It’s the coolest funhouse you’ve ever seen.

Imagine immersing yourself in a prism of other-wordly beauty, entirely encapsulated by dazzling aesthetics reminiscent of an infinite Milky Way. That’s exactly what you’ll experience if you visit Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama’s work, “Infinity Mirrors.”

Six of Kusama’s incredible “infinity rooms” will tour at art galleries across the U.S. and Canada as part of a seven-decade survey of the artist’s work. The tour with begin at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington in February 2017, followed by the Seattle Art Museum and the Broad in Los Angeles, reaching the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Cleveland Museum of Art in 2018.

Even if you’re not an art guru, you’re probably familiar with Kusama’s work. You may remember it in Adele’s “When We Were Young” video, where it served as the backdrop—the singer was inspired by Katy Perry’s Instagram photo of the LA-based Infinity Room. Additionally, an Infinity Room came to New York’s David Zwirner gallery in 2013, complete with six-hour-long lines filled with Instagram enthusiasts.

Plan your trips accordingly and begin practicing your mirror poses now, because this will be one out-of-this-world selfie you won’t be able to create anywhere else.