Radailiai Upside-Down House (Apverstas Namas Radailiai)
To save time on your visit to Radailiai Upside-Down House, plan to pre-book tickets, and take your time exploring at your own pace. To make the most of your time, pair your visit with a stop at Radailiai Dinosaur Park, next door, or head to the coast afterwards for dinner at one of the nearby resort towns.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Radailiai Upside-Down House is a must-see for families with young kids.
Don't forget your camera or smartphone; you'll want to snap lots of selfies in this oddball attraction.
It's easy to fit a visit into your itinerary as you'll need less than an hour to explore the house.
How to Get There
The Radailiai Upside-Down House is located about 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) from Klaipėda—and about 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the nearest coastal resort town. The easiest way to reach the site is to drive or hire a taxi.
When to Get There
Radailiai Upside-Down House is open seven days a week. This popular destination is busiest on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, so you can avoid crowds by visiting on a weekday.
Family-Friendly Fun at the Radailiai Dinosaur Park
The Radailiai Upside-Down House is situated within the Radailiai Dinosaur Park, and you can make the most of your excursion by visiting both attractions in one day. Enjoy the 5D cinema, paddle boats, and of course, the dinosaur statues. You'll find lots of activities as well as refreshments and an on-site pizzeria, so expect to spend a few hours (or even the whole day) at the park.
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