Nottingham Council House during the Platinum Jubilee

Online jigsaw puzzles

Enjoy some quiet time with a jigsaw or two

Try something different with these free online jigsaw puzzles, inspired by the collections held by the Local Studies Library.

You can play as they are or why not change the number of pieces to increase the level of difficulty and the challenge!

Keep coming back as new ones will be created regularly.

Photograph of the West aspect of Newstead Abbey, taken around 1914

‘Newstead Abbey c.1914’

Our final image commemorating the 200th anniversary of Lord Byron’s death shows a gothic image of the West aspect of his beloved Newstead Abbey, viewed from the Monks’ Garden. Our programme of events for Byron 200 includes a talk in June from Dr. Sam Hirst ‘Byron & Vampires’, see our website here for details.

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Drawn image of Lord Byron by D'Orsay Genoa

”Byron in Genoa 1823′

This pencil sketch of Lord Byron in Genoa by D’Orsay is our third image commemorating the 200th anniversary of Byron’s death in 1824. We have a packed programme of events throughout the year focusing on Nottingham’s Byron, check our website for more details

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Photograph of Lord Byron's Tomb

‘Byron’s Final Resting Place’

We are commemorating 200 years since Byron died with this image of his tomb. Byron went to Greece to aid in their fight for independence; however, before he saw any action, he died of a fever in Missolonghi. His final journey would take him from Missolonghi, via London, to his final resting place in the family vault at St Mary’s Church, Hucknall.

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Byron

‘Byron 200’

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Lord Byron in Greece in 1824. We’ll be commemorating this over the next few weeks and our first image is this lovely print from our collection which shows the young Byron with his favourite pet dog, c.1796.

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