Description And Comments

An immense replica of the shipwrecked family's treehouse home will turn your children into arboreal architects. It's the king of all treehouses, with its multiple stories and mechanical wizardry.

Touring Tips

A self-guided walk-through tour involves a lot of stairs up and down, but no ropes, ladders, or anything fancy. People who stop for extra-long looks or to rest sometimes create bottlenecks that slow the crowd flow. Visit in late afternoon or early evening if you're on a one-day tour, or in the morning of your second day.

Swiss Family Treehouse Wait Times

This chart shows you roughly how long you'll wait for Swiss Family Treehouse when you visit on a day with a given Magic Kingdom Crowd Level. The blue bars represent the average "peak" wait time (that is, how long the line will at its busiest). The bottom and top black lines represent the range of peak wait times to expect (for you fellow nerds out there: it's the 5th percentile and 95th percentile of peak wait times). Please note that these are estimates, and for a better forecast for your travel dates, see Swiss Family Treehouse Wait Times.

Attraction Photos

Special Comments

Requires climbing a lot of stairs.

Special Needs

Disney Dish with Jim Hill


It appears that TinkerBell and friends have outgrown their home in the Adventureland Veranda. To give fans more room to interact with their fairy friends, the Imagineers are thinking of retheming the Swiss Family Treehouse as a Pixie Dust Tree, the magical location prominently featured in all of the Disney-fairies films.

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