On the eve of the Pretty Little Liars series finale, there is some big news to be broken. PLL fans can tour the set of PLL on the Warner Bros. Studio lot and experience all of the magic and mystery of Rosewood for themselves. Basically, if you're an Uber PLL fan (but please, no Uber A's) then you don't want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Seriously, why are you not packing a bag right now?
According to a press release, the tour of the PLL set is included in the exhibition officially titled Pretty Little Liars: Made Here. The exhibition will be open to the public from June 15 to August 15 — so you still have plenty of time to snag your tickets — and you'll be able to "Ooh" and "Ahh" over things like the most iconic PLL outfits worn by Aria, Spencer, Emily, Alison, and Hanna as well as peek around the set. You can choose to take a walk around A's lair, look at all five of the PLL dolls, see the Radley Sanatorium, or even look at the Halloween/Masquerade Ball costumes. I mean, guys, this is an absolute dream of a trip, right? I can't be the only one who sees that.
For the ultimate PLL fan, there is nothing better (aside from finding out who A.D. really is) than the chance to really immerse yourself in the world of PLL. Sure, you will have to find a way to get to Warner Bros. Studios in Los Angeles and you may have to request time off at work, but it's totally worth it. Oh, and if you didn't need enough of a reason to go scoop up your tickets right now, how about this: What are you going to do when the show ends on June 27? Just sit around and start the whole series again? Hell no; you need to tour the PLL set, baby!