Remember the Alamo With Movie Set Props from Alamo Village

Alamo Village is a 500-acre movie set located near Bracketville, about two hours west of San Antonio, that has provided backdrops and sets for movies including: "Lonesome Dove" and John Wayne's "The Alamo." It was created as an exact-size replica of downtown San Antonio c. 1836. Buildings are fully functional and real wind-blown streets. Alamo Village was created in 1960 as part of a movie set for "The Alamo," starring John Wayne. It has been called the 'movie capital of Texas' with over 100 movies filmed there and lots more.


The Alamo Village Sale is a liquidation sale. The present condition of Alamo Village is not conducive to touring opportunities. All buyers are invited. We would ask that you not come to solely tour the property as you will be impeding our efforts to help our buyers. Please make other arrangements for your children.


Total liquidation of all movie assets on property. Includes 35 Wagons used in the making of numerous films, owners' personal collection of over 1800 arrowheads, contents of the John Wayne museum, pews from the mission used in numerous films, a full retail souvenir store, Cantina and bar. Furniture, props, and much more much!


Liquidation Sale Dates:  January 27 and 28, 2018

Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Address:  Bracketville - full address will be shown on Thursday, January 25

Estate Sales - Alamo Village:  EstateSales

Alamo Village Facebook:  Alamo Village



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