For a long as I can remember, I've enjoyed a good puzzle, I've found it is one of those activities that takes all your brain power which means you can switch off from everything else and just concentrate on which puzzle pieces go together. This puzzle uses one of the most iconic buildings in London as its muse Buckingham Palace.
Just thinking about Buckingham Palace for a moment did you know that houses a whopping 775 rooms, which includes 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms and 19 State Rooms and it is decorated with priceless works of art, now that is quite some building.
However this isn't a building you can walk around and admire, it is of course a working building and somewhere we all associate with the royal family.
This very royal puzzle of Buckingham Palace, is made by Gibsons, an English company that since 1919 has been creating puzzles and games that all the family can enjoy. This particular puzzle takes a painting by Steve Crisp, that was painted in around mid-July and sees the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, leaving the Palace on the occasion of her official birthday for the Trooping of the Colour.
The puzzle itself is 1000 pieces and is made from 100% recycled board with each piece being perfectly cut, which enables for them to seamlessly join together (there is nothing worse than badly cut, flaky puzzle pieces).
I really think that this puzzle, is perfect for any puzzle lover, who perhaps also has an enjoyment of the royal family or historical buildings. The picture itself is a good print of a painting obviously done by a talented artist, what is more this well-made puzzle won't break the bank, as it only costs £12.99.
What do you think of this puzzle, are you a fan?