A bunker that was meant to be used by former President John F. Kennedy during the Cold War in Palm Beach County, Fla., is permanently closing.

The bunker will close its doors Sunday in the wake of an long-fought debate over who would run the historic site.

"It could be one of the tourism meccas in South Florida," Manuel Almira, director of the Port of Palm Beach told NBC- WPTV.

"This is actually where he would have run the free world from," Anthony Miller, who currently runs the bunker on the island, told the outlet as they received one of the last tours to be held at the historical landmark.

"It's a great piece of history, so we hope it continues that way in the future," he added.

Following years of reported feuds over the landmark and its condition, the lease of the property to Maritime Businesses, Anthony Miller's company, is not being renewed following its Oct. 31 expiration date.

The JFK bunker closure comes on the same weekend that President Trump said he would release the classified documents related to the assassination of Kennedy in 1963.