An extraordinary and exciting new building is about to arrive in Bournemouth’s buzzy and vibrant Triangle – the Upside Down House. A hybrid of street art and experiential entertainment, this inverted wooden structure will be the first of its kind in the UK, providing visitors with a zero-gravity illusion experience in a safe and family friendly environment.
Walk on the ceiling ,go downstairs to go up , do handstands on the sofa without taking your feet off the floor and let your imagination run riot. The house is fully furnished, arranged over two storeys and is perfect for quirky photo opportunities in our social media age.
The Upside Down House makes for a perfect pit stop while shopping , on a work break , after a weekend brunch or in between drinks on a night out.
Launching on November 10th 2018, this fascinating new installation will also be part of Bournemouth’s Christmas Tree Wonderland trail, launching a week later. Meanwhile, the house will be in situ until the end of June 2019 and the interiors will occasionally change and transform.
CEO of Upside Down House Tom Dirse , said “We are extremely excited to bring the first Upside Down House to the UK, specifically to Bournemouth. We’d like to thank Bournemouth Tourism for all its help support and help in bringing this project together.”