Guaranteed to make you feel a bit dizzy once inside, Niagara Falls‘ newest attraction is the Upside Down House sitting at the heart of Clifton Hill. Just by looking at it, one would be curious of what’s like inside and how things are organized in such a weird facade. We all have seen Chris Hadfield floating inside his sick space station where things are defying gravity or churning upside down. Are things inside this house defying gravity, too? It turns out, they do! But unfortunately, humans don’t. 😀
Let’s play pictionary, shall we?
That ugly construction machine in front of the house is a sore in this photo. Aesthetically speaking, this is big FAIL! 😀
Isn’t the EXIT sign supposed to be upside down, too? 😉
How much? $9.03 (including tax)
How to get there: Coming from the Falls, walk on Clifton Hill and turn right before Burger King. You can see it even from the corner.
The living room, bedroom, kid’s play, bathroom sink and the hall room are hands and feet off to visitors. You can’t cross beyond the fences they installed.