Treehouse World

Phone: 484-329-7853 Address: 1442 Phoenixville Pike West Chester, PA, 19380

Hours / Pricing

We currently keep the following animals at Treehouse World:

Feeding time at the Chicken Castle

Chickens & Guinea Hens: These birds live in a Chicken Castle (large coop) and roam the property during the days we are open. They generally do not want to be picked up, but many children follow them around and enjoy watching them (and chasing them).

Guinea Hens peeking in the office.

The birds were originally brought here because they are voracious eaters of ticks, and we did not like the idea of treating the entire property with chemicals several times each year for environmental reasons. We bring in new baby chicks each year during the months of April, May, and June, and this is a great time to be able to pick them up (gently) before they are large enough to join the adult flock in mid-summer. Children may hold the chicks with an adult or staff member present. Please ask if assistance is needed.

Treehouse World Rabbit

Rabbit: This rabbit has a two level pen with retractable roof. Adult or staff members can pick up and hold the rabbit for children to pet, but hold carefully as she may jump down and run into the thickets where she will be difficult to catch, and this might result in her being eaten by a predator. Please ask if assistance is needed, as she can decide to kick or scratch in effort to get away. Children love to bring weeds & grass to the rabbit - she eats anything green, but prefers dandelions, wildflowers, broad leaf weeds, and leftover raw vegetables and apple cores.

Baby Guinea Hens Under the Heat Lamp

If you know of any homeless animals that we might be able to care for and let other children enjoy, please let us know. This is how our rabbit came to us. We are considering expanding the mini-farm to include pygmy goats or other small outdoor animals, but need to consider their pasture and fencing needs first...