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We know what you're thinking... 3,000 pieces? That'll keep any puzzle muggle entertained for hours.
Trust us, the final result is worth it. Picture the scene: you're standing on the grassy edges of the Black Lake, gazing out towards the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Hogwarts' spires rise in all their splendour, beckoning you into the magical grounds of Hogwarts as you complete the epic puzzle.
Priced at $29.99, the jigsaw is available to pre-order for June 2020 from toy and game emporium Entertainment Earth, and ships internationally.
Housed in an ornate white box decorated with J.K Rowling's prose, the puzzle is described as being suitable for all ages.
Elsewhere in the world of Harry Potter games, LEGO have released a series of Potter sets to keep us busy.
Available from 1st June, the sets let HP fans recreate the most iconic scenes from the beloved book series.
Like the Hogwarts Room of Requirement, which you can now build out of 193 pieces for the bargainous price of $29.99.
The set comes with LEGO figurines of Harry, Hermione, Luna Lovegood, and two Patronus minifigures, which are a hare for Luna and an otter for Hermione.
There's also a power shooter, a Death Eater, and scene-setting items like a fireplace and a pillar.
Or how about the 253-piece Forbidden Forrest: Umbridge's Encounter set?
For $49.99, you can recreates the moment the loathsome teacher gets collected by a giant.
Figurines include Delores, the giant, Harry, Hermione, a couple of centaurs and a tree.
Finally, animal-lovers should choose the large-scale model of Harry's beloved pet owl Hedwig.
Made up of 630 pieces, the owl's wingspan is a whopping 34 centimetres.
Happy Pottering, HP fans!
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