Ravensburger has 3D puzzles for everyone. Sarah, age 17, loves doing 3D puzzles, so this is a great site for her. Her boyfriend, Josh, age 18, loves to help her build these 3D puzzles. The Neuschwanstein Castle 3D puzzle she received is amazing. It’s got 216 pieces, and is plastic, so it won’t come apart. She and Josh started putting it together the other day. They only do it about 30 minutes a day, so it’s not done yet. Sarah says that 3D puzzles can be difficult, but that’s the fun in them.
Sarah and Josh are loving this puzzle. They are just taking their time building it, to make sure it’s completely perfect.
Germany’s Neuschwanstein Castle was made famous by Disney and remains one of the most recognizable icons in the world. Construct an exact replica in amazing 3D using 216 carefully-constructed plastic puzzle pieces, including curved and hinged pieces that interlock to create a perfect copy of one of Europe’s most famous landmarks! Start at the base and work your way up – display your finished model or disassemble and enjoy the challenge of building again. •Creates a sturdy 15.5 x 8.9 x 15” model of Neuschwanstein Castle •Includes 216 plastic puzzle pieces (some hinged and curved), 99 construction parts, and illustrated tip sheet •Features patented EasyClick Technology – no delaminating, peeling, nor glue required •Pieces are numbered for easy assembly.
There are tons of puzzles to choose from at Ravensburger Puzzles. You can get regular puzzles, all the way up to 3D. The puzzles are fun for the entire family.
My son has Planes puzzles from Ravensburger, that he’s had for months, and still plays with almost every day. Jacob is nearly 4, but loves his puzzles. Of course his grandma helps him build them, but she’s trying to teach him to do them alone.
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