You can actually ask your GPS how to get to the most famous street on television.
This morning, New York City renamed the intersection of Broadway and 63rd, "Sesame Street."
And many familiar friends and faces were there for the occasion.
Big Bird, Elmo, Oscar the Grouch, Grover as well as many of the humans who helped so many children learn their letters and numbers over the years all were there to see the new street title.
Today, New York City's mayor proclaimed that it's "Sesame Street Day".
This is all a huge celebration of the 50th anniversary of the beloved children's program.