Paisley Park, Prince’s recording house has been cleared to become a museum.
The announcement was made by Prince's estate and representatives of Paisley Park on Tuesday, October 25 2016 after being granted approval by the City Council of Chanhassen, Minneapolis, the previous day.
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The council had delayed voting on a zoning change for the museum weeks ago. Concerns for parking, traffic and public safety were the reasons for the delay. The museum was planned to open three days later.
The Council granted the Park a temporary permit, allowing a limited number of visits. However the delay halted an opening that would have been grand.
An announcement by Paisley Park says that museum tours will resume on Friday, thought tickets for the remainder of 2016 are not on sale.
Sales of next year's tickets are expected to commence from mid November. The tours cost 38.50 Dollars normally and 100 Dollars for a V.I.P. pass.
Guests would be allowed a glimpse into the iconic musician's private work space as well as items from his personal archive.