20 Board Games and Puzzles That Will Get You Through This Holiday Season Smiling
We've turned to board games and puzzles to keep us entertained all year long, and the holidays are no exception. Not only are they fun activities to do for a small group, they also make for great gifts. We're loving these 20 picks because they're both enjoyable and aesthetically pleasing, and we know you will too.
Whether you're looking to use your brain by picking up chess or laugh a lot by playing What Do You Meme, these options will definitely make the recipient smile. Plus, if you're lucky, maybe they'll let you play too! Keep on reading to shop our picks!
A Holiday Puzzle: Enchanted Nutcracker 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Ring in the holidays with this Enchanted Nutcracker 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle ($14). It's a perfect gift, and a great activity to do with your family.
Pretty Board Games: Scrabble, Monopoly, and Clue Vintage Board Game Bookshelf Collection
This Scrabble, Monopoly, and Clue Vintage Board Game Bookshelf Collection ($110, originally $120) looks so elevated, and contains three of the classic games they'll love. This is for your friend who takes their home aesthetic very seriously.
A Pretty Puzzle: Grand Tetons in Fall 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
How beautiful is this Grand Tetons in Fall 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle ($16)? It makes us want to go to the mountains ASAP.
A Great Travel Set: 3-in-1 Game Set — Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon
How cool is this 3-in-1 Game Set — Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon ($30)? If they love playing games on vacation, this is a great travel set.
A Great Gift For Girlfriends: Jiggy Women's History Month x Maliha Abidi
This Jiggy Women's History Month x Maliha Abidi ($40) is an amazing gift for all your closest girlfriends. It contains 100 iconic women, and they'll have so much fun spotting all the greats.
Get to Know Everyone Better: We’re Not Really Strangers Card Game Expansion Pack
If you want to get to know everyone better, you need this We're Not Really Strangers Card Game Expansion Pack ($12). It's a great stocking stuffer, and asks insightful questions that will invite everyone to engage on a deeper level.