Michael Jackson's children want to buy back Neverland, the ranch the singer called home and convert it into a shrine dedicated to the 'King Of Pop'.
Prince Michael, 13, and Paris, 12, are keen on buying back the sprawling abode where they spent the early days of their childhood, reported News Of The World online.
Jackson, who died in June last year, was forced to sell the sprawling ranch after losing control of it to an investment company when he fell into debt.
"Paris and Prince remembered the rooms from their childhood. When they are old they want to buy it and turn into some kind of community park and centre for animals," said a source.
Their younger brother, seven-year-old Blanket has also fallen in love with the place after a visit last summer.
The 'Thriller' hitmaker's three children will inherit millions of dollars at the age of 21 which will mean they can afford to buy the famous estate.
The three young Jackson siblings were interviewed for the first time ever this week by chat show host queen Oprah Winfrey.