Turkey Day hearth (New Horizons)

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Turkey Day Series
Turkey Day hearth
Variation shown: Fall harvest
Buy price Sell price
 13,000 Bells  3,250 Bells
Height Size
2.0 x 1.0 2.0 × 1.0
Obtain via  Nook's Cranny (Seasonal)
 Franklin (Turkey Day)
Recipe Campfire
30× Stone
10× Clay
Recipe type Housewares (#622)
Recipe obtained via  Cozy Turkey Day DIY
Customize  Cyrus:  3,800 Bells
Remake kit 5 kits
Variations 2 variations
HHA themes Living room / Party
HHA points 231
Turkey Day hearth's Fall harvest variant
Turkey Day hearth's Spring blooming variant
Names in other languages
 하베스트 난로
 âtre fête du partage
 âtre fête du partage
 chimenea Día del Pavo
 chimenea Día del Pavo
 caminetto primizie
 камин «День изобилия»

The Turkey Day hearth is a customizable houseware furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 1.6.0 Free Winter Update. The item's top surface can be used to place smaller items, such as miscellaneous furniture.

The Turkey Day hearth can be obtained from Nook's Cranny from the day after Turkey Day to November 30, from Franklin on Turkey Day, or from crafting, which requires campfire, 30× stone, and 10× clay. The recipe for this item can be obtained from the Cozy Turkey Day DIY item, where the default variant crafted is determined by the hemisphere of which the player is in. Fall harvest is the default variant crafted by players in Northern Hemisphere islands, while Spring blooming is the default variant crafted by players in Southern Hemisphere islands. The item's theme can be customized either by using 5 customization kit or by Cyrus at Harv's Island for  3,800 Bells.

No villagers have this item in their home.

In Happy Home Paradise, no villagers or facility unlock this item for designing. It can only be used once the player's DIY catalog is unlocked after completing the 15th vacation home.


The Turkey Day hearth has 2 variations.

Fall harvest


Spring blooming


Turkey Day Hearth (Fall Harvest) NH Icon.png Turkey Day Hearth (Spring Blooming) NH Icon.png

Version differences

Prior to version 2.0, the Turkey Day hearth variant body part was named "Design".