This post is dedicated to the young architects and architecture fans out there. If you like historical buildings, famous buildings or just plain and simple buildings, you will definitely enjoy some of the 3D puzzles available on the market.
You won’t probably achieve the glory of Alexandre Gustave Eiffel even if you manage to successfully reproduce his famous tower, but you will enjoy yourself and you will be able to decorate your house with a hand-built Eiffel Tower that looks nearly as good as the original.
If cheese is not your food and France is not your thing, there are some other buildings that you can assemble, such as the Chrysler Building, the Lincoln Memorial, the London Tower Bridge or the Statue of Liberty.
You won’t have too many pieces to assemble, as these 3D puzzles are usually composed of less than one hundred pieces, but the final product is definitely worth it. And the work you have to put into it will make you appreciate it even more.
If the classic puzzles can be framed and displayed on the walls of your house, these 3D puzzles can be displayed on your desk or on a shelf in the house. And because they are 3D, some of them can offer you more than just an object to look at. Some of the buildings, such as the Big Ben, have LED lighting. Others, like the Discover the World Puzzle ball, have an educational purpose.
That’s not everything, but we will let you discover the rest of the joys of 3D jigsaw puzzle buildings for yourself.