A Nightclub At The Museum: Prince's Paisley Park Estate To Open Doors

Prince's family says the museum will be a place to remember the icon's music.
Posted at 1:27 PM, Apr 26, 2016

Prince's home is set to go from mansion to museum.

The singer's family announced his Paisley Park estate — a modest 50,000-square-foot home just outside Minneapolis — will open its doors to the public. It's a sort of Graceland-gone-purple — even boasting a nightclub and recording studio. 

The singer's brother-in-law told The Sun, "It would be for the fans. He was all about the fans — this would remember his music, which is his legacy."

Prince's Paisley Park estate became the center of grieving for fans after the music icon died suddenly last Thursday.

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