Upside Down Museum’s inspiration was taken from Malaysia /Thailand /Taiwan and USA.
People flock to these museums to see something familiar yet different – turning houses upside down. This Philippine edition - decided to do it ten- fold bigger and added more illusions to expand the experience.
All these in a 1,700 sq. feet of fun and excitement. All for P450.00 per person.
To date Upside Down features 15 more features and counting. We have the Leaning House, Floating Corner, Upside Down House, Mirror House, Giant Sneaker – Giant Headset, The World of Comfort , The Inverted Steel Bridge. Etc.