ID: 1815
Spooky Wood.pngSpooky Wood (6)
Pine Door.png
Pine Door 
Internal Item ID: 1924
Pine Tree Block.pngPine Tree Block (6)
Cactus Door.png
Cactus Door 
Internal Item ID: 816
Cactus.pngCactus (6)
Pumpkin Door.png
Pumpkin Door 
Internal Item ID: 1793
Pumpkin.pngPumpkin (6)
Mushroom Door.png
Mushroom Door 
Internal Item ID: 818
Glowing Mushroom.pngGlowing Mushroom (6)
Meteorite Door.png
Meteorite Door Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 3129
Meteorite Brick.pngMeteorite Brick (6)
Granite Door.png
Granite Door Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 3131
Smooth Granite Block.pngSmooth Granite Block (6)
Marble Door.png
Marble Door Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 3130
Smooth Marble Block.pngSmooth Marble Block (6)
Martian Door.png
Martian Door Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 2815
Martian Conduit Plating.pngMartian Conduit Plating (6)
Crystal Door.png
Crystal Door Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 3888
Crystal Block.pngCrystal Block (15)
Honey Door.png
Honey Door (3DS logo.svg
Internal Item ID: 1711
Crispy Honey Block.pngCrispy Honey Block (6)
Bone Door.png
Bone Door (3DS logo.svg
Internal Item ID: 820
Bone.pngBone (6)
Iron Door.png
Iron Door 
Internal Item ID: 1140
Iron Bar.pngIron Bar (4) Iron Anvil.png Iron Anvil /
Lead Anvil.png Lead Anvil
Lead Door.png
Lead Door 
Internal Item ID: 1139
Lead Bar.pngLead Bar (4)
Living Wood Door.png
Living Wood Door 
Internal Item ID: 819
Wood.pngWood (6) Living Loom.png Living Loom Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Glass Door.png
Glass Door Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Internal Item ID: 1709
Glass.pngGlass (6) Glass Kiln.png Glass Kiln Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Steampunk Door.png
Steampunk Door 
Internal Item ID: 1712
Cog.pngCog (6) Steampunk Boiler.png Steampunk Boiler Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Skyware Door.png
Skyware Door 
Internal Item ID: 837
Sunplate Block.pngSunplate Block (6) Sky Mill.png Sky Mill Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Frozen Door.png
Frozen Door Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Internal Item ID: 2044
Ice Block.pngIce Block (6) Ice Machine.png Ice Machine Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Honey Door.png
Honey Door 
Internal Item ID: 1711
Honey Block.pngHoney Block (6) Honey Dispenser.png Honey Dispenser Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Slime Door.png
Slime Door 
Internal Item ID: 2576
Slime Block.pngSlime Block (6) Solidifier.png Solidifier
Bone Door.png
Bone Door 
Internal Item ID: 820
Bone.pngBone (6) Bone Welder.png Bone Welder Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Flesh Door.png
Flesh Door 
Internal Item ID: 817
Flesh Block.pngFlesh Block (6) Flesh Cloning Vat.png Flesh Cloning Vat Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png
Lihzahrd Door.png
Lihzahrd Door 
Internal Item ID: 1137
Lihzahrd Brick.pngLihzahrd Brick (6) Lihzahrd Furnace.png Lihzahrd Furnace Desktop VersionConsole VersionMobile only.png

Noncraftable Doors[edit | edit source]

Door Notes
Dungeon Door.png Dungeon Door
Internal Item ID: 1138
Furniture found in the Dungeon.
Blue Dungeon Door.png Blue Dungeon Door
Internal Item ID: 1411
Furniture found in the Dungeon.
Green Dungeon Door.png Green Dungeon Door
Internal Item ID: 1412
Furniture found in the Dungeon.
Pink Dungeon Door.png Pink Dungeon Door
Internal Item ID: 1413
Furniture found in the Dungeon.
Obsidian Door.png Obsidian Door
Internal Item ID: 1458
Found in Ruined houses, does not disappear in lava.
Golden Door.png Golden Door
Internal Item ID: 1710
Dropped by Pirates. Sell for 2 Gold Coin.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Doors open to the left or right based on which direction you face, rather than the direction you are coming from. For example, if a player stands to the left of a door and faces left, the door will open toward the player - to the left. If the player doesn't move and then turns to the right and opens the door, it will now open to the right.
  • Putting a platform or furniture (such as a torch or even a second door) on one side of the door prevents it from being opened in that direction. This is useful to keep houses safe from Zombies during the Blood Moon or most Goblins, as they'll always attempt to open the doors inward, while still allowing NPCs to go in and out as they please.
  • Doors can also hold back water.
  • Doors (except for Obsidian Doors) will break automatically if exposed to lava while open, but will hold back lava like they would water while closed. However even obsidian doors may break when closed while being submerged in lava.
  • Digging a 2 block wide, 1 block deep hole in front of a door will prevent zombies and other enemies with fighter AI from opening it.
  • Dimensions for doors are 2*3 when open, otherwise they are 1*3.
  • Doors can fling players a few blocks by grappling to them and opening it while still attached.

History[edit | edit source]

  • 1.3.5: Crystal Door introduced.
  • Meteorite, Granite, Marble, and Martian Doors added.
  • 1.2.4: Palm Wood, Boreal Wood and Slime Doors added.
  • 1.2.3: Frozen Door introduced, Changed crafting station for most doors.
  • 1.2.2: Pine Door introduced.
  • 1.2.1: Pumpkin Door and Spooky Door introduced.
  • Steampunk Door, Glass Door, Honey Door and Golden Door introduced.
  • 1.2: Many new variations introduced.
  • 1.0.6: Wooden Door now has a new appearance.
Gold Ore.png Ore • Gold Bar.png Bar • Gold Brick.png Brick • Gold Brick Wall.png Brick Wall • Gold Coin.png Coin • Gold Dust.png Dust • Golden Carp.png Carp • Golden Crate.png Crate • Golden Chair.png Chair • Golden Table.png Table • Golden Bed.png Bed • Golden Dresser.png Dresser • Golden Sofa.png Sofa • Throne.png Throne • Gold Chest.png Chest ( Golden Chest.png Golden)

Golden Bookcase.png Bookcase • Golden Clock.png Clock • Golden Piano.png Piano • Golden Door.png Door • Golden Toilet.png Toilet • Golden Bathtub.png Bathtub • Gold Chandelier.png Chandelier ( Golden Chandelier.png Golden) • Candelabra.png Candelabra ( Golden Candelabra.png Golden) • Candle.png Candle ( Golden Candle.png Golden) • Golden Lamp.png Lamp • Golden Lantern.png Lantern • Golden Sink.png Sink

Gold Pickaxe.png Pickaxe • Gold Axe.png Axe • Gold Hammer.png Hammer • Golden Fishing Rod.png Fishing Rod • Gold Shortsword.png Shortsword • Gold Broadsword.png Broadsword • Gold Bow.png Bow • Ruby Staff.png Ruby Staff • Gold Chainmail.png Armor • Gold Crown.png Crown • Gold Watch.png Watch • Flask of Gold.png Flask • Golden Bullet.png Bullet • Golden Key.png Key
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