Kodak’s ‘World’s Largest Puzzle’ Has 51,300 Pieces and Costs $600

Need to find a special gift for the photography lover in your life? Feast your eyes on Kodak’s “World’s Largest Puzzle,”a massive beast of a puzzle that boasts 51,300 pieces and features some of the most amazing wonders of the world, captured by professional photographers.

But prepare for the price tag: a whopping $599.95.

The mammoth puzzle is actually 27 separately packaged puzzles – 1,900 pieces each. They all interlock to create one giant puzzle – 51,300 total pieces – approximately 28.5 feet x 6.25 feet.


“The World’s Largest Puzzle” features images of some of the most amazing wonders of the world, captured by professional photographers.

Created in partnership with toy and art supply manufacturer, CRA-Z-ART, the World’s Largest Puzzle aims to “celebrate the heritage of Kodak and beautiful photography.” Each photo was initially taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality, according to Kodak.

“The colors and pictures are the most crisp, realistic images ever created in a puzzle,” Kodak said.

Some of the world wonders featured in the puzzle include the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Eiffel Tower, and the New York City skyline.

Last year, CRA-Z-ART said in a press release that the company plans to have the Guinness World Records officially designate the puzzle as a record breaker.

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