If a trip to Peru is not in the cards this year, don’t fret. There’s still a way for you to see the beauty and treasures of Machu Picchu up close.

This fall, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, located in Florida, will host the first virtual walk-through of Machu Picchu.

Thanks to a full-motion 360-degree all-round interactive Virtual Reality (VR) experience, visitors to the Boca raton Museum of Art will be taken on a journey to the UNESCO-listed Inca citadel.

According to a press release, visitors to the Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru exhibition will sit in “VR motion chairs fully equipped with premium multi-sensory stimulation features such as high-resolution six degrees of freedom (6-DOF) VR headsets, haptic feedback on the backseats, scent dispensers and unlimited 360-degree rotation.”

Visitors’ senses will be stimulated so they will see, hear, feel, and smell exactly what it’s like to be walking among the ruins of the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu.

The the first virtual walk-through of Machu Picchu is possible thanks to images and sounds captured by state-of-the-art drones. The Peruvian government authorized Cityneon, a global entertainment company, to film in and above the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Besides the virtual walk-through of Machu Picchu, guests will also get to admire the largest Andean gold collection ever to travel the world. There will be 192 priceless artifacts from royal tombs, including a fully intact gold attire of a Chimú Emperor that dates to 1300 AD.

The first virtual walk-through of Machu Picchu will premiere at the Boca Raton Museum of Art on October 16 and end on Mach 6, 2022. Tickets start at $24.95. Purchased your timed ticket on their website.