Solve These Toronto Digital Puzzles From Home

Featuring photos of summer city scenes from locals and visitors.

These puzzles depict some of the most photographed summer events and spots in the city. If you’re still social distancing, you can enjoy these sights from home.

Celebrate LGBTQ+ culture with a throwback to a past Pride Parade. Take in some street art. Relive the glory of the Raptors’ 2019 championship run and celebrate Toronto sports.

No summer is complete without a trip to The Ex (organizers are working on a way to bring event-goers the CNE At Home this year). Enjoy Toronto’s waterfront at Sugar Beach or the Toronto Islands.

Locals and visitors alike can always be found striking a pose in one of the most photographed spots at Nathan Phillips Square.

By the time you’re done with these, you’ll be inspired to start planning your next visit to Toronto. These puzzles are free to play online and bonus: you can’t lose any of the pieces.

Pride Parade

Pride Parade 2017 | @jgawreletz | Instagram

Graffiti Alley

person in graffiti alley in Toronto's Queen West neighbourhood
Mural by @uber5000 in Graffiti Alley | @valentino_rocco | Instagram

Toronto Raptors Championship Parade

crowds at the Toronto Raptors Championship Parade
@gallantmediaworks | Instagram


view from Toronto's CNE at Exhibition Place
@kevinstagramist | Instagram

Sugar Beach

pink umbrellas at Toronto's Sugar Beach
@rahuul_s | Instagram

Toronto Skyline

Nathan Phillips Square

How to Play

  1. Click on the puzzle image.
  2. Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle.
  3. Reload to change the number of puzzle pieces in the setting to decrease (or increase) skill level.

(For an added challenge, race others to see who can solve them in the shortest time.)

Support Local

You can also show love to some local small businesses and artists while adding to your puzzle collection. Purchase custom-made puzzles by PieceTogether, where a portion of proceeds goes towards the making of the puzzle and the rest goes to the local business or artist.

See it. Snap it. Share it. In every neighbourhood, around every corner, through every door there's something that begs to be discovered in Toronto.


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