On 6th February 2022, Her Majesty The Queen became the first British monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee, i.e. H. seventy years of service after acceding to the throne on February 6, 1952, aged just 25.
To celebrate this historic event, we are releasing three new royal-themed puzzles. Jubi
This popular jigsaw puzzle full of royal smiles has been reissued to honor her extraordinary seventy year reign. As Britain's longest-serving head of state and the world's oldest reigning monarch, our amazing Queen is probably the most photographed person in history. In this puzzle we see her many facial expressions - regal, joyful, intrigued, thoughtful, happy... and glorious. This 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle was designed by the talented Robert Opie.
This glorious jigsaw puzzle celebrates highlights of Her Majesty's reign, from her visits to the Commonwealth to the London 2012 Olympic Games. Puzzlers will recognize these highlights as they piece together this 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle created by Victor McLindon.
Royal CelebrationThis 4th Anniversary puzzle illustrated by Daniel Rodgers x 500 pieces features four of the events taking place over the four day UK Bank Holiday weekend in June: The Derby at Epsom Downs, the Party at the Palace concert, the Queen's carriage at Trooping the Color and of course a street party for the ""Great Jubilee Lunch""!
This 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle celebrates the characters that made Britain what it is today...in dove form! Illustrated by the talented Alice Tams, this puzzle is full of weird, wacky and quite feathered versions of some popular British talent... who do you recognise?
London is one of the most famous travel destinations in the world. It has something for everyone, from history to culture, from art to architecture. Visitors to London can enjoy a wealth of galleries, museums and popular tourist attractions such as the London Eye and Buckingham Palace nestled amongst beautiful parks and open spaces.
The city is steeped in history and tourists from all over the world come to discover the narrow streets and old inns alongside impressive buildings such as Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. The heart of the city is the River Thames, with Greenwich, the London Eye and Hampton Court Palace on its banks.