Sorry for not updating my blogpost for a bit. I was in Hiroshima last week. I’m going to share more photos from Huasan Creative Park 1914. If last time I posted a lot from the Ghibli exhibition, then now I’ll share the photos from the Upside Down House and Where’s Wally (or Where’s Waldo, in case you’re from the US) exhibition.
Part 1: The Upside Down House
The upside down house is a normal 3-story-house, except, it was upside down. This upside down house is exhibited in Huasan 1914 Creative Park. You can find more info about the location here in my previous post. However, here’s the address if you can’t be bother to click the link.
Huashan 1914 Creative Park
No.1, Section 1, Bade Road, Zhongzheng Dist, Taipei 100,
The upside down house is a normal 3-story house except, everything inside is upside down.
Even the details like the food in the table, picture, and potted plants are in upside-down condition.
There’s a garage with the car hanging upside-down too. You can also explore the whole 3 level.
My favourite part of the house is probably the bathroom hehehe.
The bedroom interior is also nice.
This house was built by group of Taiwanese Architecture. I think it’s a good place if you want to take some creative, trick-eye kind of photos.
The admission is only 199NT (around$6) but it’s worth to visit. Visitors can enter from the side of the house and get out at the top (or bottom) of the house.
Where is Wally?
The last exhibition next to the Upside down house is Where’s Wally Exhibition. It was conducted until September last year, so probably by the time I publish this article, the exhibition is not there anymore.
I know the character as Wally from the children book, however, he does not really interest me hahaha. I don’t remember exactly the admission fee, but it’s not really different from the Ghibli or Upside Down one.
Inside, you can find several rooms full of painting and you can try to locate Wally and his family in the pictures. There’re a lot of figures too.
And… those all those 3 exhibitions I visited to Huasan. If I have to rank from the most interesting to the less interesting will be Ghibli -> Upside Down -> and Wally.
When you visit Huasan, there’re probably different exhibitions going on there. If the exhibition is interesting for you, make sure to come visit it. I’m pretty sure the Upside Down exhibition is going to be there for a while.
See you in the next post, and as usual, comments are always loved <3