Everyday life can feel pretty normal from day to day, however, Quirky Quarter are ensuring things stay far from it with its cacophony of optical illusions, mysteries and a world where nothing is what it seems.
We headed over to the Duke Street attraction to check out the experience firsthand and were not disappointed.
For a few months during its construction, some of you who may have wondered what was hiding behind the scrubbed out windows at the top of Duke Street, and the sharp-eyed among you will also have seen the mannequin display tucked away opposite Petit Café du Coin hinting at the interesting content within spread across its 12,750 sq ft space within.
However, nothing really prepares you for the fun inside, taking elements of escape rooms, interactive music shows, buckets of Instagram photo-ops and of course a few head-turning rooms to cap the experience off.
The attraction is suitable for all ages, those with curious minds and a silly sense of humour.
The entire attraction is on one level, with a fully accessible WC (with adult-sized changing facilities).
The majority of exhibits can be enjoyed by all, although a few minor exhibits present some height issues.