Prince's Paisley Park museum is opening to the public in very near future, and the doors have been swung open for a first-look video tour to give a taste of what's on offer at the Minnesota complex.

NBC were the first to get an exclusive glimpse inside the estate that Prince lived, worked in and ultimately died in, and their footage shows various studios, costumes, awards, handwritten lyrics and other artefacts as well as interviews with two of Prince's sisters.

It's been reported in recent days that the full opening of the museum has been delayed, as the city council of Chanhassen had delayed voting on a zoning permit to allow future tours of the compound; it seems that councillors are concerned about what the influx of tourists - some are estimating that it would draw up to 600,000 a year - would mean for the city, which has a population of just 23,000.

They have allowed opening only on certain dates over the next few weeks, and will re-vote in December - meaning that folks who bought tickets for certain dates have been refunded.

Until then, they - and you - can get a look inside the famous building below: