Abandoned amusement parks
Outlived their amusement parks fascinated by its beauty. In these desolate places, filled with mysticism and mystery, once rested, adults and children's laughter was heard.
Amusement parks back in the XX century is a favorite place for a pleasant family holiday. However, as time goes on and this shift came other parks - bright, tech, with new heroes for children. "Old Guard" was simply unable to compete with them. Many of the buildings were closed and demolished to make way for shopping malls, while others were thrown out of debt. However, those that remain, are reminiscent of the once old days, when there having fun, adults and children.
Abandoned and ruined parks are filled with a special energy, they could be a great place for the filming of a thriller. Walking through this mysterious place, I want to look in every corner, to sit on each attraction, because there used to be boiled whole life.
We suggest you walk through the 10 most spectacular parks, whose years and erstwhile fame already long gone.
amusement park Six Flags New Orleans, USA
Amusement Park Six Flags, located in New Orleans, was deserted in 2005 because of the infamous Hurricane Katrina almost completely destroyed the city. Since then, little has changed and the park remains closed, despite attempts by the owners to return their offspring to life.
Amusement Park, Pripyat, Ukraine
Ferris wheel in Pripyat now can be called a hallmark of the city. Amusement park was due to open May 1, 1986, five days after the accident, but it was not to happen.
Spree Park Planets Vaild, Berlin, Germany
In 1969, on the banks of the Spree in the south-east of the city built an amusement park with rides, restaurants and green spaces. After the unification of the two sides of Berlin Park has lost its relevance because of the lack of funding closed. Now here the word took Mother Nature: most carousels surrounded by grass and bushes, and from this the park began to look really mysterious.
Gulliver's Travels Park Kawaguchi, Japan
Japanese theme park Gulliver's Kingdom was established in the vicinity of Mount Fuji in 1997 on the public funds, but lasted only 4 years. The reason for its collapse will serve not only the financial problems of investors and the unpopularity of the visitors, but the original "bad" place - located near the plant, which produced sarin for the infamous sect Aum Senriko and the most famous place of pilgrimage of all accidents - Forest suicides.
Dadipark Dadizel, Belgium
Dadipark was opened in 1950 under the influence of the local pastor Gaston Deweer. It was one of the most accessible and cheapest parks. Several times he tried to recover, but the accident occurred in 2000. In 2002, the owners of the park announced that it will be rebuilt, but the park has since only empty.
Takakonuma Green Land, Japan
Abandoned amusement park "Takakonuma Green Land". The first amusement park in Fukushima. It was closed in 1999
Dzhoylend, Texas, USA
The history of the park began in 1933, when Lester Ottovey bought a miniature railway and decided to create a mobile amusement park. After Lester's death in the mid-50s a family business managed by his three sons. Ten years later, the brothers sold the park to other owners - couples Nelson. However, in 2003, the park had to close, and then resell. Summer 2006 was the last for the park, and since then it gradually render habitable parkurschiki, graffiti artists and other representatives of subcultures.
Nara Dreamland Park, Japan
Amusement Park "Nara Dreamland" was opened in 1961, and at the end of the 90 closed due to lack of funding. In this area, roller coaster, carousel, castle, water slides, arcade and many other buildings. Clean, quiet, almost no graffiti, the whole environment and the equipment remained in the buildings.
Chippewa Lake Park, Ontario, USA
Park Chippewa Lake was built in 1875 by Edward Andrews and was a rather large playground with multiple attractions, until finally was not redeemed in 1898, Beach family. The new owners have invested a lot of money in the park, set up rides, set up advertising, and he began to make a profit, taking advantage of great popularity in the 1920s. Then, with the development of industry, amusement parks, and the increased competition of the public interest in it gradually faded, until the park is not closed in 1978.
About 30 kilometers to the northwest of Beijing among the cornfields and houses towering ruins of the fairy-tale castle, which adornment largest amusement park in Asia - Wonderland, which was never built. In 1998, there was a conflict between developers and farmers who refused to sell their property.