Airbnb has a new thing called "Icons", giving fans the opportunity to experience some truly unique experiences, including one famous house in Minnesota.

The new offering of Icon experiences includes the house from the movie 'Up', which includes 8000 balloons over a replica house all hung from a giant crane, a night stay in a Ferrari Museum, and an experience in one of Minnesota's most iconic movie homes.

The home was purchased by Prince in 2015, it was used in his 1984 film 'Purple Rain' and is located on Snelling Ave. in Minneapolis, the two-story, three bedroom home was used as the home for Prince's character "The Kid" in 'Purple Rain', Prince never lived in the home.

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The home is being remodeled and will be available for rental starting in August, and get this, your hosts will be none other than Wendy and Lisa from The Revolution. The home is still owned by the Prince estate, so they are clearly ok with the Airbnb partnership.

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This will mark the first time the home will be open to the public, visitors will get a private tour of the home which includes a collection of Prince keepsakes, and get a chance to listen to some special and rare tracks from Prince in what Airbnb calls "an exclusive studio session."

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Airbnb says that visitors to the home will get a chance to sit down for a chat and tour the home with Wendy and Lisa, so for the hardcore Prince fan, this will be a great opportunity to learn about the man and his music from the unique perspective of two people who were there with him.

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