List of defunct amusement parks


The following is a list of amusement parks and theme parks that have been closed, demolished, or abandoned:

Africa


Umoja Children's Park, Tanzania

Egypt

South Africa

Rwanda

Tanzania

Asia


Mainland China

Hong Kong SAR

Indonesia

  • Wonderia, Semarang (200?–2017)
  • Kampung Gajah, Bandung (2010–2017)
  • Taman Remaja Surabaya, Surabaya (1971–2018)

India

Iran

Japan

The castle at Nara Dreamland in Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
Kejonuma Leisure Land in Osaki, Miyagi
Entrance of Kurashiki Tivoli Park

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Ho Thuy Tien water park, Vietnam (2017)

Taiwan

Thailand

Vietnam

Europe


Belgium

Dadipark

Bulgaria

The main entrance to Sofia Land, Sofia, Bulgaria

Denmark

Finland

France

The defunct ferris wheel at Spreepark, Berlin, Germany

Germany

The Swivel House in 1923, Lunapark, Berlin, Germany

Hungary

  • Budapesti Vidámpark (18??–2013)
  • Dunaújvárosi Vidám Park, Dunaújváros (1952–1993)[9]

Ireland

Italy

Netherlands

Portugal

  • Aqualine, Altura
  • Aquaparque, Lisboa (1989-1993)
  • Aquaparque Teimoso, Figueira da Foz (??-2018)
  • Atlântico Park, Loulé (??-2006)
  • Beja Aquática, Beja (??-1992)
  • Feira Popular de Lisboa, Lisboa (1943-2003)
  • FunCenter, Lisboa (1997-2013)
  • Ondaparque, Trafaria (1988-1996)

Russia

Spain

Turkey

  • Tatilya (1996–2006)

Ukraine

The Ferris wheel at Pripyat amusement park in Ukraine, still stands abandoned
  • Pripyat amusement park, Pripyat – abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster; the park's Ferris wheel, which is currently standing but not operating,[10] serves as a poignant reminder of the massive human effect of the disaster.[11]

United Kingdom

England
American Adventure in 1991, Derbyshire, England
The disused entrance for the Granada Studios Tour, Manchester, England

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Isle of Man
Scotland
Wales

Estonia

  • Kadrioru Lõbustuspark, Tallinn, (19??-2002)
  • Rocca al Mare tivoli, Tallinn, (1996-2006)

North America


Former main dock to Boblo Island Amusement Park, Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada
Sunnyside Amusement Park in 1931, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Canada

Mexico

Mexico City
Monterrey
  • Mundo de Adeveras (2005–2009)

United States

Oceania


The SegaWorld Sydney building in 1998, Sydney
Robson's Figure Eight in 1908. Dreamland, St. Kilda, Victoria
The roller coaster at Leisureland Fair, Langwarrin, Victoria
A scene at Wobbies World, Nunawading, Victoria
The King Neptune statue in 2012.

Australia

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Queensland
South Australia
  • Dazzleland, Adelaide Myer Centre (1991-1998) - located on the top floor of Rundle Mall's Myer Centre was a roller coaster, along with many other activities including a ball crawl
  • Luna Park, Glenelg (1930-1935) - the rides for this park were sent to Luna Park in Sydney upon its closure
  • Magic Mountain, Glenelg (1982-2004) - this popular park boasted four waterslides built into an artificial mountain; has since been demolished as part of a redevelopment of the foreshore and replaced by a new park called The Beachouse
  • Puzzle Park, Murray Bridge - adjacent to the Callington exit on the South East Freeway; now closed although many items of equipment still remain on the site[15]
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia

New Zealand

South America


Argentina

Brazil

Peru

See also


References