Michigan Central Station in Detroit was once the tallest train station in the world but it was abandoned in 1988.
Disney’s River Country was the first waterpark in Walt Disney World however it closed in 2001. A deadly bacteria means the area is firmly off limits.
Whalom Park was an amusement park in Massachusetts which was open for 107 years before closing in 2000. It remained abandoned until 2006 when it was demolished.
Disney’s Discovery Island was a popular attraction at Walt Disney World in Florida but closed when the similarly themed Animal Kingdom was opened in 1999.
The Glenn Dale Hospital in Maryland began life as a tuberculosis sanitorium before becoming a facility for the criminally insane.
Rolling Acres Mall in Akron was once one of the biggest malls in Ohio however the stores began to move out and it was left abandoned.
The Six Flags New Orleans theme park, formerly Jazzland, in Louisiana lies abandoned following the devastating destruction of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.