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Upside Down House, Niagara Falls

(1.6/5 based on 170+ 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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  • It's not badly priced. About $8 USD per person. It's unique and definitely something to check out if you're in the area.  more »
  • I've taken my boys to the upside down house in Florida and Myrtle Beach. They had a $1 day for locals in Niagara Falls. I was truly unimpressed with this house. My boys and I agreed that the house in ...  more »
  • (costs about $20 each, and not worth it, so just take the photo:), I read there passes to know all these attractions, but the truth is "trapping tourists", or worth.
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  • If you like to get back at your mind playing tricks on you, but don't know how. Now you can play tricks to your mind by going here. But be careful, it can be very trippy and fun. I recommend going in a group. Fun and laughter will ensue.
  • We had a great time taking gravity defying pictures or hanging from the ceiling. We had the house to ourselves when we went, but on a crowded summer's day it would be hard to get some good shots. It takes a bit of practice to get things looking just right, so don't rush. Then flip your photos around afterwards for some fun results.
  • 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.
  • 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.