Best Minecraft Seeds 2021

Minecraft has a lot to offer and you can get the best out of it by using great Minecraft seeds. Here is the ultimate list of the best Minecraft seeds.

From game-changing mods to visually stunning shaders, Minecraft offers players total freedom to play how they want, including having a say in their world’s layout.

This is achieved by generating different worlds using specific numerical values called “seeds,” which introduce unique biomes, resources, mobs, and more.

In this list, we’ll highlight the best Minecraft seeds in 2021, including the best Minecraft seeds for diamonds and the best Minecraft seeds at spawn.

We’ll be updating this list with new seeds in the future, so make sure to check back and let us know if we missed any of your favorite ones!

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Minecraft players have spent years trying to track down the elusive world that appears in the game’s title screen until a group of Reddit researchers managed to track down its precise seed.

Now anyone can reach the iconic vista by loading into the world and traveling to the following coordinates: X=61.48, Y=75, Z=-68.73.

If you’re interested in becoming a slime farmer, then you’ll probably want to set up shop near a swamp biome and wait until nightfall to harvest the little guys.

Also included with this seed is a village located near the swamp where you can start your slime operation, packs of wolves you can turn friendly, and a small cave overflowing with Endermen.

Considering obsidian is typically found in the End, it’s not the kind of resource you’ll find just laying around any old place.

With this seed, you’ll spawn in a series of sprawling villages complete with a crop farm, Nether portal, bodies of water, and a conveniently placed lava pool that will streamline your obsidian gathering. 

The aptly named Icy Spire seed is immediately recognizable by the tall frosty spindle located in the center of the map and features mobs of rabbits, wolves, and polar bears.

Next to the spire, you’ll find a small snowcapped village with a half-constructed Nether Portal and small pools of lava that can help with obsidian farming.

Another seed for transporting yourself to a winter wonderland, this one includes a nearby survival island where you can gather essential resources before settling in inside an igloo.

The island can also be used for mining, allowing you to harvest precious minerals underground to break up the time spent chasing down adorable polar bears across the icy tundra.

If you’re in the mood for some swashbuckling adventures, then this next seed is brimming with nautical secrets among the seabed. 

It sees you spawning in a charming little town occupied by a villager who constructed their home using pieces of a ship’s hull, with even bigger wreckages to discover by exploring the ocean floor.

This seed is packed with resources to keep you alive, including an abundance of fish for sustenance and a warm cabin to lay your head at night.

Explore around a bit, and you’ll come across a series of marvelous mountains surrounded by a vibrant coral reef that’s perfect for relaxing.

The last winter-themed seed we’ll be recommending drops you right in the thick of a snowy forest with igloos to find, one of which contains a hidden basement under a rug.

Here, we’ll find a small underground base with its own brewery and an abundance of storage, though you’ll have to first get rid of the zombie villager guarding it.

Designed for passionate equestrian lovers, this seed has you spawning on the edge of a massive desert village occupied by horses.

Within the village, you’ll find chests filled with fantastic goodies like diamond horse armor, saddles, gold ingots, and obsidian—everything a professional Minecraft horse rider could need.

Some Minecraft seeds can get really nuts with geography to the point they rival real nature, such as this one which prominently features a mountain joined by two peaks to create a stunning arch.

It’s complemented by an impressive waterfall and rolling hills that make for the perfect spot to draft up your very own secret base.

Simplicity is often described as the essence of happiness, and we can see why after looking at this seed that spawns you near a blacksmith shop containing iron leggings, chestplate, sword, apples, and diamonds.

Beyond the village, you’ll also encounter a desert temple housing countless treasures in its chests, including gold, iron, and more diamonds.

After a while, you may find yourself growing bored with Minecraft’s default biomes to the point you crave something new and exciting.

With this seed, you’ll spawn within walking distance of a vast island overflowing with giant mushrooms and red cows for your amusement.

This seed spawns you a few meters away from a staggeringly large mountainous region whose peaks barely scrape the clouds.

However, the main focus is a collection of cascading water and lava falls that can be used to make obsidian or simply admired from a distance.

While you’ll find no shortage of Minecraft seeds featuring desert and jungle temples, there aren’t as many maps focusing on underwater exploration.

This seed spices things up by pitting you against mobs of challenging aquatic enemies, for which you’ll be rewarded with countless treasures and secrets throughout the temple’s many rooms. 

Anyone who’s ever caught gold fever in Minecraft will know just how amazing it feels to stumble upon those shiny yellow blocks while mining.

This seed spawns you by a deep ravine that goes on for miles, though you won’t have to travel too far to find what you came for since there’s plenty of ore near the surface.

This next seed is perfect for budding Minecraft mountaineers who crave adventure and are willing to hike anywhere to find it.

It spawns you at the cloud level of an impressively big mountainous structure with plateau areas containing savanna biome trees and other geographical wonders.

Some of us don’t have time to mill about exploring different maps just to experience all of Minecraft’s biomes, so why not keep things simple and squeeze them all together.

The Many Biomes seed brings all biome types together in a condensed 2km² map that’s easy to get around and provides some visual contrast between each region.

Minecraft players can never get enough diamonds, so this next seed is beneficial for loading up on the coveted gemstones.

It spawns you near two desert temples filled with treasure, including one housing diamonds and emeralds; there are also two nearby villages, one of which has a blacksmith.

Taking on a Nether Rush challenge in Minecraft can be a daunting task even for the most hardened players who have seen it all.

This seed takes some of the busy work out of preparing for a Nether Rush by dropping you between plains and desert biomes within range of two villages, plenty of trees, and surface-level lava.

After you’ve completed an exceptionally tough Nether Rush, why not unwind with a relaxing stroll through a picturesque forest complete with snow-capped hills and winding rivers.

This seed goes a long way towards reliving fond memories of playing Minecraft for the first time, especially if you do so while listening to the game’s soundtrack. 

Some of the best seeds are the ones that require you to venture off the beaten path for some deep exploring. This one combines a fairly basic desert biome with an Extreme Hills biome just off in the distance, where you’ll encounter seaside vistas and lava falls above. 

The visual beauty of mesa biomes combined with dreadful cave spiders just itching for a chance to jump at your face.

This seed provides a reasonably challenging starting area that sees you working up the courage to clear out caves filled with deadly arachnids.

Alternatively, you can avoid the difficulties of trying to brave the mesa’s obstacles and cool off on a cluster of small islands that also serve as an exciting site for your next base.

You can push your design skills even further by constructing a unique base for each island or connect them via a network of bridges.

Another Extreme Hills seed that functions as the perfect foundation for your next sky-scraping creation.

It features an awe-inspiring mountain with ample room to build a base on top or within that’s further complemented by grasslands and savanna biomes below.

Okay, you’ll have to indulge us a bit with this next seed, which spawns you on the smallest island we’ve ever seen—one consisting of a mere three blocks.

Next to it, you’ll find another island with just three blocks; however, venture further west, and you’ll encounter a snowy region complete with essential resources. 

Pandas are among the most highly sought-after mobs in Minecraft, primarily due to how gosh darn cute they are. 

With this seed, you’ll spawn right next to some in addition to a massive bamboo forest bordering a jungle biome where you can find even black and white fur babies.  

One of the more environmentally dense seeds we’ve encountered, this one spawns you near a village with a ravine running through it that houses an exposed stronghold at the center.

Below that, you’ll find an abundance of diamonds tucked away, and beyond the desert border, you’ll come across another village with a pillager outpost.

This seed is great for ramping up the amount of danger you’ll encounter while exploring by spawning smackdab in the middle of a zombie village.

Undead enemies will quickly flock to your location, but if you manage to get out alive, fear not; another zombie horde awaits you in the next village. 

Considering woodland mansions are extremely rare in Minecraft, imagine our reaction to finding a seed that spawns you within walking distance of one.

They’re known to contain all sorts of rare materials and items, though we recommend clearing out the nearby pillager outpost beforehand to make things easier.

A couple of neat features help set this seed apart; for one, it includes an abandoned mineshaft complete with various minerals, ores, and other resources.

You’ll find it near the spawn village beneath a ravine with adjacent waterfalls and pits of lava; inside the mineshaft, there are also a handful of chests you can loot for rare items and materials.

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