Creepiest Abandoned Amusement Parks in the World
Apple| | By Giana Brucella
Young or old theme parks have been a timeless attraction for people of all ages. Families have trekked all over the world for to get to the best parks, couples go for their honeymoon, or people just flock to them for a day of fun. As technology progresses, the amusements do as well. An example of a successful amusement park that everyone around the world has heard, is Disneyland located in Anaheim, California. The Disney parks continue to be a hub for all kinds of people as its rides and other features keep the heart of the original Disney, while successfully staying up to date with the new. One of its biggest attractions, and of the largest amusement parks in term of square footage, is Animal Kingdom. In terms of annual attendance, the largest is the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. It is has almost 20,500,000 annual visitors!
In addition to Disney, there are approximately 1500 other amusement parks throughout the world. However, there are only few that are as successful. Many have fallen victim to less attendants, which leads to bankruptcy, which then results in the park’s closure. But why do people stop coming? Well, customers have their reasons. Failing to entertain and freak accidents are just a couple of causes that contribute to a park’s demise.
Have you seen any of these closed amusement parks? After many years of decay, they get a bit creepy. Check out these 30 eerie abandoned parks throughout the world.