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Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

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Engage in a meticulous crafting project with our paper model kit, replicating the iconic Brooklyn Bridge of New York City at a 1:1000 scale. This intermediate-level kit is crafted for a detailed and enjoyable assembling journey.

  • Scale: 1:1000 with assembled dimensions of 39 x 1.5 x 3.2 inches
  • Assembly Time: Estimated at 3+ hours across multiple sittings
  • Material: Durable, sustainably sourced card with a metallic silver finish
  • Components: 155 pieces, pre-cut and pre-creased for easier assembly; set-up diagrams included
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PRE-CUT KIT - FOLD, GLUE! This model comes unassembled, flat-packed in a large envelope.

What's inside? 8 sturdy A4 size paper sheets with parts pre-cut and pre-creased. You will need to remove parts from the sheets, fold and glue them in order to assemble the model according to the set-up instructions which come with the kit.

Things which are not included, but you'll need in order to assemble the model: time & patience, a hard surface to work on, white glue (PVA).

Some other things might be helpful: a pointed stylus, tweezers, scissors, a hobby knife, a ruler, a cutting mat. See what tools we recommend.


  • SCALE - 1:1000
  • DIMENSIONS (when assembled) - 39 ⋅ 1.5 ⋅ 3.2 inches / 100 ⋅ 4 ⋅ 8 cm
  • COLOUR (with metallic shine): silver
  • MADE FROM - sturdy card from FSC® certified sustainable sources
  • LEVEL - intermediate
  • ASSEMBLY TIME - at least 3 hours
  • KIT CONTENTS - 8 pre-cut sheets, set-up instructions


This model will require more than one sitting to build it. We advise to pause between different stages as you work, especially when you come to gluing. The white glue softens the paper and it may lead to misshapen parts if you do not allow them to dry well before proceeding further with assembling. Click here to watch our paper model building tips.

Give yourself enough time to enjoy the process and achieve the best result!


We are committed to shipping your purchases on time, often ahead of the estimated processing timeframe. However, due to the global postal overload, there might be delays beyond the usual delivery schedule. Check the latest service updates for your location on the Royal Mail website or consult your local postal service for more information.

Shipping Timelines:

  • Paper model kits and pop-up cards: Dispatched within 1-3 working days
  • Assembled paper models, personalised items: Dispatched within up to 10 working days

Expected Delivery:

  • Domestic (Mainland UK): 1-3 working days
  • Europe: 3-5 working days
  • USA and Canada: 5-7 working days
  • Rest of the world: 7-14 working days
  • International Express: 2-4 working days

Please note: Delivery delays are beyond our control. While over 95% of orders are delivered within the stated timeframe, delivery may occasionally exceed the expected duration, especially during peak periods. If you need your order by a specific date, consider using the express mail option.

Read our full delivery information and policy on returns here.


The Brooklyn Bridge, an architectural and cultural icon, spans New York City's East River, connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Opened in 1883, it was the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed and one of the oldest roadway bridges in the United States. The bridge's Gothic-style stone towers and distinctive web-like cable pattern make it an instantly recognizable symbol of New York.

Measuring approximately 1,595 feet (486 meters) in its main span and with a total length of 6,016 feet (1,834 meters), the Brooklyn Bridge was the world's longest suspension bridge at the time of its completion. It was also the first bridge to use steel for its cable wire, which significantly contributed to its strength and durability.

The creation of the Brooklyn Bridge was a feat of engineering led by John Augustus Roebling and, following his death, his son Washington Roebling. The construction faced numerous challenges, including the hazardous and sometimes fatal working conditions in the caissons (watertight chambers used for underwater construction).

Beyond its engineering significance, the Brooklyn Bridge has held a special place in American culture. It has inspired countless artists, writers, and filmmakers, making frequent appearances in popular culture. The bridge is not just a means of transportation; it's a destination in itself, offering pedestrians and cyclists stunning views of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty.

Today, the Brooklyn Bridge stands as a testament to human creativity, resilience, and the spirit of innovation. It remains one of New York City's most popular and beloved landmarks, attracting millions of visitors annually.