The Creepiest Abandoned Amusement Parks Ever

13. Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark

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Another fascinating example of an amusement park existing under communist rule, Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark opened in Dunaújváros, Hungary in May of 1952. Within three years, the park was home to a ferris wheel, carousel, shooting range, bowling alley, and other attractions.

While Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark ran successfully for decades, the fall of the Soviet Union was not kind to the government-funded park. It closed its doors in 1993, leaving its various attractions to rust as monuments to an era of Soviet prosperity.