Have you heard of the newest and weirdest museum in Metro Manila?
How weird? Well, to date their guests can experience in the museum a Leaning House, Floating Corner, Upside Down House, Mirror House, Giant Sneaker, Giant Headset, The World of Comfort (toilet bowls and urinals on display), The Inverted Steel Bridge, and a lot more. Details on entrance fee and museum schedule are indicated in the bottom portion of this post.
Cool stuff right? An exciting news is you can enter the museum for FREE within your birth week.
Free entrance to all birthday celebrators can be availed upon presenting the following: (a) Adults: A photocopy of a government-issued ID with picture showing the birthday of the card holder and (b) Minors: A photocopy of a birth or baptismal certificate, or his/ her school ID with birthday.
Another promo is a tie-up with Star City, a popular amusement park in the country located near Upside Down Museum.
The Upside Down Museum, located in the former location of Boom na Boom Carnival in Pasay City, was created as our country’s version of similar museums in Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and USA. This Philippine edition is ten- fold bigger and added more illusions to expand the experience. To date Upside Down has 15 increadible features and counting. Visit www.upsidedown.com.ph to know more about this extra-ordinary museum.
For Group Tours and Discounts – Please look for “Grace / Pau”
Land Line: (02) 834-8997 / (02) 551-5530 / (02) 506 0080
Cell Phone: 0917 -877-8798 / 0998-334-8363 / 0916-321-1445
Address: CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Metro Manila