Kidicraft unveils new Discovery range

Published on: 2nd November 2021

The new Discovery puzzle range features scenes of historic monuments or space travel and vehicles. 

Kidicraft’s new Discovery range comprises 150-piece Prime 3D jigsaw puzzles and 1,000-piece Prime jigsaw puzzles. There will initially be three designs in each range, with more to follow during 2022 as the collection expands. With the range expected to be a popular choice for consumers, retailers are advised to view the collection and place orders in good time.

From the world’s most famous clock, Big Ben, to The Eiffel Tower,  Kidicraft’s monuments of the world 1000-piece range also features the world’s largest amphitheatre, The Colosseum. Built more than 2,000 years ago in AD 80, this huge imposing structure measured 150 meters wide and 190 meters long, with 80 arched entrances and capacity to seat up to 74,000 spectators. Now, this incredible historic monument can be pieced together by puzzle fans looking for a new way to be entertained.

The 150-piece Prime 3D Discovery Space range lets kids explore what lies beyond planet Earth. Tipped to be Kidicraft’s ‘most exhilarating puzzles yet’, the range features the Mars Rover, a motor vehicle that can travel across the surface of the planet Mars upon arrival. Also available from the Discovery Space range is the 150-piece Astronaut Up Close puzzle, which shows an intrepid astronaut flying in outer space.

The Discovery range will be available from January 2022 with pre orders being taken now. Readers wishing to secure a copy of Kidicraft’s new product presentation or preview the products should contact the company on 01282 505988 /


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