A view of the city skyline and Gooderham & Worts building from the Old Town neighbourhood on Front Street

Solve These Toronto Digital Puzzles From Home

Spring has sprung in Toronto! Piece together some of our favourite spring spots.

The snow has melted, the Cherry Blossoms are blooming, and spring flowers are making the city feel ever-so-fresh. From colorful street art to the gorgeous grounds of Casa Loma, these photos are some of Toronto’s most Instagrammable spots of the season.

But while we are staying home, practicing physical distancing, and looking for some much-needed entertainment, we’ve put together these puzzles so you can enjoy the spring sights in Toronto from the comfort of your home.

By the time you’re done with these, you’ll be inspired to start planning your next visit to Toronto. These puzzles are free to play online and bonus: you can’t lose any of the pieces.

How to Play

  1. Click on the puzzle image.

  2. Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle.

  3. Reload to change the number of puzzle pieces in the setting to decrease (or increase) skill level.

  4. (For an added challenge, race others to see who can solve them in the shortest time.)
     

Royal Ontario Museum

Flowers blooming in front of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto
The Royal Ontario Museum

Sakura Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossom trees with the CN Tower in the background
Toronto's cherry blossoms come alive in the springtime

Casa Loma

Casa Loma
Casa Loma

Street Art

Street art in Toronto's Graffiti Alley
Street art in Graffiti Alley

How to Play

  1. Click on the puzzle image.
  2. Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle.
  3. Reload to change the number of puzzle pieces in the setting to decrease (or increase) skill level.

(For an added challenge, race others to see who can solve them in the shortest time.)

Support Local

You can also show love to some local small businesses and artists while adding to your puzzle collection. Purchase custom-made puzzles by PieceTogether, where a portion of proceeds goes towards the making of the puzzle and the rest goes to the local business or artist.

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Street art in Toronto's Graffiti Alley

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