A Prince exhibit has opened at London’s O2 Arena today (Oct. 27).

Curated by Prince’s sister, Tyka Nelson, the “My Name Is Prince” exhibition features hundreds of items from the Purple One’s Paisley Park estate. "He lived to be on stage to entertain you... he lived his life for you,” said Tyka.

Among the items on display include clothing from the Purple Rain tour, as well as several of his guitars and instruments. There’s also lyric sheets and hundreds artifacts. In addition, there's a memorial wall where fans can leave letters.

The O2 is a special place for the late music icon. Back in 2007, he performed a record-breaking 21-night residency at the venue. Now he's back, albeit posthumously, to entertain fans once more.

The "My Name Is Prince" exhibit will run until January 7, 2018. For more information, head over to theo2.co.uk.

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