Prince’s influence in Minnesota and beyond continues to reign posthumously. After his death in 2016, Prince left the Twin Cities with a gift in the form of his private estate. Paisley Park in Chanhassen was his home for nearly 30 years, and it doubled as his production complex. The musician had a dream that it would someday be open to the public, sharing a place where creativity was cultivated, and freedom was found. Adam Meyer, digital media and marketing manager for Paisley Park, describes the place with fondness.
Those looking for a glimpse into Prince’s private world are in luck—his family and special administrator for his estate are opening up the doors to his Chanhassen home Paisley Park for public tours on Oct. 6, 2016.
Millions of fans will be able to tour the 65,000-square-foot home, which will include a look into the Minnesota legend’s recording studio, rehearsal rooms, video editing suites, private NPG Music Club and concert hall where he rehearsed for tours and concert events.