Mount Sinai Hospital
Prince Rogers Nelson born June 7, 1958, to Mattie Shaw and John L. Nelson.
737 E. 22nd St., Mpls.
Prince's first home
Address of the Nelsons in 1958, listed on Prince's birth certificate.
2201 5th Av. S., Apt. 203, Mpls.
Prince wrote his first song here at the age of 7.
539 Newton Av. N., Mpls.
John Hay Elementary School
Prince's elementary school, since torn down.
1014 Penn Av. N., Mpls.
Bryant Junior High School
Prince's junior high school (now Sabathani Community Center), where he played basketball.
310 E. 38th St., Mpls.
Park Avenue United Methodist Church
Prince married Mayte Garcia here on Valentine's Day 1996.
3400 Park Av. S., Mpls.
Bernadette Anderson home
The mother of friend and bandmate André Cymone let Prince live here as a teenager.
1244 Russell Av. N., Mpls.
Minneapolis Central High School
Prince played almost daily in the music room of the high school, since demolished.
3416 4th Av. S., Mpls.
The Guitar Shop
Owner Chuck Orr would occasionally close the store and allow a young Prince and André Cymone to jam on the instruments.
417 1st Av. N., Mpls.
Prince's first band, Grand Central, played this R&B hot spot, one of the city's few black-owned bars. Torn down in 1970s for a freeway project.
522 Plymouth Av. N., Mpls.
MoonSound Recording Studio
Prince recorded his first demos in the basement of a home here.
5708 Stevens Av. S., Mpls.
Recording studio where Prince cut demos for his 1978 debut album on Warner Bros., "For You."
2709 E. 25th St., Mpls.
Site of Prince's first hometown concert after signing a recording contract with Warner Bros.
2027 W. Broadway, Mpls.
Prince frequented the restaurant early in his career when he lived around the corner in his first apartment.
1933 Lyndale Av. S., Mpls.
"Purple Rain" house
South Minneapolis house where the Kid's home scenes for "Purple Rain" were filmed.
3420 Snelling Av. S., Mpls.
Prince frequently performed and hung out here in the early 1980s. Much of "Purple Rain" was filmed and recorded here.
701 1st Av. N., Mpls.
The motorcycle ride with Apollonia in "Purple Rain" was shot around Hwy. 19, Henderson Station Rd. and the Minnesota River (that ain't Lake Minnetonka).
Paisley Park Studios
Built in 1987, this sprawling complex served as Prince's recording studio, business office, performance/party space and residence. He died here on April 21.
7801 Audubon Rd., Chanhassen
Former railroad bridge that became the title of Prince's 1990 album and 1991 movie. Removed around 1991.
Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail at Valley View Road, Eden Prairie
Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant
One of Prince's favorite venues in recent years; he played six shows in the tiny room in 2013 and attended his last concert as a spectator here on April 19.
1010 Nicollet Mall, Mpls.
Prince-affiliated club where he often played in 1990-95. Site now of Cowboy Jack's and Shout House. 110 N. 5th St., Mpls.
One of Prince's homes, famously purple, torn down in 2003.
9401 Kiowa Trail, Chanhassen
Another home, this one yellow, torn down in 2005.
7141 Galpin Blvd., Chanhassen
New Power Generation
Prince-owned boutique in the heart of Uptown during the 1990s (now Go Home Furnishings).
1408 W. Lake St., Mpls.