An immersive "Hamilton" exhibition is coming to Chicago this fall!
Conceived by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and the musical's producer Jeffrey Seller, "Hamilton: The Exhibition" will examine portions of Alexander Hamilton's life that weren't covered in Broadway hit!
"Hamilton: The Exhibition" will be in a free-standing structure the size of a football field on Northerly Island. Featuring an audio tour narrated by Miranda, it will use lighting, sound, music and historical artifacts to allow visitors to experience Hamilton's life.
Guests can sit behind a replica of the desk he worked at as a trader in St. Croix and stroll through a recreation of the streets of New York City, circa 1776.
It will open November 17th until further notice with tickets running about $35 for adults and $25 for children.