A clichéd yet popular tourist attraction that never fails to amuse is an upside down house, with a faithfully reproduced exterior and interior with inverted furniture, doorways and windows. These houses can be found all over the world either as part of an amusement park or a tourist attraction on its own. Let us look at some of the best made upside down houses.
WonderWorks is a museum and learning center focused on science exhibits, located in numerous places in the US — Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Orlando, Florida; Pigeon Forge, Tennessee; Panama City Beach, Florida; and Syracuse, New York. With the exception of New York, each location features an upside down building that appears to have crashed on to the earth with telltale signs of cracks and wreckage. The building is very well done on the outside.
WonderWorks in Orlando, Florida. Photo credit: Carlos Rios/Flickr