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fun house

also fun·house (fŭn′hous′)
n.
A building or an attraction in an amusement park or a carnival that features various devices intended to surprise, frighten, bewilder, or amuse.

funhouse

(ˈfʌnˌhaʊs)
n
an attraction at a funfair, carnival, etc, with a variety of entertainments such as clowns and distorting mirrors
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