LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — UPDATE APRIL 28: A live auction was held on Saturday at Bonnie Springs. Many people turned out hoping to score a deal and snap a bit of history.
Items from a longtime popular Wild West attraction near Las Vegas are for sale in an online auction.
The auction, Auction: #3076 on NellisAuction.com, has furniture, lamps, art, decor and other items from the hotel at Bonnie Springs. You can even purchase the menus with a branded wood plaque from the restaurant.
The attraction closed in March after it was sold to developers in January.
The developers have plans of tearing down portions of the site and building at least 20 houses.
Bonnie Springs Ranch had been a favorite of locals since opening as a tourist attraction in the late '50s with founder Bonnie Levinson (McGaugh).
Levinson passed away at age 94 in 2016.
Despite a Care2 petition gathering more than 55,000 signatures of support to save Bonnie Springs, the Clark County Planning Commission approved development plans back in February.
You can check out the auction here.