Yes, everything is upside-down and it’s really amazing. I totally love it!
But so does everyone else, ha ha! So the first time I went, at Lantern Festival a few weeks ago, there was a 2-hour queue to get in….. and then the second time I went, a few days ago, there was hardly anyone, and the queue was 10 minutes! It’s wonderful!
The Upside-Down House is at Huashan 1914 Creative Park (華山1914文化創意產業園區), Taipei’s old winery dating from the Japanese era ~ first producing sake and ginseng wines, and breeding moth orchids, then it moved into production of rice wines, liquors and later fruit wines. Eventually wine production moved elsewhere, and the factory was kind of abandoned and about to be demolished when it was discovered and eventually restored ~ and is now a creative park full of exhibitions, shows, cafes, art shops etc. It’s fun!
So do go along and check out that upside-down house, it’s open until mid-July….