Swiss Family Robinson Tree house

Sep 30th

Swiss Family Robinson Tree house – Swiss family Robinson tree house is one of favorite attraction in magic kingdom. This tree house look like real tree but in reality it’s made up out of steel, concrete, and stucco. They have 70 feet tall and 80 ft wide and the attraction weighed 150 tons. The appeal of Swiss family Robinson tree house is that you can stroll through the center of a giant tree house. Where everyone could hear and see various scenes based on the Disney movie Swiss Family Robinson.

Swiss Family Robinson Tree house Disneyland
Swiss Family Robinson Tree house Disneyland

Swiss family Robinson tree house offers up some of the most incredible views of points of the magic kingdom. For example, if you particularly like this shot of Space Mountain, which you may not have realized you would be able to see from there. What really makes this attraction is when you taking a tour of it, you able to lose myself in the book and the movie.  There are so many incredible details that the Imaginers have put into place that really makes this attraction special.

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Who appear at attraction’s opening on Swiss family Robinson tree house is John Mills, who played Father Robinson and his daughter. The attraction was a walk-through rather than a ride, where visitors climb the stairs in the trunk through the various “rooms” are designed to suit contained on the theme of the movie, with items and structures made to appear salvaged from a 19th-century shipwreck and desert island finds. When it opened, the attraction required a C ticket.