The city is marked on the globe by an anchor.
You arrived in Key West by airplane to rebuild the monuments.
After you built all the monuments, you will travel by motorboat with a water skier to Kyiv.
When you complete all the levels
- Master Builder:
- 100% City:
This city contains 175 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 43 side-levels, and 12 Helping Hand levels.
|1||History of Diving Museum||1-10||90,000||-||-||-|
|Deep sea diving is a way of life in the Keys! The History of Diving Museum celebrates this with one of the world's largest collections of diving helmets, armored suits, and other memorabilia from more than 30 countries.|
|The Keys is home to several animal conservation groups and sanctuaries. Since 1986, the Turtle Hospital has been helping to rehabilitate injured sea turtles to return them to their natural habitat. Turtle-y awesome!|
|In 1919, William J. Matheson, a wealthy Miami chemist, bought the tiny island that is now home to one of the Key's last tropical hammock forests. His caretaker's house now serves as the visitors center at Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park.|
|4||Key West Shipwreck Museum||31-40||280,000||-||-||2|
|The museum houses artifacts from the 1985 rediscovery of the wrecked vessel Isaac Allerton, which sank in 1856 and turned out to be one of the richest shipwrecks in Key West's history.|
|5||Audubon House & Tropical Gardens||41-50||300,000||270,000||-||2|
|Inside, you'll find 28 first-edition illustrations from the famous ornithologist John James Audubon depicting birds in their natural habitats. They really make the decor take flight!|
|Originally home to Key West's post office and district courts, today the Custom House is a fascinating museum run by the Key West Art & Historical Society celebrating the city's history.|
|7||Mel Fisher Maritime Museum||61-70||330,000||310,000||-||2|
|On July 20, 1985, after 17 years of searching, Mel Fisher and his crew recovered $450 million worth of sunken treasure just offshore from Key West - some of those very artifacts now live at the Maritime Museum!|
|8||Truman Little White House||71-80||350,000||320,000||-||2|
|In 1946, the historic building first served as the winter White House of President Harry S. Truman and a site for the Cold War response by later presidents. Today, it's used as a retreat and place of government business.|
|9||St. Paul's Episcopal Church||81-90||370,000||330,000||300,000||2|
|It's said that the St. Paul's Church Cemetery is haunted by a sea Captain who enjoys frightening visitors. Even when the weather's calm, the winds come rushing through the trees that sit next to his grave... Spooky!|
|10||Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum||91-100||400,000||350,000||310,000||2|
|Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for more than 10 years. His presence can still be felt through the descendants of his six-toed kitty... many of the cats that inhabit the grounds today are polydactyl - cats with extra toes!|
|11||Key West Lighthouse||101-110||410,000||370,000||320,000||2|
|After her husband unexpectedly died, Barbara Mabrity took over as lighthouse keeper for 32 years, faithfully climbing its 88 steps day in and day out until her death at age 82. She saw it through 3 hurricanes, keeping the midnight oil burning each time.|
|Fort Jefferson was built to protect one of the most strategic deep-water anchorages in North America. At its height, nearly 2,000 lived within this remote city on the sea.|
Helping Hand levels
Florida Keys Adventure
"Every resource card you purchase checks off an activity on your Florida Keys Adventure. Collect 8 cards to dig up a special surprise. X marks the spot ..."
Quotes by Sam
- "Congratulations! You've reached Key West!"
- "Great job! You've reached Key West!"
- "Hello! Welcome to Key West!"
- "Kudos! You're in Key West!"