Elvis had Graceland, and Prince had Paisley Park - and there are already plans to turn the music icon's estate and recording studio into a museum for fans to visit.

His brother-in-law Maurice Phillips - married to Prince's sister Tyka - told The Sun that the 50,000 sq. ft. estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota will be opened to the public. 

“We will turn Paisley Park into a museum in Prince’s memory," he said. "It would be for the fans. He was all about the fans — this would remember his music, which is his legacy. Prince was always private but would have wanted his music remembered."

Graceland, the estate in Memphis, Tennessee that was home to Elvis until his death there in 1977, was opened to the public in 1982  and attracts over 650,000 visitors a year. He is also buried on the grounds.

Since Prince's death last Thursday, fans have gathered outside Paisley Park to leave cards, purple balloons and souvenirs in his memory. 

An autopsy was performed the day after his death, but it may take several weeks for the results.