No, this is not a trick: The Museum of Illusions is a real experience.
The interactive museum started as a wildly popular attraction in Zagreb, Croatia, and now it's opening up in New York City.
"I like to say it's a place where people can forget about reality," Renne Gjoni, CEO of the Museum of Illusions in New York City told "GMA." "It's a place where the whole family, senior citizens and kids, can have a good time."
There are 70 fun exhibits at the Museum of Illusions where visitors can experience everything from walking on walls to walking through a room of endless mirrors.
The environment was designed to be very Instagram-friendly for visitors, with everything from a giant Kaleidoscope for some funky photo-ops with your friends, to a Color Room to play with colorful shadows.
Not only is it an entertaining space to be in, but it's also an educational one.
"We have a lot of brainteaser games and we try to explain how these different illusions play tricks on your mind," Gjoni said. "It's a bit of psychology and playing with your senses."
The Museum of Illusions in New York City opens on September 20.