After losing money for several years, a “for sale” sign has gone up at the Roy Rogers-Dale Evans museum in Victorville.
The new signs went up on the building and the surrounding 50 acres along Interstate 15 last week.
Museum officials say they will stay open unless they receive an offer for the property.
The family-run facility has been losing money and visitors since the King of the Cowboys died in 1998.
Evans, known as “Queen of the West,” died last year.