Dancing on the Ceiling at Westfield

The Upside Down House can be visited outside the shopping centre

The Upside Down House at Westfield in Shepherd's Bush

The UK’s only topsy-turvy attraction, Upside Down House UK can now be seen in Westfield Square.

The house is a hybrid of street art and experiential entertainment where the inverted structure provides visitors with a zero-gravity photo experience without the need to go into space.

Arranged over two storeys and fully furnished with a kitchen, bathroom, living room art and bedroom, all in a modern style, the house is open daily. Visitors are invited to walk on the ceiling and lose themselves going downstairs to go up.

Tom Dirse, CEO of Upside Down House UK says, “We are really excited to open our latest house in in London in partnership with Westfield London! It’s a photo 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 and uploading their best pictures on social media.”

Jacinta Rowsell, General Manager for Westfield London says, “As part of our ongoing rollout of summer activities at Westfield London, we’re excited to be partnering with Upside Down House UK to bring a one of a kind Instagrammable experience to our visitors. With consumers looking to do more experiences, Westfield is the perfect place for people to come together in real life.”

There are opportunities for great photos at the Upside Down House

The Upside Down House is a new tourist attraction across the country, with houses already open in Brighton, Essex, Manchester, Bristol & Great Yarmouth in Partnership with Pleasure Beach and now in London.

For more on Upside Down House UK tickets which cost £5 click here.

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August 30, 2021