Do want to know how you’ll move freely in the world that is upside down? Don’t worry because there is a place I know where you can experience something different. For the entrance fee of Php 450, you’ll have a sneak peek to the optical illusion of a museum called Upside Down Museum.
Upside Down Museum aimed to give Filipinos the experience of taking and seeing a photo in a different way as well as providing an avenue to enhance one’s imagination. The place was located in Boom na Boom Grounds, CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines with a floor area of 1700sq/m. The museum opened last October 11, 2016 by Korean Couple named Insun Park and Kyu Sung Yi. They aren’t strangers in the country to put up some attractions in Manila. Darwin So (Assistant manager) said that the museum was inspired from the upside down houses in America and Malaysia but on the other hand the features here are usually seen in common parts of the house.
When you visit the museum, you will be amazed of the real cars, tables, chairs and other objects that are sticking on the wall. The illusion will be seen after you take pictures and rotate it. Staffs around the museum are very accommodating to take your photos and they will assist you on how you will pose to every picture.
There are different galleries where you can choose from. If you want to have professional photos, there are photographers to take pictures of you and your friends. For the empty stomach, you can visit the cafeteria inside the museum.
The museum is open every Tuesday’s to Sunday’s from 11am to 9pm. The entrance fee is Php 450 and children with the age of 3 below have a free admission.