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Take a Virtual Walk Through Prince’s Paisley Park Museum

Prince’s private estate, Paisley Park, was scheduled to officially open as a museum on Thursday, but plans changed when the city council of Chanhassan, Minnesota, voted to hold off on a zoning request that would allow the opening to proceed. It’s not all bad news, though, for Prince fans: The museum did get permission to open for three days of tours this month, and the Today Show’s Al Roker had a chance to look inside.
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