Prince's urn on display at Paisley Park
Prince's remains have gone on display at Paisley Park.
The 57-year-old musician died at his estate in Minnesota in April following an accidental overdose of fentanyl and the urn holding his ashes has been put on display at the property, which opened as a museum last week.
The urn was designed by Prince's sister Tyka and nephew President Nelson, and features scale-model details from Paisley Park, his purple Yamaha piano and white ornamental doves.
Tyka worked with the company Foreverence to create the urn and it features seven crystals.
Pete Saari, CEO and founder of the company said in a statement: "We are truly honoured and humbled to work with Prince's family to pay tribute to one of the greatest musical artists of our generation. We believe that everyone's a legend to the people who love and miss them the most."
Fans will get the chance to look through the main floor of Paisley Park on the new tour, including the recording studios where Prince recorded and produced some of his biggest hits.
Supporters will also be able to feast their eyes on some of the many awards the late star won, see his concert wardrobe, rare music and video recordings as well as several of his musical instruments.
Bremer Trust - the company overseeing Prince's affairs - announced the deal with Tyka, who previously said in a statement: "Opening Paisley Park is something that Prince always wanted to do and was actively working on.
"Only a few hundred people have had the rare opportunity to tour the estate during his lifetime.
"Now fans from around the world will be able to experience Prince's world for the first time, as we open the doors to this incredible place.
"The new Paisley Park museum will offer fans a unique experience, an exhibition like no other, as Prince would have wanted it."