I’ve been out of the exploring game for a while now. I finally had a free weekend and a couple of people to go with so I got out. We went to a couple of places, with this one being the first. This place, an abandoned dinner show, has recently been receiving increased traffic because of someone posting a YouTube video about it. It closed down in December 2013 and there were a couple of pieces written about it in the Orlando Sentinel. It is weird to think that a couple of miles down the road, a similar place is thriving. I mean, Disney will conquer all smaller attractions in Kissimmee, but a similar place is doing so much better.
It is fairly clean, power and water are on, but it is just hot as all hell. It is a fairly big complex and even had a set of stables outside because their dinner show involved horses. I enjoyed this place because I remember taking a field trip here as a kid with my elementary school. Anyways, enjoy. I’ll be posting another set up soon.
My favorite picture. This is in the middle of the pit where they had the performers and the horses do their show. It is just massive in here.
The horses that adorn the outside of the attraction still stand.
The ticket booth is still intact.
Had to do a little group photo out in front of the big door.
Tools and such were left over, sitting in this room.
All kinds of gift shop trinkets and promotional material, such as this poster, were left sitting on the floor in different rooms.
The power was still on.
Having some fun with their Christmas Costumes.
Good ol' American Flag.
Christmas supplies were everywhere because this place closed down in December of 2013.
Just me sitting at the table, by myself.
Friends decided to join!
A locker room where the performers would get ready.
The kitchen was empty, still had some fridges and such.
The banquet room aka the Unicorn Room
There was alcohol in the locked case, including some Bombay Sapphire. The keys to open it were right there as well.
The entrance hall.
One big air conditioner.
The gift shop area.
The tech booth. Repping that Flurbex.
The stable area was pretty big. It looked like it housed over 30 horses.