Get your Puzzle Fix: History Comes to Life

Time to get your puzzle hat on again, and solve a jigsaw puzzle of a cartoon poster by Merton Lacey of a busy MOTAT Live Day showing a broad range of activities.

Quick Fact:

The jigsaw with the most amount of pieces in the world was created by 1600 university students from the University of Economics in Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam) – the puzzle had a whopping 551, 232 individual pieces. You can read more about the puzzle in the Guinness Book of Records here.

Interactive Puzzle

Have a go at putting together the interactive puzzle below.

How to play:

Use your mouse and left click on any piece on the board, and the piece will follow your mouse. To release a piece, just click again and the piece will stay put. A puzzle piece will snap and stay in position with a piece it belongs to, so keep assembling pieces and you will have completed puzzle in no time. Best of Luck!

Hint: Below is the image for the jigsaw, you can use it as a guide for assembling the puzzle.

Merton Lacey. The Museum of Transport and Technology of New Zealand, 02/065/001. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

Click here for some more puzzles at MOTAT Fun.