London Landmarks



London is one of the world’s most iconic travel destinations. It has something for everyone from history to culture, art to architecture. The capital’s visitors can enjoy an abundance of galleries, museums and popular tourist attractions such as the London Eye and Buckingham Palace, interspersed between beautiful parks and open spaces.

Gibsons, the family run traditional puzzle and games company since 1919, has created a 1000 piece London Landmarks Puzzle, featuring a collection of the city’s most visited sites – the perfect gift for any London lover.

The city is immersed in history and tourists all over the world come to discover the narrow little lanes and ancient Inns alongside impressive buildings such as Westminster Abbey and Tower of London. At its heart is the River Thames, on whose path you will find Greenwich, The London Eye and Hampton Court Palace.

Gibsons’ London Landmarks Puzzle is available at Amazon and can be purchased for £12.99.

Buckingham Palace

Sticking to the London theme, Buckingham Palace is one of the city’s most iconic buildings, and has served as the official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837. It boasts 775 rooms, including no fewer than 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms and 19 State Rooms. Though the Palace is furnished and decorated with priceless works of art, it is neither an art gallery nor a museum, but a working building and the centrepiece of Britain’s constitutional monarchy.

For those who enjoy quintessentially British landmarks and sight-seeing in London, Gibsons has also created a 1000 piece Buckingham Palace Jigsaw Puzzle.

The puzzle, painted by artist Steve Crisp is set in mid-June, when the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are seen leaving the Palace for the Trooping of the Colour, on the occasion of the Queen’s official birthday, an event which attracts thousands of visitors every year.

Gibsons’ Buckingham Palace Jigsaw Puzzle is available at Amazon and John Lewis and can be purchased for £12.99.

Both of these Gibsons puzzles were made in the UK on 100% recycled board.

G7065 Buckingham Palace box