List of defunct amusement parks

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

Africa

Egypt

Rwanda

  • Kigali Park, Rwanda

Tanzania

Asia

Mainland China

Hong Kong SAR

Iran

Japan

Malaysia

  • Mimaland (1975-1994)
  • Desa Water Park, Kuala Lumpur (2000-2016)
  • Wet World Wild Adventure Park Batu Feringgi, Penang (2013-2014)
  • Sand City Water Park Tanah Merah, Kelantan

Philippines

Singapore

Taiwan

  • Encore's Garden, Dakeng (?–1999)
  • Katoli World, Dakeng (1983–1999)

Thailand

Vietnam

Europe

Belgium

Bulgaria

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

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

Ireland

  • Celtworld, Tramore, County Waterford (1992–1995)

Italy

  • Aquapark, Zambrone (1989–2006)

Netherlands

Russia

Spain

Turkey

  • Tatilya (1996–2006)

Ukraine

  • 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

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Isle of Man

Scotland

Wales

Estonia

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

North America

Canada

Mexico

Mexico City

  • Plaza Show, Lago de Guadalupe, Dinosaur Park is now a university, UVM Lago de Guadalupe (1980–1989)

Monterrey

  • Mundo de Adeveras (2005–2009)

United States of America

Oceania

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

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