Prince mural -- Prince's presence can still be felt in his home city of Minneapolis. In Paisley Park, his former home and recording studios, there's a giant mural of the pop star.
Capri Theater -- It was at the Capri, just a few blocks from where he grew up, that Prince's legend began. In January 1979, aged 18, he played live for the first time following the recording of his first album "For You," in which he played all 27 instruments.
Electric Fetus -- A Minneapolis bastion of counter-culture spirit since 1968, the Electric Fetus is where Prince went to buy his music.
First Avenue -- Prince played this legendary Minneapolis venue many times. Scenes from "Purple Rain" were filmed here, too.
First Avenue star wall -- Outside, silver stars bear the names of past performers. A shrine has been started by Prince's name.
Dakota Jazz Club -- Iconic live music and dinner venue the Dakota Jazz Club in the heart of downtown Minneapolis was one of Prince's favorite hangouts.
Paisley Park -- Prince's home, Paisley Park, is a non-descript white box on the outskirts of Minneapolis. It's been open for tours since November.
Ashes -- The Paisley Park tour begins in the atrium, where Prince's ashes are kept in a miniaturized version of his home.
Studio A -- Studio A is where Prince recorded his last work. A microphone stand bends down towards his empty chair, with unfinished lyrics on the music stand.
Graffiti Bridge Room -- Treasures from Prince's less successful second foray into film with "Graffiti Bridge," as well as the movie "Under a Cherry Moon," are housed in the Graffiti Bridge Room.
Purple Rain Room -- Once used for dance rehearsals, the Purple Rain room features a display of his most treasured memorabilia from the film -- the purple motorbike, the cloud guitar and the little purple piano.
Tributes -- After his death, tributes from around the world were pinned to the fence that surrounds Paisley Park.