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Just over four months after the tragic death of Prince, his family have announced that his iconic Paisley Park estate will be transformed into a museum and opened up to the public for regular tours. According to an official press release from Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson via USA Today, this was something the iconic musician “always wanted to do and was actively working on.” Tours will provide visitors with a glimpse into Prince’s recording studios, rehearsal spaces, private club, video editing suites, and concert hall. Key items from his personal archives – including awards, instruments, concert wardrobe highlights, art, rare recordings, cars, and motorcycles – will also be on display. Tickets will go on sale on Friday via their official website.