In Terfens, everything is turned upside down for one day, even the kitchen and the car in the garage
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Along the Vomp Stream in Terfens stands a house that overrides the laws of gravity: The roof is down, the floor is up, and inside everything hangs from the ceiling. In the upside-down building - called "Haus steht Kopf" - you can experience everything from the perspective of a bat.
"Upside Down House" is intended as a special experience and museum of experience to change one's perspective. Everyday things suddenly become exciting, details gain a new significance.
Next to the complex there is also a dinosaur park that takes you on a journey to the land of prehistoric giants hundreds of millions of years before our time, and the Copernicus restaurant with child-friendly dishes such as Wiener schnitzel, chicken nuggets and Pizza Margherita.
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€ 15.00 adults
€ 15.00 young people (17-18 years)
€ 13.00 children and young people (5-16 years)
€ 13.00 students
€ 13.00 seniors
€ 35.00 family ticket (2 adults with 1 child)
€ 23.00 family ticket (1 adult with 1 child)
€ 9.00 each additional child of the family
free for children up to 4 years
discount for groups of 15 and more persons
The house stays open daily all year round, also on public holidays. The opening hours of the Dinoland and the restaurant Kopernikus corrispond to the ones of the Upside Down House.