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Upside Down House, Niagara Falls

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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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  • As a person who grew up wondering what it would be like to walk on the ceiling, I was very happy to pay the money to get in. Prepare to feel disjointed and maybe even dizzy in there. It is set up much...  more »
  • Something new for us to do. It's a bit pricey considering it's only a hand full of rooms but enjoyable. Thankful for the hand rails to help you walk. It was very hard to walk straight other wise. We w...  more »
  • Great concept but way too expensive. We walked through the entire house in under five minutes and I believe it cost us about $20 for two people.  more »
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  • The upside down house was a little expensive for the time it took to go through the whole house. It was $10 plus tax per person and it takes about 3 minutes to walk through if you take your time. It was a cool concept and fun while it lasts but it definitely could've been better. You can see the staples holding a lot of the items upside down and glue and that sort of thing. I hope they take feedback and make this place more of a destination instead of a side show.
  • Unique experience. You get to walk inside a house turned upside down. The house is not that big, there are only 6 rooms. I deducted a star because it's very short to walk through it. It's not always busy so you could take your time and take a lot of photos. The house is also on a slight tilt which gives you a great gravity pull effect. If you haven't been I would recommend vising. It's one of the shortest experiences at Clifton Hill, but still worth it.
  • An interesting exercise in art and architecture. Pricey, but not as bad as some of the other attractions in the area. Two tips: Bring a camera and look up.
  • Love it! It was amazing seeming everything upside down inside the house, you feel slightly dizzy but it's part of the experience.
  • Was pretty much a waste of time and money for adults but any kids may like it