The Daily Show wants to guide you through retracing Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C.

Next time you’re in Washington, D.C., you may want to use The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as a tour guide. The late-night TV show announced plans to create a self-guided walking tour based on the events of January 6.

According to an exclusive report from VarietyThe Daily Show partnered with VoiceMap for the interactive tour. Titled “In the Footsteps of the Freedomsurrection,” the tour will guide users through the events before, during, and after the insurrection in the locations where it happened.

The tour features 15 spots in specific locations around the White House and leading up to the Capitol. In typical Daily Show fashion, the spots have some unique names. Listeners can be on the lookout for sites such as the Battle of Little Muffin Top, The Josh Hawley Fist of Solidarity, and the Ellipse/Save America Rally.

The Daily Show has you covered even if you don’t travel to Washington, D.C.

But even if you don’t have plans to travel to the nation’s capital, The Daily Show has you covered. “In the Footsteps of the Freedomsurrection” won’t be limited to those in Washington, D.C.

VoiceMap‘s technology makes it possible for users anywhere in the world to follow along on the tour. From the comfort of your home, you can see photographs of the key locations while listening to The Daily Show‘s narration of the route.

The audio walking tour comes on the heels of The Daily Show‘s other effort to commemorate the January 6 insurrection. The Comedy Central show previously launched the “Heroes of the Freedomsurrection” installation that mocked those involved in the attempted coup.

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