Prince's Final Resting Place Is A Miniature Paisley Park
Nearing six months since the death of our beloved Prince, and the icon has officially reached his final (earthly) resting place. And truth be told it's not terribly different from where he'd be found prior to his passing. But that's by design, you see. The ashes of The Purple One will forever rest in a miniature replica of his mythical Paisley Park compound, an urn designed by Foreverence (whose portfolio also includes urns designed for Scott Weiland and Lemmy Kilmister) Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, and nephew, President Nelson (real name.) It is currently on display at the real, life-sized Paisley Park.
Check out the urn (creepy as that may sound) in the clip below. Despite Chanhassen City Council's initial delay of the compound's opening as a museum last week, Paisley Park has opened its doors to the public and is currently booking tours of its main level. We encourage you to book your ticket and see The Purple One's shrine at your earliest convenience. And even if you can't make the trip, just know, like Prince himself once said, Paisley Park is in your heart. And that's all you'll ever need.