KISSIMMEE, Fla. - The Arabian Nights dinner attraction in Osceola County is closing Tuesday night after 25 years in operation.
"We've had to grieve as a family," said owner Mark Miller. "We've been happy as a family. We had a wedding take place during the show."
The owner told Channel 9 he's already received four offers for the property, so something new could be coming to the spot on Highway 192.
The problem was it was costing more to run the shows than they were bringing in, so Miller said he made the difficult decision to close.
Most of the stars of the show and the staff have already found work, the owner said. Many of them, however, have been very emotional about Arabian Nights closing.
Worker Keely Clark can't remember a time when the dinner show wasn't a part of her life.
"My mom worked here before I was born, so I was born into it I guess you could say," Clark said.
"I've always been a glass is
The two shows scheduled for Tuesday are sold out.
More than 10 million guests have taken part in the performances over 25 years.