Universally Accessible Treehouse
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Universally-Accessible Treehouse

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The first universally-accessible treehouse in a public space in California.

Trustee

Wallis Annenberg

Chairman of the Board, President and CEO

The first universally-accessible treehouse in a public space in California was opened April 10, 2005 at Wilson Park in Torrance, California. The treehouse, a 2,500 square foot wooden structure, was designed to give children and adults of all ages and physical abilities an awe-inspiring experience -- and a bird's eye view. Created as a service to the immediate community and as an inspiration for others, nearly 30 treehouses have been built nationally.

It is thrilling to be able to make it possible for people of all ages and physical abilities to experience the world from a treehouse, there's a sense of vision, fun and pure escape that only such a structure can provide.

  • Universally Accessible Treehouse in Torrance, California
  • Universally Accessible Treehouse in Torrance, California
  • Universally Accessible Treehouse in Torrance, California

Universally-Accessible Treehouse in Torrance, California. Photos by The Treehouse Guys, LLC.