Hidden out by the Richmond IKEA there's a gallery that will leave you breathless. Metro Vancouver's mirrored light exhibit is finally open again just in time for the summer. Plus, they added even more mirrored rooms than they've ever had before.
Narcity went to see the Moon & Back Gallery before they officially reopened to the public on Wednesday, July 1.
Inside the magical wonderland, there are seven fresh new rooms.
"Our new rooms this season are again mainly focused on infinity mirrored digital art," they said to Narcity.
Close to when you walk inside, there's a mirrored magical forest room that will make you feel like you stepped into a scene from Avatar.
Then, you'll walk inside a massive mirrored room filled with dangling crystal-shaped lights that change colour on a loop. You will never want to leave.
Even walking the length of the room itself is fun. You can take the most surreal selfies ever and have fun with your friends taking pictures together.
The next room you step into makes you feel like you stepped into an alien space ship from a sci-fi movie. The floors seem to move and change colour and the 3D reflective walls will blow your mind.
The gallery's new "Season 2" look is different because since the mirror rooms were the most popular feature, they've added even more
But there are still things like their black-and-white room and their neon hallway that are the same.
They have new guidelines this year to help keep you safe. Each group or customer will have five minutes inside each room and you go through the exhibit on a track.
You're also asked to stay six feet apart from other customers and be courteous of each other's space.
Timed tickets are on sale now so get them early and don't arrive late because you have a one hour window to see it. You can get yours online or call ahead.
If you've been stuck on your couch and need some fresh material for your Instagram then you have to check it out.
Moon And Back Gallery
When: Reopens Wednesday, July 1
Address: Unit 9 12800 Bathgateway, Richmond, BC
Why You Need To Go: Immerse yourself in a trippy mirror world.