Several businesses in the Alamo Plaza are closed for good in order to make way for the new Alamo Visitor Center and Museum. The Guinness World Records Museum, Tomb Rider, and the Ripley's Haunted Adventure shut down on Labor Day after having been in business for more than 20-years. All three were owned by Phillips Entertainment, which is trying to figure out some way to keep the 150 workers with the company. Other business closures are scheduled for later this year. The Alamo Visitor Center and Museum is expected to generate 600-million-dollars in tax revenues for the state.