Dunster Castle Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

Our Jigsaws Require Flash

You may need to install Flash or enable it on your browser to play the puzzles.

Click to Enable Flash Player

- OR -

Contact Us for Help

Select a puzzle cut to view solve times.

Jigsaw puzzle for free online of Dunster Castle in the village of Dunster, Somerset, England. The old castle is a popular tourist attraction.

castletravelDunsterEngland

Random Jigsaws

More Random Jigsaws »

Send as eCard
Please log in or sign up to post a comment.
13 Comments
(1) 2 Older »
elijah13
Feb 5, 2017
Looks like an interesting palace. Have never been there. Very quick puzzle to do.
aussiesapphire
May 5, 2016
These castles are fascinating - I wonder how they kept warm, probably very romantic open fireplaces :)

"It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." Mark Twain

"It's good sportsmanship to not pick up lost golf balls while they are still rolling." Mark Twain

Good one Mr Twain. Take care and God bless. Hugs.
aknan
May 5, 2016
Aussie, there were huge fireplaces in just about every room. Walls were hung with heavy tapestries to block the cold from the stone and also to stop drafts. Beds (for the wealthy, at any rate) were warmed with pans of coals, a tradition that carried on until the late 1800s. Some rooms were simply heated with braziers - again, open bowls of burning coals. It's no wonder people wore layers of clothing; it was a chilly place to live!
drawback
May 24, 2016
Plus winged chairs to keep draughts off'n your neck, and footstools to keep your feet above the draughts blowing along over the floor.
Eveningstar
May 9, 2016
I enjoyed this puzzle:) It took me long to build 83 pieces:( Tricky, but fun:)
cindyj28
May 5, 2016
This seems like a rather small castle compared to some we have done. But very well kept.
aknan
May 5, 2016
I agree - it's almost like a Keep, a fortified smaller structure used for defense, usually placed around the edges of a holding (country, estate, etc.) It was generally staffed with a small company of soldiers and not meant for large groups or gracious living.
retirenow14
May 6, 2016
I believe you are correct. However, the rich occupants of the castle must have valued the building and staffers highly, as they were their first line of defense in dangerous times.
retirenow14
May 6, 2016
My husband and I really enjoy castle tours. It is fun to imagine how people who lived in the castle used the spaces in days of old. Many of those open to the public have lovely gardens and expansive porches where tourists can sit a spell and experience outdoor castle living.
jas6415
May 5, 2016
Neat old castle
JamieT
May 5, 2016
I wish I had visited more castles when I was able to travel to Europe. I did visit the Hohensalzburg in Salzburg and The Louvre in Paris, which was originally a castle.
elijah13
May 5, 2016
Looks very interesting!
(1) 2 Older »