Upside Down House in Westfield White City - Admission tickets

Available to 31 December 2023

Book now from £6.95 per adult

The Upside Down House makes for one of the most unique family attractions in London! 

The Upside Down House is an interactive photo attraction that welcomes audiences of all ages, whether you’re a content creator or a family planning your next day out, this experience will certainly turn that frown upside down. Let your imagination run wild!

Walk on the ceiling and reach for the furniture in this unique family attraction that allows you to take unique photos to share with your friends and family.

How does my ticket work?

Once you have purchased your ticket for the Upside Down House, you can visit any time in either the morning slot, or afternoon time slot, depending on the time of the ticket you purchased. The time slots are as follows:

  • Monday - Saturday:
    Morning Time Slot 10am to 1pm
    Afternoon Time Slot 1:30pm to 4:30pm
    Evening Time Slot 5pm to 8pm
  • Sunday:
    Morning Time Slot 12pm to 3pm
    Afternoon Time Slot 3pm to 6pm
Westfield Square,
Ariel Way,
W12 7SL

How to find us

Upside Down House Westfield is located at Westfield London (White City) Shopping Centre, opposite Puttshack and All Star Lanes. If you are travelling by train the nearest tube station is Wood Lane, whilst Shepherds Bush Station is only a 5 minute walk.

For all other modes of transport, Westfield Shopping Centre has sufficient parking on site with Car Park B being the shortest distance from the house.

People also ask:

Is the Upside Down House suitable if I am prone to motion sickness?

  • The Upside Down House in Westfield White City is on a slant and therefore you may feel motion sickness. 

How long can I spend inside the Upside Down House?

  • Tickets can only be used once for a duration of 20 mins and you cannot re-enter.

What ages can visit the Upside Down House in Westfield White City?

  • The Upside Down House is suitable for all ages and under 3's can enter for free!

Is the Upside Down House wheelchair-accessible?

  • The ground floor is part-accessible for wheelchairs, guests can access it via a temporary ramp, leading into the inverted experience with plenty of photo opportunities. The attraction itself has 2 floors, separated by a spiral staircase, with no lift or ramp alternative to the second floor.

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