On the streets of New York City, where Founding Father Alexander Hamilton once roamed, there’s going to be a hoard of “Hamil-fans” looking to follow in this footsteps. Inspired by the recent popularity of the incredibly infectious tunes of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, tour company NY Tour Monkey announced that they’re going to be “connecting the artistic and historical dots” by roaming the Manhattan digs that the musical has made so iconic on their new “Hamilton the Tour”. Here are some quick facts on the exciting addition:

The two-and-a-half hour tour kicks off on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 am from City Hall Park in downtown Manhattan.

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On the tour, you’ll be able to see Hamilton’s Bank of New York, the place where Eliza, Angelica, and Hamilton are buried, the infamous “Room Where It Happened,” plus a bunch more landmarks that have come alive thanks to the musical.

There are even “Bonus Stops” that match up specific songs to places in New York that ardent fans can swoon over.

It’s perfect for fans who have seen Hamilton, who plan to see it, or who are just unabashedly obsessed with the soundtrack (guilty!).

Because, let’s be honest, this is probably as close as any of us will get to seeing the real thing.

(We just want to be in the room where it happens!)

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The best part? You’ll only have to fork over 5 Hamiltons to enjoy this musical tour.

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We’re not throwing away this shot (AKA, we’re headed to New York stat).

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When she is not figuring out what the middle button on her headphones is for, explaining the difference between Washington State and Washington D.C., arriving to the airport too early or refusing to use the Oxford comma, you can usually find Mary in the mountains, at a show or on her couch. Mary is a content writer at Fareportal and likes annoying her coworkers with weird GIFs throughout the day.