The Chestnut Hill Examiner Reviews The Little Treehouse

Chestnut Hill Examiner – May 14, 2010

The Little Treehouse – Summer Jazz Series – Fridays and Saturdays, from 6:00-9:00 p.m.; Story and Pretzel Time – Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Free “Taste of Philly” soft pretzels and stories. Activities free with admission. 10 W. Gravers Lane.

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Germantown Avenue Visits The Little Treehouse

by Jen at
The Little Treehouse Play Cafe at Germantown Ave. and Gravers Lane in Chestnut Hill recently expanded their play areas to include several top-notch downstairs rooms. One space is a full mini-gym for the preschool set, connected to a smaller adjacent room for warm up time. The other space is a nicely equipped music room with hoards of instruments, plenty of room for dancing, and a wall mounted flat screen TV. All rooms are cheerfully painted, inviting, and built for fun.

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The Philadelphia Daily News Covers The Little Treehouse

For kids & parents, Treehouse hits heights: Good food, safe play & smart ideas. What’s not to like?

By Lari Robling / Philadelphia Daily News

If you find yourself this holiday weekend with a houseful of energetic young tots and hungry parents, a trip to The Little Treehouse, in Chestnut Hill, will fill some hours with play and feed the crew with organic healthy options for a reasonable bill.

Think a Chuck E. Cheese’s, slow food, Please Touch Museum mash-up. This concept was the brainchild of owner Rachel Williams. As a mom of three little ones, she wanted a place with the community of a Starbucks but an environment that was tolerant of the behavior of the 5-and-under set, as well as clean and safe. Healthy food choices and tasty options for the adults were also a must.

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