You arrived in London by subway to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by submarine to Rome.
- Double-decker bus
- Red telephone box
When you complete all the levels
- Master Builder:
- 100% City:
This city contains 202 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 62 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|Past resident Princess Margaret's guests included the Beatles. Presumably when the Fab Four performed sing-along songs on her drawing room piano, it was not a Hard Day's Night.|
|2||Victoria and Albert Museum||11-20||200,000||300,000||-||20|
|The famed decorative arts museum was scandalized when a staff member managed to smuggle out priceless swords in his trouser legs. No word on whether he was caught sitting down on the job.|
|Whenever the Queen is actually in residence, a flag atop the palace indicates her presence. This must make avoiding door-to-door salespeople much more difficult.|
|For centuries, it was believed that the Abbey's oak door displayed the flayed skin of a thief. This gruesome idea was debunked when the skin was revealed to be… decorative cowhide.|
|5||Palace of Westminster||41-50||150,000||150,000||1,000,000||10|
|While the Commons Chamber has gone smoke-free, the gentlemanly tradition of a snuffbox by the door remains. No word on whether the contents are up to, uh, snuff.|
|The giant clock sets time by an old British penny. A penny is added to the pendulum if the clock is fast - one is removed if the clock is slow. No word on who pockets the heavy penny.|
|The stonemasons lowering the statue of Nelson onto the 182 foot platform at the center of the square are said to have hauled up a table and chairs. They then enjoyed the world’s highest steak dinner.|
|8||Royal Opera House®||71-80||550,000||650,000||500,000||10|
|The shortest opera ever performed lasted only 7 minutes - Darius Milhaud's The Deliverance of Theseus. It might also be the only opera no one has ever slept through.|
|9||Tower of London||81-90||650,000||110,000||650,000||8|
|The infamous tower once housed the Royal Menagerie of exotic animals– including a polar bear said to fish the Thames on a leash. This must have been extremely disconcerting for the fish.|
|In 1952, bus driver Albert Gunton was crossing Tower Bridge when he realized it was about to rise – he then gunned it over a three foot gap. His bravery netted him a 10 pound reward, and possibly a life-long fear of driving over bridges.|
|One of the artists exhibited in the museum – Michael Landy – is best known for a performance piece in which he destroyed all 7,227 of his possessions. This was likely a one-time performance.|
|The capsules on the London Eye® circle at the death-defying pace of 26cm per second! This translates to twice as fast as a tortoise, but not nearly as quick as a hare.|
- - Intern (Tier 1)
- - Architect (Tier 2)
- - Master Builder (Tier 3)
- Bold - Side-levels
Special item quotes
Helping Hand levels
This track plays while on the city map. File:GD-London Audio.ogg
Quotes by Sam
- "Let loose in London!"
- "Welcome to London, love!"
- "Welcome to swinging London!"
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