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Thursday, 20 June 2019

Our Visit to the Brighton Upside Down House

We ended the recent half term by going to the brand new Upside Down House in Brighton and the boys were not disappointed!

It had only been built two weeks before our visit and it's been put next to the Brighton i360 which makes a gorgeous photo when you get the right angle!

Upside Down House Brighton
Brighton's Upside Down House
The makers of the Upside Down House have already built three in other locations around the UK. They want to give people the chance to capture images that are surreal and fun which you can definitely do in this house.

We had great fun exploring the two-storey house which has a bathroom, play room, bedroom, lounge and kitchen that you can explore.



Brighton Upside Down House
The Bloke doing his thing
I found it difficult to think of poses because my brain struggles to flip the image so I can work out what would look good, but we had fun trying out random poses and some looked quite good.

Brighton Upside Down House
Me doing mine!
My favourite areas were the bedroom and the kitchen as there was quite a lot of things you could manipulate around those rooms. The boys had great fun and my boyfriend did one particular shot where he looked like Spiderman hovering over the bed which was my favourite.


The Playroom

All you have to do is pose and take your photo, and then flip it via your phone image editor. Some people have been really creative and the company have posted these on their Facebook page for inspiration.

Brighton Upside Down House
The Kitchen

Apparently when the seasons change, so does the house, so I will be looking forward to going back to see the changes when we get into winter time. I can imagine there might be pretty cool Halloween and Christmas themes being planned.

Overall the house is a great way to spend an hour during a weekend or school holiday. It is quite cheap entry per person, and the photos you can create can end up being some great prints for your mantelpiece.

Brighton Upside Down House
Me doing a finger point pose

The location of this house means you are right near lots of attractions so it can easily be part of an activity-filled day out in Brighton. After doing this one I quite like the idea of trying out the other three locations as each one is unique in design.

If you've tried one of the houses feel free to share your pics in the comments below!
No payment was received for this post, only free entry to see the house. All opinions are honest and my own.

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