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Walk on the Ceiling at Westfield’s Upside Down House

Updated: Oct 11, 2021

Challenge your comfort zone and spice up your Instagram account with a uniquely quirky photo opportunity. The Upside Down House is a playful recreation of a modern family home that’s been flipped the wrong way up to create the mind-boggling illusion of an alternative, inverted space where you can literally walk on the ceiling.

The unusual attraction is a hybrid of experiential entertainment and street art that makes it a fun activity for families. Step inside its topsy-turvy universe to explore a fully-furnished living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom designed for Westfield White City.

It’s such an unmissable chance to get as imaginative as can be by staging the most hilarious, gravity-defying photo shots such as climbing on top of kitchen cupboards or pretend you're about to dive into the toilet (go wild! who are we to judge?).

All you need to do is take a picture and rotate it 180 degrees.

Tickets cost £5 per person (under 3s go free) and you can book your visit here.

📍 Westfield Square, Ariel Way, W12 7GF 🚇 The closest London Underground Stations to Westfield White City Upside Down House are Wood Lane (on the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines) or Shepherd's Bush and White City (on the Central Line).


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