Memorial Items Removed From Paisley Park Due To Safety Concerns

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Safety concerns have prompted changes at Prince’s Paisley Park.

Staff members Monday removed memorial items fans left outside the music legend’s home in Chanhassen.

The city and the singer’s estate said the artwork and flowers created more traffic and risk to pedestrians, so visitors should no longer hang or place anything near the fence.

Prince died from an accidental overdose five months ago.

Paisley Park museum’s first tours are planned for next week.


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