A figure of Elsa looks at her castle with snow coming out of her hands.
Elsa puts an ice-cold spell over her castle. | Source: Ravensburger

Step inside the world of your favorite Disney Princess with this beautiful puzzle series from Ravensburger. The new Disney Castle Collection features never-before-seen illustrations of 10 castles that match the style and story of each princess.

Each puzzle image details an intimate look at castle interiors through a unique cross-section point of view. These 1000-piece puzzles can be challenging and are recommended for teens ages 14 and up. There are 10 different castles to choose from.

Become a part of a fairytale world! | Source: Ravensburger

In the Disney Castle: Sleeping Beauty puzzle, princess Aurora waits for her prince at the top of the castle. The eerie, green-colored room where she pricked her finger on the spinner sits a couple of rooms below. Many of the rooms resemble the exquisite backgrounds seen in the movie. 

The Disney Castle: Mulan puzzle showcases the rich Asian history of the movie’s setting with deep red colors, gold dragon symbols, and traditional floor seating.  

Ariel dreamed of being a part of the human world, but the Disney Castle: Ariel puzzle showcases how beautiful her kingdom under the sea is, with a castle design that incorporates seaweed, seashells, and other aquatic details. 

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Other puzzles in the Disney Castle Collection showcase Jasmine, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Merida, and Elsa. Each of their castles has its own special details and artistic elegance. 

The Disney Castle Collection puzzles are now available for purchase on Amazon for $29.99 each. These puzzles are fit for any prince or princess who wants to see more of their favorite storybook worlds. 

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Caroline Madden

Caroline Madden

Caroline Madden is a News Writer for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. With a strong background in Cinema Studies, she has written for various outlets such as SlashFilm, Fandor, and Little White Lies. She loves unicorns, listening to Bruce Springsteen, and marathoning The Lord of the Rings.