For years, locals and visitors to Portsmouth wanted jigsaw puzzles featuring the quintessential New England scenes Portsmouth is known for. We couldn’t find them for you, so we made them ourselves! Several years ago we started with just a handful of images, and now our catalog has grown to almost 15 unique images from local artists and photographers.

In the past two years we’ve added some amazing new images to our puzzle portfolio. With each printing we’ve improved the quality of the puzzle by adding varied piece shapes, a thicker chipboard, and brighter colors. We’ve worked hard to find amazing art and photos that capture the essence of Portsmouth, so you can truly relive your visit, or reconnect with your home! Here are the latest puzzles, now available online and in both stores:


View From Badger’s Island (by Emily Kalina)

Just across the Memorial Bridge from Portsmouth is a tiny strip of land called Badger’s Island which harbors some of the most beautiful and iconic views of the Portsmouth Waterfront. From here you can see the North Church peaking up over brick-fronted restaurants and shops, from a tiny little lobster shack covered in buoys. Perfectly New England!

Commercial Alley, Portsmouth (by Emily Kalina)

Commercial Alley is a charming little pass-through in historic Portsmouth, New Hampshire, teeming with quaint shops, cute cafes, and lovely greenery.

Peteys Lobster Pound (by Eric Gendron)

This famous New Hampshire seafood hut features colorful buoys and snow-covered lobster traps, a classic New England winter site!

Tugboats at Dusk (by Eric Gendron)

One of Portsmouth, New Hampshire’s most iconic sites is that of the tugs, helping cargo ships navigate the Piscataqua River into the city from the Atlantic Ocean. These boats call the Portsmouth docks home and can be seen when exploring the cute shops of Ceres Street or dining at one of the many waterfront restaurants.