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Hogwarts Castle has always been invisible to Muggles, but now with this 500 piece jigsaw puzzle, even non-wizards can see the ins and outs of the greatest wizarding school in the UK. Unlock the secrets of Hogwarts one piece at a time with this intricately illustrated jigsaw puzzle drawn by original Harry Potter book cover artist Mary GrandPre.
Diagon Alley (Hagrid and Harry)
Harry Potter has just found out that he is a wizard. Now it's up to Hagrid to show him around Diagon Alley and teach him about the wizarding world. And what a better way to do so than to gift Harry with a snowy white owl named Hedwig. Piece together this 500 piece puzzle to commemorate this memorable scene from J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Illustration by original Harry Potter book cover artist Mary GrandPre.
Harry Potter's Quidditch adventures would'nt be complete without catching the golden snitch against his Slytherin counterparts. And neither will this puzzle without your help! Help Harry Potter win the match by putting together this 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle celebrating his time at Hogwarts.
The Sorcerer's Stone is in danger! Help Harry, Hermione and Ron find the right flying key to unlock the door and thwart Voldermort's attempt to steal the stone.
Age recommendation: 1000 pieces (12+), 500 pieces (8+)
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