You might not think about stairs very much, but that’s probably because you’re used to seeing the plain boring ones that are the norm. Once you get a look at these, you’ll never see stairs the same way again.
Tiger and Turtle
This set of stairs is in Germany and looks like a roller coaster from a distance.
Casa Batllo Staircase
This Barcelona masterpiece is built with inspiration from a skeleton and spans several floors.
This German attraction is between two buildings and is a form of art that makes the area look more virbrant.
Melk Abbey Staircase
Painted pink and gold, this intricately painted staircase can be found in Austria at a Benedictine abbey.
Loretto Chapel Staircase
These stairs can be found in Santa Fe, New Mexico and are self-supporting and were said to be built anonymously and for no pay.
Cedar Creek Treehouse
Also called “The Stairway to Heaven,” this set of stairs in Washington spirals 82 feet into the air.
Staircase to Nowhere
These stairs are housed in the Winchester Mystery House and are said to be a way to confuse evil spirits.
Located on the outer portion of Chateau de Blois in France, the stairs are very detailed and are an impressive architectural feature.
This Fifth Avenue store features a fancy staircase you won’t see anywhere else.
16th Avenue Mosaic Staircase
If you’re in San Francisco, you don’t want to miss this mosaic that spans the ocean to the sky.