Prince's sanctuary, recording studio, and seat of funky purple power, Paisley Park, was opened to the public as a museum last week. In addition to touring his spectacular home and meeting his depressed, but learning-to-love-again doves, guests will have the opportunity to pay their respects to The Purple One himself, who rests there in an appropriately elaborate, crystal-encrusted urn. The ceramic urn is a replica of Paisley Park, co-designed by Prince's sister Tyka Nelson and his nephew, President Nelson, featuring an enormous, bejeweled Prince symbol and a replica of his grand atrium, complete with his iconic Yamaha grand piano, miniature doves, a decorative tile floor, and working lights.


We're not worthy.


[h/t People]

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