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Preview Prince’s Paisley Park Museum in “Today Show” Video

Prince’s Paisley Park Studios will soon open as a museum, with tours available to the public. Ahead of the first tours tomorrow, Al Roker went to Chanhassen on “Today” to give fans a sneak peek inside Prince’s famous compound, as The Hollywood Reporter points out. He goes through a number of the rooms, including the Purple Rain room, which plays the film and has Prince’s keyboard and guitar, as well as the movie’s script, Oscar award, pieces from the wardrobe, and iconic motorcycle.
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