Upside down house has joined goodwill agreement to ensure safety during the covid-19 outbreak

iN UPSIDE DOWN HOUSE YOU CAN BE SURE THAT:

· The visitor's code of conduct and information on the Covid-19 virus prevention activities implemented by the service provider are available for all clients;

· all employees are aware of the guidelines for preventing the spread of the virus and follow them in their daily work;

·  the indoor ventilation system is working properly;

·  there are enough disinfectants, they are available in places visible to everyone;

· frequently touched surfaces are cleaned and disinfected regularly;

·  employees and guests are required to wear a mask or alternative personal protective equipment in accordance with applicable national regulations;

·  the possibility to maintain the necessary distance both with each other and with the service providers is ensured;

·  people with signs of illness are not allowed to be in public places or in the service area;

· people who have come into contact with a client or employee with signs of illness are informed of the exposure without disclosing personal data;

·  the service provider participates in COVID-19 prevention webinars organised by Enterprise Estonia.


THE RULES FOR VISITING uPSIDE DOWN HOUSE: hOUSE RULES

UPSIDE DOWN HOUSE

Upside Down House is a dizzying adventure for everybody – grown-ups and children. We literally have turned the house upside down. Upstairs is downstairs and vice versa. All the things like sofas, kitchen cabinets and everything else, that you usually see on the floor, hang from the ceiling in the Upside Down House. Actually, they are still on the floor, but the floor is the ceiling and the ceiling is the floor and as a matter of fact, it is you, who is upside down. If you got confused, then come and see for yourself, that everything you have just read is true.
What would happen if you put on goggles that turn the world upside down at the Upside Down House? Would the house then be the right side up and look line an ordinary house? Or would it? Come and see for yourself! You can rent upside down goggles that guarantee you an even crazier experience at the Upside Down House!

Come and visit us in Tartu, in beautiful Raadi and take awesome photos with your friends. We are just a stone’s throw away from Estonian National Museum (ERM).

From the gallery, you can find some examples of funny and confusing photos taken in the Upside Down House.

If you have any "upside down" or "crazy" idea, please let us know, we help to fulfill all good ideas :)

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Information and booking
info@tagurpidimaja.ee
+372 5688 1811
OPENING HOURS:
Mon - Sun   10-18