The National Museum of American History put Prince’s “Yellow Cloud” guitar back on display Tuesday to celebrate the singer’s life and legacy. It’ll be on the west wing of the third floor through Labor Day.
The guitar was custom made for Prince in his hometown of Minneapolis in 1989. He played it during his Diamonds and Peals era–marked by his chart-topping 13th studio album and subsequent tour in 1992. The museum got it the next year.
Other Smithsonian museums also have Prince memorabilia on display. This past Friday, the National Portrait Gallery installed a photograph of Prince by Lynn Goldsmith, which’ll be on the first floor through the end of May. The National Museum of African American History and Culture has the tambourine Prince played during his 1990 Nude Tour, as well as the Platinum record award plaque for his 1999 album.