Fans of Michael Jackson have been invited to tour the late star's Las Vegas estate on the second anniversary of his death.
The Thriller hitmaker moved to Vegas after authorities raided his beloved Neverland Ranch during a child molestation probe in 2004 and he decided California no longer felt like home.
Now the doors have been opened to his sprawling Sin City residence, which has remained uninhabited since Jackson died.
The owner tells Tmz.com, "The estate will be opened to the public, for the first time, for only four hours for those who wish to pay their respects and to mourn his loss on this, the second anniversary of (Jackson's) passing, June 25, 2011.
"We will strive to give you a glimpse into his private life and home, to allow you to walk where he walked, to see what he saw, to breathe the same air that he breathed and... to be inspired."
The representative adds, "Your messages of love, prayers, gifts and flowers will be lovingly preserved in situs until Sunday."
Jackson died in 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest brought on by an anaesthetic overdose.