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Paisley Park is opening to the public October 6.

Talia Avakian
September 08, 2016

Paisley Park, the estate where Prince lived and recorded his music before he passed away, is set to open to the public on October 6 to commemorate the artist's life and work.

Fans looking to get an inside look at Prince's world can apply to be tour guides at the music icon’s residence. The tours will take the public through Prince’s collection of stage costumes, awards, instruments, art, recordings and more.

Graceland Holdings, which will run the tours at Paisley Park, announced Wednesday that the estate is looking for fans who want to work in several full-time and part-time openings, ranging from tour guides and general managers to public relations staff, security, and merchandising.

Starting Thursday, there will be job fairs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater in Minnesota. There is also an online application that can be emailed to jobs@officialpaisleypark.com.

Paisley Park staff will showcase what it was like for the artist to create and perform his music inside the home and production complex, continuing the singer’s legacy.

Talia Avakian is a digital reporter at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @TaliaAvak.

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