The studio that Queen once owned in Montreux, Switzerland is opening its doors this December for the Queen Studio Experience.
You'll be able to see where they recorded seven albums between 1979 and 1996, including their final studio effort, Made in Heaven. The control room hasn't changed, except for the original console, which has been replaced with a duplicate model. The exhibit will also include photos and memorabilia form the band's personal archives, and in the Made in Heaven room, you'll be able to stand in the exact spot where Freddie Mercury recorded his last song.
Proceeds from the exhibit will go to the the Mercury Phoenix Trust, the AIDS charity started by the surviving members of Queen.