It's not very big, I've visited similar places in Thailand and Singapore before, especially the concave shape, the children are very happy, take many interesting photos, the overall feeling is ok
Inverted houses are buildings designed by European and American architects. In these upside down houses, the ceiling or floor, furniture or hanging above. To achieve more fantastic results, some builders not only upside down the house, but also tilt it. So visitors can feel immediately dizzy walking around the building for a few seconds. WonderWorks has more than 100 interactive exhibits, 12 cinemas with sports seats and a 36-foot-tall indoor rope.
It's interesting to take pictures.
Turning the house upside down, I feel very strange about the things here.
Canada Upside Down House is a very unique attraction.