Five Horses Tavern in New York City is selling the original ’50s theme park attraction, The Lost Boys

Five Horses, the historic theme park in New Jersey, is selling one of the original “lost boys” rides, according to Mashable.

The park announced Friday that the Lost Boys ride will be on the show floor in 2020, and will be part of the attraction that will be featured in the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

The Lost boys are the legendary, first generation of American servicemen who fought in World War II, and were part of a secret program that involved the CIA and the U.S. military during the Cold War.

The ride, titled “The Lost Boys,” has been a staple attraction at Five Horses since its inception.

The attraction opened in 1968 and was later moved to New York to make room for a park that would eventually become New York World’s Fair.

Mashable was first to report that the attraction was sold off to a new owners in 2016.