- This article is about a room in Luigi's Mansion. For the Comet Observatory in Super Mario Galaxy, see Comet Observatory.
The Observatory is a room in Area Three of Luigi's Mansion.
After exiting the Astral Hall, Luigi enters the Observatory. The telescope is the only real object in the Observatory, apart from a small dresser with a globe on top near the door. When he looks through the telescope and sees the moon, the walls fade away, allowing Luigi to enter a small balcony. Luigi sucks up a Shining Ghost and shoots it at the moon, blowing it up in the process. After that, a winding path of light appears, which leads to a halved moon where Mario's Star rests.
Names in other languages
Gensō no heya
|Room of Illusion|
|Spanish||El observatorio||The Observatory|
- By using any Element, Luigi can see that "space" does not extend forever. By shooting an Elemental Blast at the far wall, the blast will eventually hit the back wall.
- When Luigi enters the "space" area, his icon on the Game Boy Horror's map will move beyond the mansion's walls, eventually becoming only visible when the map is turned.