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ACNH Building Dimensions: Everything You Need to Know

All Building and Plot Sizes in ACNH
All Building and Plot Sizes in ACNH / Photo via Ashley Cortez / Nintendo

All the buildings in Animal Crossing: New Horizons have different size dimensions and can tend to have a hard time fitting in most places if the players are unaware.

Placing each building, facility and shop depends on the size of the building and its upgrades.

So, how big are all of the buildings?

ACNH Building Dimensons: Everything You Need to Know
Photo of a Player Home in ACNH / Photo via Nintendo

ACNH Building Dimensions: Everything You Need to Know

Below, you can find a list detailing the sizes of each building, facility and shop in ACNH:

1. Player Home

The player homes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are 5 x 4. The house is acquired by asking Tom Nook to upgrade the tent.

2. Villager Home

Villager homes are a little smaller, at 4 x 4. The player will be able to place two villager tents from the start of the game and after a few days, the tent will become a house.

3. Nook's Cranny

Nook's Cranny is one of the largest facilities in the game and is about 7 x 4 spaces. To unlock Nook's Cranny, the player must have spent and sold items to Timmy and Tommy for a total of 200,000 bells.

4. Museum

The Museum is equal in space to Nook's Cranny. It stands at 7 x 4. To unlock the museum building, the player has to donate 60 Bugs, Fish or Fossils.

5. Able Sisters

Able Sisters is 5 x 4. To unlock the building, the player has to buy clothes from Mabel when she shows up at the town's plaza .

6. Campsite

The Campsite is 4 x 4. To get the Campsite Kit, the player has to upgrade to the Resident Services building and talk to Tom Nook.

7. Bridges

Bridges are 4 spaces wide, and from there, the length will vary. Bridges are able to be built over 3-5 spaces of water.

8. Inclines

To build an incline, the player needs to have at least a 2 x 1 area on the cliff, 2 x 3 spaces on the land. The total of that would be 2 x 4.