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Nature-Themed Jigsaw Puzzles — Online!

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

Instructions: Click/tap on an image to get started! Our puzzles default to 50 pieces. 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.

The High Bridge at Highbridge Parks in the Bronx and Manhattan

Historical image of the High Bridge a stone bridge that spans a river between two parks
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

The High Bridge is NYC's oldest standing bridge! This car-free bridge was our 19th-century High Line, connecting communities in the Bronx and Manhattan. In the fall, it offers the perfect panaormic view of fall foliage both parks along the Harlem River. 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

Birds enjoy the lake surrounded by fall foliage
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

Oakland Lake in Alley Pond Park is one of the best places to see fall leaf color in the borough. Our resident waterfowl and migrating birds stop by each autumn to rest and find natural foods. Try this puzzle

Central Park in Manhattan

View from the bridge of the trees in fall color and the trees towering above the park
Photo credit: NYC Parks

The view from Gapstow Bridge at The Pond in Central Park is charming year-round, but especially gorgeous when the leaves are boasting their fall fashion. Try this puzzle

Clove Lakes Park on Staten Island

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

With its winding trails and lakeside views, this park is a treat for New Yorkers looking to forest bathe in autumn's kaleidoscope of colors. And, not just humans -- geese, too! . Try this puzzle

Crotona Park in the Bronx

A pathway leads through the trees in fall foliage at the park
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

This iconic Bronx park is a green and lush in the summer then transforms into a stunning palette of fall colors -- golden yellows, fiery orange, and ravishing reds. Try this puzzle

Prospect Park in Brooklyn

A guest explores the waterside at the park
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

From dancing in leaf piles to capturing the moments that make us stop in our tracks, fall has a special way of sprinkling wanderlust into the air, and Prospect Park is one of the best places to see it. Try this puzzle

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