If you've ever wanted to know how your great-grandparents were made, the Tenement Museum is offering a series of tours diving into just exactly how all that baby-making and baby-having worked back in cramped, crowded 19th-century tenements.

Dubbed "Tenement Bedrooms," the tours will tackle what it was like to bone in 80-square-foot spaces, much of which was shared with children, other family members, and strangers—certainly, this will put your next-door neighbor's loud sex noises in some perspective.

The tours also plan to dig into 19th century birth control (it wasn't great!); childbirth (not much better!); women's health, sex work, and other coitus-related issues from way back when.

The museum will host tours on three Wednesdays over the next few months—October 18th, November 8th, and December 13th—with tours running from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. They cost $25-a-pop, and you can purchase a ticket online.