Soon You'll Be Able To Tour Prince's Legendary Paisley Park Studios

Minneapolis keeps The Artist's beloved musical legacy alive.
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Minneapolis keeps The Artist's beloved musical legacy alive.

Prince tragically passed away in April, but much of his estate and memory is living on in his beloved Minneapolis.

Beginning October 6, 2016, Paisley Park—the revolutionary musician's beloved home and base of operations—will become a museum dedicated to his work and life.

Hour-long 25-30 person tours will be conducted throughout the estate. The same company that is in charge of Elvis Presley's Graceland will be in charge of the new operation.

Paisley Park became Prince's compound for living and producing brilliant music in 1985. The tour will showcase his private studio, the soundstage where he practiced and performed private concerts and display his tour costumes, instruments and many, many awards.

Tickets to tour Paisley Park are set at $38.50 for regular tours and $100 for VIP fans. They go on sale Friday, August 26.