Is anybody else starting to run out of things to do during Stay-At-Home orders?
If you’re like me, you may have purchased some new jigsaw puzzles during this pandemic. But if you’re also like me, you may not get excited about doing the same puzzle more than once.
So I have good news! I’ve selected a handful of my favorite Cleveland photos and turned them into virtual jigsaw puzzles you can do online. These puzzles are completely free – and come with absolutely zero puzzle dust.
Online Cleveland puzzles
A quick note before you start: All of these puzzles are set to medium difficulty (around 100 pieces) automatically. But you can make them easier or harder by clicking on the little puzzle icon in the bottom right of each puzzle. This will take you to the website, where you can adjust the difficulty level using the “Play As” dropdown in the top right of the menu.
And if you need more room to maneuver and organize your puzzle piece, there’s also a “maximize” button at the bottom right of each puzzle, which will allow you to work in full-screen mode.
I completed most of these in about 10-20 minutes (yes, of course I product-tested these for you!), meaning you don’t need to set aside hours for these if you don’t want to.
Enjoy! And let me know in the comments which puzzle is your favorite!
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1. Cleveland script sign
No Cleveland puzzle collection would be complete without a puzzle of one of the city’s script signs. This sign is at The Foundry in the Flats, and the image includes both the Cleveland skyline and the Cuyahoga River.
2. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
One of Cleveland’s most iconic buildings, here’s a slightly different vantage point of the I.M. Pei-designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
3. Progressive Field
Even though our summer nights won’t be filled with baseball this year in Cleveland, you can still head back to Progressive Field with this puzzle. I caught this sunset a couple years ago, and it’s one of my favorite Cleveland photos.
4. Haserot Angel
The Haserot Angel is a sculpture-like grave marker in Cleveland’s Lake View Cemetery. This cemetery was modeled after the great garden-like cemeteries in Victorian Europe, meaning you’ll find art and beauty around every corner.
5. Brewella’s Latte
Coffee-lovers, this one’s for you! Here’s a pretty latte from one of my favorite coffee shops in Cleveland: Brewella’s in Lakewood.
6.West Side Market
If you’re up for a more of a challenge, this detail-filled puzzle from inside the historic West Side Market is for you! This market building, dating back to 1912, is a staple in the Ohio City neighborhood.
7. Wade Lagoon
Wade Lagoon in University Circle (out the back of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and across the street from Severance Hall) is one of my favorite green spaces in Cleveland – especially in spring when the cherry blossoms are blooming! The flowers in this puzzle get tricky, but you’re up for a challenge, aren’t you?
8. Severance Hall
Home of the Cleveland Orchestra since 1931, Severance Hall is a work of art for both architecture and music lovers. The main concert hall makes for a great puzzle, too!
While these pillowy dumplings filled with deliciousness come from Eastern Europe, they’ve become a staple in the Cleveland food scene. Enjoy this pierogi puzzle, and then check out our guide to the best pierogi in Cleveland.
10. Cleveland Arcade
Did you know that the Cleveland Arcade is regarded as the first indoor shopping mall in the United States? The Arcade opened back in 1890, and still retains a lot of its original opulent charm. Enjoy this festive puzzle of the Arcade.
There you have it! I hope you’ve had fun with these Cleveland puzzles.
Which one was your favorite?
Amanda was born and raised in northeast Ohio, and has always been a fangirl of the state. Now, she wants to share her love of Cleveland with the world, highlighting all the best things to do, see, and eat in the CLE.