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10 Amusement Parks so Weird They Failed


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Jan 2, 2016
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10 Amusement Parks so Weird They Failed

By Ryan Boyd / Arts & Culture / Fodor’s Travel / www.fodors.com / April 15, 2020

“Rest in Parks.

Some things, like Father’s Day presents or your refrigerator’s crisper drawer or amusement parks, are built with the best intentions, only to end in complete calamity (Dad, if you’re reading this, sorry about the 21-Gun Salute to Steve McQueen. I hope that we can find closure eventually.). These amusement parks have since fallen into glorious disrepair, but it wasn’t always so–they also baffled and upset children while their gates were still open. Here are 10 of the weirdest now-deceased amusement parks in the world....”


Gulliver’s Kingdom, Yamanashi, Japan
Photo: Mandias / flickr.com


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Good post for Covid 19 Time .
Places that closed down in the past - so we can’t wish we could go see them now .

I thought Freedomland USA - Bronx NY (1960-1964 ) might make the list .
There is however nothing to see - the geography was redeveloped into housing
50 years ago (Coop City)

Did go there as a kid - one time .