Thanks to the Chanhassen City Council, Prince’s Pailsey Park estate has been transformed into a museum, and will officially open its gates on Friday (Oct. 28).
The Minnesota exhibit will permanently be opened for public tours throughout the late musician’s luxurious home. The tours will allow visitors to view artifacts from Prince’s personal archives including his concert wardrobe, musical instruments, artwork, and rare video recordings.
“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.
Tickets to attend the museum will go on sale Oct. 28 through December. For more information concerning the Paisley Park museum, visit its official site here.