I had been to Church street station before so after our visit to Seaworld I thought it would be nice to eat something over here.
We arrived there and parked (for a flat fee) and walked into the area. That was a desillusion because it was a construction area. Almost no people around only some people which were asking for money.
It wasn't feeling good walking around there, we just shot a picture of the steam engine which was still there and left a few dollars poorer in less then a half hour.
So before you decide to go there be sure to check if construction has finished.
Centerpiece of the rejuvenated downtown Orlando historic district, the Church Street Station Complex offers a complete shopping, dining, and entertainment complex.
It includes a Victorian-style shopping mall, themed restaurants, a food court.
Church street Station,Best at night
It is a lively night spot with bars and shops.There is an entence fee onto the station but lots to see in there.
Of you like Ghost trains you must visit Terror on Church Street Station.It is full of supprises!Not for the week hearted!
“Church street station” is placed in the downtown, and looks like small city from western movies. There were few bars, shops, and of course old train station…