As you enter Adventureland, the walkways get narrow, and the game of dodging strollers begins while you try to make it toward your favorite attraction. During that moment of chaos, you are passing the Swiss Family Treehouse, which from the outside, can seem dull. You might not even see it due to weaving through the crowd, but maybe next time, take a moment and pull over.
What may seem like a boring walkthrough attraction is actually something magical. As you climb to the top, you’ll see the most amazing views of the Magic Kingdom. Oh, and plenty of gorgeous foliage.
Now hear me out, I am someone that skips this attraction all the time, but I recently told myself, “why not.” I climbed to the top of the treehouse, and it was worth every step. If I am being completely transparent, I didn’t stop to see all of the displays; I was on a mission to see what was at the top. When I got there, I was not disappointed.
I could see Cinderella Castle, TRON Lightcyle / Run, and Space Mountain in the distance, which was breathtaking. It is the perfect photo spot for someone looking to take a Magic Kingdom picture that is unique and different. This is also a nice private area to do a proposal while still getting the caste in the background. Let’s take a look at these views!
These are some photos I took from the top of the treehouse, and the rest are from my way down. On the way down, you can see different parts of Adventureland and Frontierland.
These views might not be as spectacular as those from the top, but seeing what will soon be Tiana’s Bayou Adventure off in the distance was cool. I also loved seeing Adventureland’s contrasting colors through the tree branches. By the way, walking through here was a fantastic break from standing in the sun.
If you are looking for gorgeous views of the Magic Kingdom, the top of Swiss Family Treehouse is where you’ll find them.
Hi, I'm Erica, and I write about all things Disney. Before working for The DIS, I was a theme park performer at SeaWorld, but I also performed at Disney. I have such an immense love for theme parks to the point I studied them in college.