Prince’s Paisley Park to become a museum

Prince’s Paisley Park  to become a museum

The way has officially been cleared for Prince’s Paisley Park headquarters to become a museum devoted to the late star’s life and work. On 24 October, Chanhassen city council in Minnesota voted unanimously on to rezone Prince’s home and studio as a museum, meaning it now no longer needs special permission to admit the public.

For the last month, Paisley Park has been open for a limited number of public tours, on the basis of temporary permits granted by the council to Bremer Trust, which is running the property. The new vote followed a review of traffic and pedestrian safety.

Paisley Park will open to the public on 28 October and tickets for tours from now until mid-December are on sale via the museum’s website. Read more 

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