Quai 54, Jordan Brand’s global streetball competition, is taking place in Paris over this weekend and the Jumpman has opened a temporary museum to coincide with the event.

Called Jordan Palais 23, the exhibit will be open on June 12th, June 13th and June 14th.

Aside from showcasing some awesome Jordan memorabilia, the museum will feature plenty of other things to do and observe. There will be an interactive “Last Shot” space where attendees can insert themselves into Jordan’s famous “last shot” against the Utah Jazz during the 1998 Finals, a “shoe trial” that allows visitors to wear-test Jordan’s performance shoes, a photo booth where people can take a picture of themselves in their shoes and caption it, a laser etching station, a movie theater and a sneaker lounge.

The museum looks absolutely gorgeous as well. Check out the space below and become extremely envious of the three-day event that is taking place oh so far away.

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