Things to do at Upside Down House Brighton review
Along the seafront in Brighton, you will find something a bit different. The Upside Down House will turn your world upside down. This is one of four Upside Down Houses across the UK.
The house has an open plan layout to allow customers to move freely around the rooms of illusion and to get the best photos possible. The only hard part is deciding what fun photo to create next.
You can walk on the ceiling, reach for the coffee table, climb on kitchen cabinets and take fun photos to share with your friends and family. There are a variety of designed rooms that recreate a luxurious beach house based on the seafront. You can find the house situated between the i360 and Brighton Beach Club.
It is a museum of illusion and such a unique place to visit. Visits are limited to 20 minutes. Staff can help you take your photos. As the house is on a slant some visitors may experience motion sickness.
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FAQ and Further Information Upside Down House Brighton
What are the main things to do?
Upside down house great for creating fun and out of the ordinary family photos. Walk on the ceiling and more.
What are the ticket prices?
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap. Tickets are £5 per person, children under 3 are free.
Is there parking?
There is no on-site parking, there are car parks nearby, charges will apply.
When are they open?
They are open almost year-round and are open until 9 pm every night except Sundays (8 pm). For up to date opening times please visit their website.
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Are they accessible?
Guests can access the ground floor via a temporary ramp, leading into the inverted experience with plenty of photo opportunities. The attraction itself has 2 floors, separated by a spiral staircase, with no lift or ramp alternative to the second floor. The ground floor is part-accessible for wheelchairs.
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