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Nature-Themed Jigsaw Puzzles — Online!

Can you put all the pieces together? We've turned some of our favorite winter photos into online jigsaw puzzles! Visit our Parks@Home Jr. for kid-friendly jigsaw puzzles.

Instructions: Click/tap on an image to get started! To adjust the number of puzzle pieces, click/tap on the hamburger (three horizontal lines) on the top left corner and select "Modify this puzzle" then click on the grid. Note: the images on this page were cropped to fit the dimensions of this page; please refer to the image view in the puzzle for the full image.

Little Red Lighthouse at Fort Washington Park in Manhattan

view of a red lighthouse under a bridge
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

This beloved lighthouse on the shores of Fort Washington Park is the only lighthouse on the island of Manhattan and it's the star of the eponymous children's book, The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge. Puzzle pieces: 104. Try this puzzle

To adjust the number of puzzle pieces in the puzzle view, click on the hamburger (three horizontal lines) on the top left corner and select "Modify this puzzle" then click on the grid.

Alley Pond Park in Queens

a couple embraces near a nearly-frozen lake surrounded by a wall of forest
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

Oakland Lake in Alley Pond Park is one of the most romantic places in New York City to enjoy the beauty of snow when it blankets our city. Puzzle pieces: 35. Try this puzzle

Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx

evergreen trees covered in snow
Photo credit: Malcolm Pinckney/NYC Parks

Pining for spring? Our evergreen parks offer a chance to enjoy greenery while the leaves are all gone for winter, and Pelham Bay Park is just one of the best parks to check out our evergreen trees! Puzzle pieces: 35. Try this puzzle

Brookfield Park on Staten Island

Geese enjoy the lake flanked by trees in fall color
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

Even without snow, our parks are the perfect wintry settings for exploring, meditating, and connecting with nature. Brookfield Park's winding trails offer a chance to commune with nature while taking some time for fresh air. Puzzle pieces: 35. Try this puzzle

Mandarin Duck at Central Park in Manhattan

a very colorful duck spreads its wings while sitting in a pond
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

It's been a season of celebrity wildlife, from a snowy owl in Central Park to a whale in the Hudson River! With this puzzle, we look back on one of New York City's favorite celebirdy moments —  a rare visit from this beautiful mandarin duck, also known as the Hot Duck, in 2018. Puzzle pieces: 54. Try this puzzle

Shore Road Park and Parkway in Brooklyn

a cyclist rides by a bridge
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

As the weather warms up and the sun sets later now that spring is on its way, take some time to end your day with a visit to a park. Puzzle pieces: 54. Try this puzzle

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