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Ravensburger Tower Bridge 3D Puzzle
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- Individually shaped plastic pieces fit together perfectly thanks to Ravensburger's Easy Click Technology
- The pieces are numbered on the back so you can puzzle by the number or image - your pick
- Set comes with base stand and extra plastic pieces to replicate the famous 3D puzzle structure
- Sturdy - no glue required
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Tower Bridge 3D Puzzle from Ravensburger takes puzzle construction in a whole new direction. The 216 piece 3D Puzzle is made of hinged and flat plastic pieces, featuring Ravensburger's Premium Puzzle Easyclick Technology, that snap together perfectly to form a sturdy construction - with no glue required! The finished puzzle is display-worthy and a great conversation piece.
Puzzle Building Goes 3D
Tower Bridge is the iconic bridge structure of London, recognizable by the bridge's two castle-like towers. The key London landmark is a combined bascule (drawbridge) and suspension bridge that was completed in 1894 over London's Thames River. The bridge is located near the Tower of London, from where it gets its name, and features a pedestrian walkway, enabling visitors to walk between the towers, as well as on the bascule that opens and pivots to allow vessels to pass underneath.
3D Tower Bridge Puzzle Promotes Communication
The distinctive bridge, recognized the world over for its twin towers, was built in the Victorian Gothic style, and designed to be in harmony with nearby Tower of London. The Tower Bridge lets puzzlers immerse themselves in the history of the structure and its many attributes as well as its status in the Londong cityscape. The finished puzzle stands 46.2" long and 16" tall and is a display-worthy historical replica and conversation starter for multiple generations to enjoy. It promotes communication and cooperation while it hones fine motor and construction skills.
Puzzle Pieces and Accessories Build Historical Knowledge
Puzzle assembly is a tactile endeavor and social exercise that invites company and conversation, especially of Tower Bridge, one of the most recognizable and historic bridges in the world. The historical significance of Tower Bridge provides a learning opportunity and a hands-on appreciation for the ingenuity of the building's designers, dedication of the laborers and a better understanding of the structure's place in history and service to its home city.
What's in the Box?
216 plastic puzzle pieces, plastic & cardboard trimmings and details, 1 set of instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
If you go into the build with this understanding, here are the pros and cons of this set as I see them:
-Another great looking display piece.
-Fun to build
-Pieces interlock very nicely making the piece very sturdy.
-Rather simplistic. You really only use the puzzle piece to build two small-ish towers, the tall ones in the photo. The smaller towers are just four interlocking pieces.
-Paper inserts on the drawbridge sections slide out of place when raised.
-Large. The end model is quite large and spans almost my full dining room table at just over 46 inches. That can make finding a suitable display space a challenge.
Another fun, great looking yet somewhat simplistic 3D model that might pose a challenge to display when complete.
For those new to these types of 3D puzzles, what you're getting in essence is a series of plastic pieces that are numbered on the back and have the image on the front-side. This puzzle contains two bags of pieces that are intermixed and labeled from 1-to-216. Corner pieces in this puzzle bend and contain an interlocking element that snaps the piece in its correct position. The puzzles are built in numerical order and even come labeled with an arrow indicating which direction the following piece should be placed in. The two bridge towers are the only pieces that require actual detailed assembly. The rest of the puzzle including the bridge supports, drawbridge, pylons are all large plastic pieces that slide into slots on tower portion or in the case of the pylons, support the towers themselves. Every preset piece interlocks with the tower and the bridge once completed is surprisingly sturdy.
A few tips:
(+) Consider the dimensions of this puzzle before assembly. The puzzle completely assembled is almost 4 feet long and 16-inches tall. Moving the completed puzzle once fully assembled is very challenging. Though it is easy enough to break down into smaller pieces for final assembly if you plan on displaying it.
(+) This puzzle can be completely assembled without the use of the numbers on the back of the pieces.Read more ›
The puzzle is virtually unmovable after it has been assembled. Due to the skimpy snap connections, any movement will cause the plastic tabs to break off (happened to this puzzle about a day after it was finished!).
|Length: 0:24 Mins|
Ravensburger makes the most wonderful puzzles ever. The fit and finish of their cardboard flat puzzles is nearly perfection. I love building them. This is a bit different. There are a lot of big plastic and cardboard parts that make up this bridge. There are 216 plastic "puzzle" pieces that make up the two towers. The reason this isn't really a puzzle, each piece has a number and arrow on the back of it. The idea is to assemble the pieces in the number order paying attention to the arrows. About a third of the pieces are a corner piece that has to be bent over to make the edges.
The finished model is big and fairly solid. The draw bridge lifts. The road is just a little bit smaller than 1/64th scale. If the model was just a little bit larger, hot wheels or matchbox cars would work perfectly on this bridge. I still like running cars on the roads even if they take up about a lane and a half. N Scale cars are probably closer to the right size.
I like that the center draw bridge moves up and down. The plastic connector parts lock together pretty well. The detail on the four towers is outstanding. Ravensburger got the stone detail perfect.
This took me about an hour to build. The plastic pieces fit together perfectly. I was amazed at by the fine cutting and precise the fit. The two tall towers hold together really well. It is important to sort the pieces in groups of 10 numbers. The pieces have to be put together more or less in number order.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worst 3D I have put together. Nothing but a bunch of large plastic pieces. Was bad, and I do a lot of puzzlesPublished 9 days ago by RhodaRhoda
Bought this as an alternative to traditional puzzles. While it seems like it could pose a challenge it was actually very easy. Great idea, would be entertaining for kids.Published 1 month ago by Sierra
My dad is doing each of these series of puzzles and he is enjoying them so much.Published 12 months ago by pj
As an avid puzzle builder, I was super excited when I purchased The London Bridge puzzle. I was hoping for a challenge. I had never done a 3D puzzle before. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amy Moore
Our Grandson loves putting these Ravensburger 3-D puzzles together, he has quite a collection of them.Published 17 months ago by Ralhicaj