An Upside Down House Has Opened At The Trafford Centre

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An Upside Down House Has Opened At The Trafford Centre

The topsy-turvy experience will give people the chance to take ‘zero gravity’ selfies.

The Upside Down House has landed on its roof outside the Great Hall and will be open until October 2020.

Photo: David McHugh / Brighton Pictures

The Upside Down House is a two-storey inverted building with a number of different rooms to explore. Visitors can walk on the ceiling, go up and downstairs and even do handstands on the sofa.

Via amazing optical illusions, visitors who snap pictures or selfies within the house will look as if they are literally floating.

Alison Niven, Centre Director at intu Trafford Centre, said:

“This promises to be a unique experience for all the family, where your world is literally turned upside down.

“We’re really excited to welcome The Upside Down House to intu Trafford Centre, as we’re sure visitors will be amazed and delighted at this one-of-a-kind attraction that will definitely make them smile!”

David McHugh / Brighton Pictures

Tom Dirse, CEO of Upside Down House UK, added:

“With its high footfall, intu Trafford Centre is a fantastic location for The Upside Down House to visit, particularly with the growing number of families and groups of friends looking for a fun day out packed with memorable experiences.”

“The Upside Down House offers a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to walk on the ceiling, whilst taking amazing photos to share with your friends and families online and in person.”

Tickets bought online cost £3.50 on weekdays and £4.50 on weekends, or £5 if bought on the day.

Opening hours are 10am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 9pm Saturday and Sunday. Click here for more information.

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