Paisley Park To Open To Prince Fans For Free On The 5th Anniversary Of His Death

Paisley Park To Open To Prince Fans For Free On The 5th Anniversary Of His Death

Reservations now open for visitation on April 21, 2021

On the fifth anniversary of the passing of the incomparable Prince, Paisley Park, his home and creative sanctuary, is opening its doors for fans to pay tribute and celebrate his life. The Paisley Park Atrium, 7801 Audubon Road, will be open for free visitation on Wednesday April 21 from 9 AM – 9 PM. Advance reservations are required.

Limited on-site parking will be available and guests are encouraged to use ride share applications. Visits will be timed, and masks required, keeping in accordance with Covid-19 restrictions currently in place. Limited reservations are available. Reservations do not include tickets for a tour; the museum will not host tours on April 21.

Paisley Park is an active museum, state-of-the-art recording studio, and concert venue in Chanhassen, MN. For nearly 30 years, the facility served as Prince’s home, creative sanctuary and production complex. Fulfilling Prince’s vision that Paisley Park would one day be open to the public, the venue today welcomes fans, musicians, and audiophiles for tours, concerts, festivals, and special events.

When Prince wrote the song “Paisley Park,” he envisioned a place of love and peace, where there aren’t any rules or limitations for creativity. The lyrics became a reality when Paisley Park opened its doors in 1987. Since then, it has inspired respect, ideas, connection, community, and spirituality and furthered Prince’s legacy of creative freedom.

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