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Take a look inside this gravity-defying Upside Down House

One of the UK’s more unusual tourist attractions.

Welcome to the Upside Down House.

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Described by organisers as a “zero-gravity illusion experience”, the Bournemouth attraction is now welcoming visitors who are looking for something a bit different.

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The upside down wooden structure is fully furnished across two floors, with rooms including a bedroom, bathroom and office.

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And of course, it’s the perfect opportunity for a few mind-bending Instagram snaps.

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The exhibit follows similar projects in places including Taipei and Lithuania.

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It took about 11 days to put together, but will continue to have its look refreshed as the seasons progress until it closes at the end of June.

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The attraction is open between midday and 9pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday, costing £4 in the week and a fiver at the weekend.

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