There are times in life when you feel like your whole world has turned upside down. But this house takes the phrase to a new level.
The ‘Upside Down House’ seemingly defies gravity by remaining completely stable even though it’s been flipped onto its roof. That’s thanks to master design and construction.
Walk inside and you’ll be even more perplexed because its interior is completely upside down too.
Everything from the couch, wall art and coffee table is the wrong way around.
The ‘Upside Down House’ has become an art installation slash tourist attraction.
Visitors spend hours bewildered, feeling like they’re in another dimension. They usually spend the next few hours creating amusing photos with the upside-down furniture.
The house is built on an angle to stabilise the construction but that only adds to the confusing illusion.
Onsite you’ll find jumping castles, snacks and other rides to keep visitors of all ages entertained.
You will find the Upside Down House in Hartebeestpoort, South Africa about 75km north of Johannesburg. See opening times and buy tickets here.
It’s not the only house of its kind though. The UK has taken quite the liking to turning things on their heads with upside-down houses dotted across five locations: Brighton, Lakeside, Trafford Centre, Cribbs Causeway and Whitefield White City.
Just like the South African attraction, each of the UK upside-down houses invites visitors to take surreal photos and appreciate life from a different perspective.
Visit and book your UK visit here.
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