Worlds Biggest Treehouse

The world’s largest treehouse, located in Crossville Tennesse, makes the Swiss Family Robinson’s look like a bunch of amateurs – but that might be because it was commissioned by god. The 1960 Disney film about a family on an island, features an impressive treehouse complete with it’s own watermill. But the Robinson’s home pales in significance next to this structure, which took builder Horace Burgess 11 years to build.

The world's largest treehouse, located in Crossville Tennesse, makes the Swiss Family Robinson's look like a bunch of amateurs - but that might be because it was commissioned by god. The 1960 Disney film about a family on an island, features an impressive treehouse complete with it's own watermill. But the Robinson's home pales in significance next to this structure, which took builder Horace Burgess 11 years to build.

The world's largest treehouse, located in Crossville Tennesse, makes the Swiss Family Robinson's look like a bunch of amateurs - but that might be because it was commissioned by god. The 1960 Disney film about a family on an island, features an impressive treehouse complete with it's own watermill. But the Robinson's home pales in significance next to this structure, which took builder Horace Burgess 11 years to build.

The world's largest treehouse, located in Crossville Tennesse, makes the Swiss Family Robinson's look like a bunch of amateurs - but that might be because it was commissioned by god. The 1960 Disney film about a family on an island, features an impressive treehouse complete with it's own watermill. But the Robinson's home pales in significance next to this structure, which took builder Horace Burgess 11 years to build.

The world's largest treehouse, located in Crossville Tennesse, makes the Swiss Family Robinson's look like a bunch of amateurs - but that might be because it was commissioned by god. The 1960 Disney film about a family on an island, features an impressive treehouse complete with it's own watermill. But the Robinson's home pales in significance next to this structure, which took builder Horace Burgess 11 years to build.