Gabriel's Horn has the interesting property that it is an infinite surface area bound within a finite volume.
I was wondering if there was an extension of this to 3D space in a higher dimensional space, specifically an infinite volume contained within a finite "hyper-volume" (is that a thing)?
More specifically, I'm looking for something that, in layman's terms, would be appropriate to describe as an infinite volume contained within a finite hyper volume, that like Gabriel's horn, could itself be a part of an infinite higher dimensional hyper volume.
Bonus points for showing a way to include an infinite 3D volume itself bounded "finitely" in another infinite 3D volume, even if you need to "fold" it somehow with an extra dimension, or showing that it can't be done.
By "finitely" bounded, I explain with the following example:
Assume I have an infinite 2D sheet, now I cut out some finite circle in that sheet and join it to the mouth of a Gabriel's horn (obviously this requires the addition of a 3rd dimension). Now I have an ant walk on that sheet. The ant can walk infinitely in any direction since the sheet is infinite, but it can also walk around the opening to the Gabriel's horn. If the ant walks inside the circle, it now has another "infinite" space to explore on the inside of the Horn, but the horn itself is in effect "contained" within the infinite sheet.
In this sense it has circumvented an "infinity" by simply walking around it, but you have the case of one infinity bound in a finite space within another infinity.
Essentially what I'm looking for is a 3D equivalent of this, where our ant is a human in 3D space who can infinitely explore one space, and then by passing through our "hole" explore another infinite space, but both spaces are joined in a finite manner, so the human could just as soon go "around" the other infinity.
(As an aside, yes I'm aware this starts looking a lot like black holes and event horizons, but no, I'm not asking the question for anything to do with black holes)