Prince’s Pailsey Park will open to visitors after Chanhassen City Council made an approval to turn the estate into a museum that will officially open on Friday (Oct. 28).
The City Council signed off on a rezoning request Monday after months of deliberation over traffic, pedestrian safety and parking. Earlier this month, the City Council tabled the request three days before the museum’s planned opening, saying they needed more time to study its potential impact on Chanhassen (Paisley Park is expected to attract 600,000 visitors a year), according to Rolling Stone.
The Minnesota home and studio of the late musician will permanently be opened for public tours. The tours will allow visitors to view artifacts from Prince’s personal archives including his concert wardrobe, musical instruments, artwork, and have access to recording and mixing studios where Prince recorded, produced and mixed some of his biggest hits.
“Fans will have the unprecedented opportunity to experience first-hand what it was like for Prince to create, produce and perform inside this private sanctuary and remarkable production complex,” an official statement from the Paisley Park website read.
Paisley Park will be open for tours Thursday through Sunday beginning this week. Tickets are priced at $38.50 for a standard tour and $100 for a VIP tour.
Tickets to attend the museum will go on sale Oct. 28 through December.
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