The new Upside Down House in Bournemouth, UK offers a zero-gravity illusion. But what about when you go to the toilet?
An extraordinary new building opened in Bournemouth’s buzzy and vibrant Triangle – the Upside Down House. A hybrid of street art and experiential entertainment, this inverted wooden structure over two storeys is the first of its kind in the UK, providing you with a zero-gravity illusion experience in a safe and family-friendly environment.
Walk on the ceiling, go downstairs to go up, do handstands on the sofa without taking your feet off the floor and let your imagination run riot. The house is fully furnished, arranged over two storeys and is perfect for quirky photo opps. Will certainly turn your head!
This fascinating new installation takes inspiration from a similar attraction in Lithuania and is also a part of Bournemouth’s Christmas Tree Wonderland trail. Meanwhile, the house will be in situ until the end of June 2019 and the interiors will occasionally change and transform in keeping with the seasons.
Expect a snowy house, inverted reindeers, colourful lights and a different interior during the festive season. In Easter, expect Easter eggs and bunnies, however Halloween at the Upside Down House gets a lot more scarier!
The Upside Down House makes for a perfect pit stop while shopping, on a work break, after a weekend brunch or in between drinks on a night out.
Open 10am – 8pm Monday to Friday, when tickets are £4 and 10am – 9pm Saturdays and Sundays, when tickets are £5. Children under 3 are free. For more visit their website.