Upside Down House UK is launching its fourth and closest topsy-turvy attraction to Gloucestershire in nearby Bristol, in The Mall at Cribbs Causeway – from Sunday 2 November 2019.
Providing visitors with a fun, zero gravity illusion experience in a family-friendly environment, the new Bristol Upside Down House is described as a hybrid of street art and experiential entertainment in an inverted pastel pink wooden structure.
The Bristol Upside Down House is arranged over two storeys and is fully furnished with a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom, all decorated in a modern style.
Tom Dirse, CEO of Upside Down House UK, said: ‘It’s an experience like no other, everyone should walk on the ceiling at least once in their life. We’re really looking forward to seeing how inventive people can be while capturing their visit.’
As the seasons change, so does the Upside Down House, with an in-house interior designer transforming it into Christmas wonderland from mid-November, with inverted reindeers and colourful lights.
Other Upside Down Houses are already open in Brighton, Essex and Manchester, with a London Upside Down House also expected to be announced shortly.
Bristol’s Upside Down House is open daily from 10am to 8pm Mondays to Wednesdays; 10am to 9pm on Thursdays and Fridays; 10am to 8pm on Saturdays; and 11am to 5pm on Sundays.
Tickets do not need to be booked in advance and cost from £3.50 per person, while kids under three are free of charge.
For more information, call Upside Down House UK on (01375) 374725.
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