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Upside Down House, Niagara Falls

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
1.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Have your world turned upside down at Upside Down House, a quirky attraction tailor-made for whiling away a few hours on a rainy day. Enter and experience a bizarre topsy-turvy world in which you can walk on the ceiling and look up at the floor. Be sure to bring your camera to capture your gravity-defying stunts. To visit Upside Down House on your holiday in Niagara Falls, and find out what else Niagara Falls has to offer, use our Niagara Falls itinerary builder.
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  • $40 dollars to see 5 rooms, which took us 3 minutes to get through. Waste of money. Spend it on other things. 
  • First let me stay, this is a very cool concept. But the write up we read before going, says it will take approx. 45 minutes to see all the rooms. It was more like, 5 minutes. At a cost of $21.00 for t...  read more »
  • We had alot of fun here,it's $10 American per person,but I don't know if that was a special discount because everyone here is saying that it's $20. You can take your time going through the house,altho...  read more »
  • Be prepared for an Upside-down experience. The house is located off of Clifton Hill (Burger King). Kids are $7.99 and adults are $8.99. It is a quick walk through depending on how your body feels with seeing furniture above you. Note: if you suffer from vertigo, you may want to take it easy or just not go 😆. Hold onto something and enjoy.
  • Cool to take pictures from the outside. Was cool on the inside. Was not worth the money. It was $30 to get in and only took us about 5 minutes to do.
  • Funny place to see! You really get weird feeling of dizziness inside. Only reason not 5 stars is the price cause you are inside like 10 to 15 min and for 2 adults and 2 small children it cost 38$ So lil over priced for the actual time you spend there.
  • The kids were completely disappointed when they came out. It literally took them maximum 5 minutes to get through. It's deceiving from the outside because it looks quite big, but it's just one floor and not all that big. Cost for 1 adult and 2 children = $28. Go spend it elsewhere.
  • At $10 per person I would say this is not worth the money for an attraction that you can see in about 5 minutes. I've been to a different upside down house and the house was more of an enriched environment. For example, props you can touch, obstacles, etc. You can only enter about 5 rooms, maybe 4 in this particular house. You are only on one floor.
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