The very spot where Prince Rogers Nelson died has become completely obsolete.
On April 21, Prince was found unresponsive inside an elevator of his Minnesota estate, Paisley Park. The singer was pronounced dead on the scene, leaving that very elevator to be where the pop star passed away.
Sources, however, tell us exclusively that fans touring Paisley Park will never see where the 57-year-old’s life ended because “the elevator has been sealed up.” The insider tells us “people who visit will never know they are walking by it.”
But while fans won’t know where the untimely death happened, they are getting a glimpse of where the icon’s final resting place will be.
The late singer’s ashes have been placed into a gorgeous, 14-inch high and 18-inch long, decorative custom-made urn inspired by Prince’s Minnesota estate.
The creation, designed by Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson, nephew President Nelson and Foreverence, is a ceramic and glass replica of the famous Park with the singer’s purple symbol situated right in front.
PEOPLE has obtained a video of the urn, which will remain inside Paisley Park.