Upside Down House, Szymbark

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#100 of 535 in Things to do in Pomerania Province
Architectural Building · Mysterious Site
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  • A place that You want to be in and experience for the few minutes the up-side down house phenomena and to see the longest wooden board (over 46 meters) but after the Covid-19 pandemic it seems that...  more »
  • it's a good thing to experience that, but the house itself is quite small. It's difficult to spend more than a few minutes inside. The senses go crazy ;)  more »
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  • A very interesting "gravity defying" piece of architecture and construction work. A must visit place in the outskirts of Gdansk through a very scenic road . Everything inside & outside the house is upside down. Some people find get a bit dizzy after some time inside the house as human brain could take a bit of time to get adjusted to this unusual place. I had too much fun. There are basically 2 floors inside the house and one can go to both levels. Some interesting paintings are in the "second " floor. Good place for photography too.
  • Will visit here tomorrow and will send review after visit.One of the most interesting educational visitor facility in Poland,situated in heart of forestry area,it is both a visitor attraction to see the upside down house constructed of local timber and many other forestry related buildings,a hotel,restaurants conference centre and the most interesting part is the section and museum with a Russian train and cattle wagons to ship polish people to Siberia under Stalin,s Russian Occupation of Poland and many artefacts and stories depicted showing the horrors endured by thousands of people sent to Gulag,s in Siberia.It is a sombre and moving experience to see this exhibition and I wish to return here one day as you cannot take it all in in one visit.Congratulations to the people who established this centre,it should be on your list of places to visit in Poland.
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