Upside Down House, Niagara Falls

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. Work out when and for how long to visit Upside Down House and other Niagara Falls attractions using our handy Niagara Falls trip planner.
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Upside Down House Reviews
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  • Paid $22+ for two people to struggle on an unbalanced floor. No warning about that. Stuff was stuck on the cieling. That's neat, but that was it. You walk in, you walk out. Totally not worth the money...  more »
  • It cost me $30C and took us 5 minutes. Even the kids thought it was disappointing. One floor, made me nauseous and wasn't very creative.  more »
  • 20 second outing for $26 dollars. Myself, Husband and daughter. So disappointed!! Do not waste your time with this. Especially if you can't handle feeling unstable.  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.
  • It really feels like you are upside down. Your head is lightly spinning trying to understand what is going on. Fun place. You will like it))
  • It's fascinating to go through and look at. But its pricey and not that long of a tour at all. Walk very slowly to enjoy the attraction for as long as you can before you leave the exit.
  • 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.
  • Staff were friendly, even charged me at kids rates ($6). Something different to see, good photo op if on holidays. A bit dizzying, but if you have some extra time it's good for a laugh.

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The city bordering Canada's most famous attraction offers a wide range of accommodations, with competition keeping prices surprisingly low. You'll pay a premium for views of the falls, with most of the prime real estate right by the star attraction controlled by major international hotel chains. Most sit along Niagara Parkway, which fronts the river. If you're looking for something nearby but still affordable, check the options along Victoria Avenue--you won't have a view of the falls, but you'll be just minutes from the spectacular attraction.
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