Prince's famed and highly secretive studio complex — will open to the public for the first time since the pop star's death in April.
Located in Chanhassen, Minnesota, the $10 million estate is slated to become a museum that will run tours for an expected 2,000 visitors a day. 
The museum was expected to open on October 6, but three days earlier, the City Council voted to postpone a decision about the rezoning proposal connected to the museum. As The New York Times notes, the Council said they need more time to consider the plan because of concerns about traffic, parking, and public safety.
The vote means Paisley Park will only be allowed to open for three days — October 6, 8, and 14 — even though 10 days' worth of tickets have already been sold. Those who bought tickets for the other seven days are now being offered refunds, but many also bought flights to Minneapolis and reserved hotel rooms.
The estate was closed to the public while Prince was alive, except for occasional shows or parties he threw there. The complex is also thought to contain unreleased recordings.
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