Own a Piece of Westworld History: Props from Popular Sci-Fi Show Up for Auction

Heritage Auctions is selling props from HBO's Westworld, offering fans a chance to own a piece of the show's history.

  • Heritage Auctions is selling props from HBO’s Westworld, offering fans a chance to own a piece of the show’s history.
  • Items include Dolores’ blue dress, driverless cars with hidden human driver sections, and electric motorbikes.
  • Despite the show’s cancellation, the auction presents an opportunity for fans to treasure iconic pieces from Westworld’s fictional universe.

Fans of HBO’s hit series Westworld have a chance to snag a piece of its legacy as props and costumes from the show go up for auction. Despite the show’s cancellation, Heritage Auctions is offering enthusiasts the opportunity to own iconic items from the fictional world brought to life on screen.

From Dolores’ signature blue dress to driverless cars with hidden human driver sections, the auction features a diverse array of memorabilia. Also up for grabs are electric motorbikes and even fake human skin used to highlight the androids’ metallic structure. The auction presents a unique chance for collectors to own a part of Westworld’s captivating universe.

Westworld, created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, premiered in 2016, drawing viewers into a world where android “hosts” populate a Wild West-themed amusement park. Despite its initial acclaim, declining ratings led to the show’s cancellation, leaving fans and cast members disappointed. However, the auction offers a silver lining for fans, providing them with an opportunity to hold onto the magic of Westworld.