Upside Down House

Upside Down House in Tartu is one of the most interesting sights in the city. Here you can try the power of gravity, as well as take unique pictures that will amaze your friends. This unusual attraction will allow you to diversify your leisure time, so if you want to have fun – be sure to include the object in your itinerary.

The structure of the Upside Down House

The Tartu Upside Down House is an ordinary dwelling, but from an unusual perspective. The structure rests on the roof and is set at a nine-degree angle. The house is fully furnished, with furnishings hanging from the ceiling!

Because the building stands at an incline, a short period of adjustment is required before moving inside. Choose rubber-soled shoes when you move in. The rooms will be challenging, but fun!

Visiting the house can be dangerous for people with epilepsy or other conditions of imbalance. If you feel unwell when visiting the facility, call the staff for help immediately! Inside the building, be careful of children.

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Restrictions and Bonuses

Visiting the Upside Down House is prohibited to persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the area surrounding the building. Also it is not allowed to come here with pets.

For an additional fee at the ticket office, you can rent special glasses that will turn the interior of the building upside down. One pair of glasses is provided for five users. But it’s unlikely that using them will allow you to appreciate the facility.

Visitors to the attraction, keeping the ticket, can get a 20% discount at the Estonian National Museum, located next door. The discount is also valid in the opposite order.


Address: Tartu, Roosi 86
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How to find it?

Getting to the Upside Down House is fairly easy. In the city you can navigate by the signs to the Eesti Rahva Muuseum. The site is located in close proximity to the museum and the Raadi Manor Park.