You arrived in Philadelphia by boat to rebuild the monuments.
After you built all the monuments, you will travel by a horse-drawn carriage to Tashkent.
- Bald eagle
- Liberty bell
When you complete all the levels
When you complete all the monuments
This city contains 179 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 47 side-levels, and 12 Helping Hand levels.
|Inside the Franklin Institute you'll find Thomas Edison's lamp, the first efficient incandescent lamp. How illuminating!|
|2||Philadelphia Museum Of Art||11-20||220,000||-||-||-|
|The South Asian Art gallery inside the Museum of Art is the only place outside of India where you can step inside a 16th-century Indian temple.|
|3||Fairmount Water Works||21-30||250,000||-||-||2|
|Fairmount Water Works opened in 1815 as the nation's first urban public water supply system. Charles Dickens and Mark Twain were among its famous visitors.|
|The Barnes Foundation boasts an impressive collection that features 69 Cézannes, more than in all of France! Magnifique!|
|5||Cathedral Basilica of Saint Peter and Paul||41-50||300,000||270,000||-||2|
|In 1979, Pope John Paul II delivered mass for an estimated 1 million people in front of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Peter and Paul.|
|6||One Penn Center||51-60||320,000||280,000||-||2|
|Suburban Station sits underneath One Penn Center and transports about 300,000 passengers each workday. Sounds like a busy rush hour!|
|7||Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts||61-70||350,000||310,000||-||2|
|Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is America's first and oldest art museum. It surely draws a crowd!|
|8||Philadelphia City Hall||71-80||350,000||320,000||-||2|
|Constructed using only brick, marble, and granite with no steel or iron framing, Philadelphia City Hall is the tallest masonry building i the world. Solid!|
|9||The Library Company Of Philadelphia||81-90||370,000||330,000||300,000||2|
|Benjamin Franklin was 25 years old when he founded the Library Company in 1731. It was America's first official lending library!|
|In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed inside Independence Hall's famous Assembly Room. The pen really is mighty!|
|The Wanamaker Building is home to the largest operating musical instrument in the world: the incredible Wanamaker Organ. It weights in at 287 tons!|
|A bald eagle named Peter used to live at the US mint during the 1830s. After his death, the local celebrity was preserved and is now on display inside the current Mint.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Reward||Character Quote|
|1||1-10||10 potato candies||60,000||"Welcome to Philadelphia! Can you find some potato candies to satisfy my sweet tooth?"|
|2||11-20||10 stethoscopes||70,000||"Can you help find stethoscopes to get us back into rhythm?"|
|3||21-30||10 revolutionary hats||60,000||"I'll tip my cap to you if you can find some revolutionary hats for this exhibit."|
|4||31-40||10 hoagies||100,000||"A hoagie would fill me up after cruising the streets. Can you help?"|
|5||51-60||10 microphones||100,000||"A microphone would really help me hit a high note. Can you find some?"|
|6||61-70||10 skateboards||100,000||"We're spinning our wheels without skateboards. Can you help?"|
|7||71-80||10 liberty bells||100,000||"Can you help us find Liberty Bells to ring in a new exhibit?"|
|8||91-100||10 saxophone mutes||100,000||"Saxophone mutes would help us get back in harmony. Can you find some?"|
|9||101-110||10 bread loaves||150,000||"My plans will go a-rye without enough bread loaves. Can you rise to the occasion?"|
|10||111-120||10 surgical caps||100,000||"We need surgical caps before we can scrub in. Can you help?"|
- Collect 10 purple gummy guys at level 41-50 to build a Resource Mart at level 41.
- Collect 10 purple gummy guys at level 81-90 to build a Resource Mart at level 81.