Prince's Paisley Park Is Now Officially A Permanent Museum


The sprawling residence and studio complex of Paisley Park is set to become a permanent shrine to the late pop icon Prince.

This was after the local council approved plans to re-purpose the property as a permanent museum.

In a unanimous vote taken on Monday evening, the Chanhassen City Council in Minnesota voted to re-zone Paisley Park as a museum.

The 64,000 square foot complex, in Chanhassen City just outside of Minneapolis, was Prince’s sanctuary and creative hub since the late 1980s.

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