World's Largest Treehouse?

The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland County, UK, billed itself as the world's largest all-wood treehouse (although you may argue it's a house in the trees, not an actual treehouse):

In 2005, the world’s largest all-wood treehouse was built amongst the lime trees of the non-profit Alnwick Garden in Northumberland County, UK. This 6,000 square foot treehouse is comprised of walkways, cottages, shops, a restaurant, and play areas. It is even wheelchair accessible, and holds close to 1,000 people, so everyone can play.

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Check my URL. I spend some time in a treehouse with 2 floors, at a height of 90 feet some five years back. Got a couple of photos there. Heard it was the world's tallest one, but frankly I am not sure. And we had a water-ballast-balanced-basket thingy to haul us up there :)
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"although you may argue it’s a house in the trees, not an actual treehouse"

Funny you say that ... I just put a poll up a few hours ago asking whether people thought this was a treehouse or not. Of the couple hundred votes so far, the overwhelming majority say: "It's not a treehouse, I feel duped". Whew, tough crowd!

Either way, it looked like a lot of fun to me! I'd pay to take my son there.
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