Swiss Family Treehouse at Magic Kingdom

Swiss Family Treehouse is located at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. This timeless attraction is well worth taking a walk through on your next visit.

You’ll find Swiss Family Treehouse past the entrance of Adventureland. It’s across the walkway before you get to Aladdin’s Magic Carpets.

Below, we’ll discuss Swiss Family Treehouse in more detail. Most will want to take the time to walk through the treehouse during their vacation.

However, since the treehouse involves a decent number of stairs, it might not be suitable for everyone.

Here are a few details for the Swiss Family Treehouse.


Swiss Family Treehouse

Magic Kingdom

Location:

Adventureland

Height Requirements at Disney World:

None

Disney Genie+ Eligible

NA

Ride Type:

Treehouse

Stairs:

Swiss Family Treehouse has 116 stairs.

Disney Rider Switch:

None

Good For:

Walkthrough of a beautiful treehouse.

Scare Factor:

Low

Must-Do List:

Low Priority

Perfect For:

All Ages

Special Mention:

If you need to take your time going up, stand to the side and let others pass you.

Swiss Family Treehouse Walk-Through

Swiss Family Treehouse is an anytime attraction that offers some pretty amazing views of Magic Kingdom. This attraction is based on the book Swiss Family Robinson, which first debuted in 1812 and was turned into a classic movie in 1960.

When you get to Adventureland’s main entrance, the bridge for Swiss Family Treehouse will be on your immediate left.

As you cross over the bridge, you will begin to see the different levels of the treehouse above you.

There are several landings where you can stop and observe different rooms. You can also take a moment to catch your breath if needed.

A water wheel sits near the entrance of the Swiss Family Treehouse.

It’s kind of neat to see it in action.

There are several different living spaces as you make your way up.

Here are the boy’s sleeping quarters.

When you get to the very top, you might pause to take in the views of Magic Kingdom. You’ll see Space Mountain in the distance.

Nowadays, that view has changed to Space Mountain and Tron.

And if you look in the other direction, there’s Splash Mountain, which will eventually be Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.

With her new paint job, Cinderella Castle stands majestically within view as well.

As with most things in life, what goes up must come down. But, thankfully, coming down, in this instance, is easier than going up.

When you reach the bottom, there’s a library.

Notice the ship’s log and other items recovered from the wreckage.

Lastly, there’s a kitchen, the most cheerful room of the Swiss Family Treehouse, as kitchens should be.

After completing your pilgrimage, you’ll cross another bridge to the main walkway in Adventureland.

A Few Tips for Swiss Family Treehouse

As mentioned in the table above, the treehouse has approximately 116 stairs. Make sure to take your time on the way up and break on the different landings.

It’s also fun to check out all the different views. So often, when I’m in the treehouse, I notice people rushing past me, and I wonder what’s the point of even walking the attraction?

Take your time.

Swiss Family Treehouse is undoubtedly an attraction where the experience is in the journey, not the destination.

You might have noticed that I put the attraction as a low priority in the table above. As much as I would love to mark it higher, this attraction is easy to experience and rarely has a wait.

So, if you can, I recommend taking the time to enjoy the treehouse. But if not, hopefully, it won’t be something you feel like you missed.

Additionally, here are a few other Magic Kingdom rides in the nearby area:

While visiting Adventureland, you might want to plan a meal at Skipper Canteen. It’s one of my top recommendations for dining at Magic Kingdom.

Related: Skipper Canteen Review

Additionally, the surrounding resorts include:

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