International Museum Day is more than a single day; it is an ongoing tradition in which players will participate, and one of the mini-events begins today in Animal Crossing New Horizons! Although the Stamp Rally is one of the easier to complete, it can become difficult if you are unfamiliar with the route. The 2021 Stamp Rally celebration is identical to the one held in 2020, but this year's celebrations involve the Museum's Art Gallery. The ACNH Stamp Rally 2021 will take place from May 18 to May 31, 2021. To take part, visit the Museum and speak with Blathers. He'll explain that each exhibit at the Museum has three stamps to collect: Bug, Fish, Fossils, and Art. To complete your stamp cards and win prizes, you'll need to locate the three Stamp Rally stations located in each exhibit.
Beginning May 18, you may proceed to your Museum. Once there, you will speak with Blathers, who will inform you of the current rally's status. To summarize, the Museum is divided into three distinct parts. One for insects, fish, and fossils; while your Museum might not be as fully stocked as you had hoped, have no fear. Once you speak with Blathers, you'll learn how this new challenge will work. The challenge itself is very straightforward; you simply need to visit each of your exhibits. Once you've arrived at each spot, look for three distinct yellow stamp machines scattered along each line! That concludes our discussion! That concludes our comprehensive guide to the Stamp Rally. If you are unable to complete it today, have no fear; the event will continue until May 31. Upon completion, you will receive a plaque for each gallery worth 2500 AC bells.
All Museum Day Stamp Locations for ACNH Stamp Rally 2021
Serenity Tank — In the main room, in front of the tank holding various small freshwater fish, including the Goldfish, Angelfish, and Betta.
The Pond — In the center of the main room, in front of the holding area for various freshwater fish, including the Koi, Carp, and Black Bass.
Headwaters — In the northeast corner of the main room, where the Cherry Salmon, Char and Golden Trout are held.
Big River — On the east side of the main room, between the pond and the giant tank.
The Coast — Near the entrance of the upper room.
Coral Reef — On the highest level of the upper room, in the middle.
Icy Sea — in the northeast corner of the upper room, near the tank containing a giant icicle and housing the Sea Butterfly and various deep sea creatures, including the Scallop, Whelk, and Red King Crab.
The Deep — At the base of the giant tank in the rightmost room holding various saltwater fish, including the Tuna, Horse Mackerel and Anchovy.
Abyss — At the right side of the rightmost room, near the tank holding the Coelacanth, Barreleye, Oarfish, Football Fish, and various deep sea creatures, including the Firefly Squid, Spider Crab, and Venus Flower Basket.
The Lab — In the back room, outside of the lab area where the Paper Kite Butterfly, Fly, Mosquito, and Flea are displayed.
Bug Farms — In the back room, behind where the Dung Beetle, Tarantula, and Scorpion are displayed.
Butterfly Garden — In the right room, at the southernmost part.
Coconut Corner — In the northwest corner of the main room, near the palm trees and waterfall.
Singing Forest — Near the entrance to the main room, in front of some oak trees.
Dragonfly Bridge — In the northwest corner of the main room, on the wooden bridge behind the waterfall.
Quiet Bench — On the west side of the main room, where the isolated palm trees grow.
Hiding Bugs — In the back room, next to the entrance to the butterfly room.
Giant Tree — In the northeast corner of the main room, to the right of the large tree.
Sun-Peek Path — In the center of the main room, just in front of the stumps.
Shady Path — On the northeast side of the main room, south of the giant tree.
Synapsids — In the main room, to the right of the Dimetrodon and Juramaia.
Aquatic Reptiles — In the main room, in front of the Plesiosaurus.
Pterasaurs — In the main room, in front of the Quetzalcoatlus.
Mollusks/Arthropods — Near the entrance, on the left side.
Vertebrates — Near the entrance, on the right side.
Extinction Spot — In the center of the main room, just in front of the Diplodocus.
Cenozoic — In the middle of the last room, between the Sabertooth Tiger and Megacerops.
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