24 Tourist Attractions That No Longer Exist

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hatednyc : *THE BATHER!* I have this absolute fear and attraction for very large statues. (Especially the massive Heads). Equal parts marvelous and downright FREAKY

You Make Me Laugh : I wanna know more about the closed chocolate center!😕🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫

J DEVINCI : That lady chillin in the water might be the scariest thing I've ever seen

Todd's Kitchen : *After photos would have been nice*

michael Longford : Great video, not even heard about most of them, makes it more interesting that they don't exist anymore.

H/C Knight : I was on the bridge of locks in Paris 2010. Very cool idea.

Magdalena Koh : Wow great picks! Thank you for sharing

silvershadow : idk why but I really want to go see dadi park and see all the creepy abandoned rides

Miggi so bad : Cool

Desu with my Waifu : That huge head freaks me out i have a fear of lifelike statues

Em Radford : Oh the amount of times I went to the Cadbury factory! (Yes, I grew up in Tasmania) You used to be able to get 10/15/20kg boxes of mixed chocolates for like $18!!!

Mark Grant : Am I the only one who's noticed that this YouTube page symbol looks like a hammer and sickle and uses the Communist colors.

microbusss : I have a souvenir from Heritage USA as a HO scale boxcar the Penn Station destruction started a whole preservation movement to save historical buildings

Mark Grant : The Cadbury Factory was shut down because all Cadbury chocolate is now made in China and is not the same quality it once was...

Shiribetsu : We either destroy or let it destroy itself.

Adrian Wulff of Wall Street : I feel like Mount Rushmore is going to be next

Kathie Pfister : #12 has some wrong pictures! The hands cave painting is from Cueva de las Manos located Perito Moreno, Argentina. The last two pictures are from the Lascaux cave in France.

David Parker : They flooded Guairá Falls (aka Iguazu Falls) in South America??? Those were, in my opinion, the most spectacular waterfalls in the world.

Dennis Cote : NH will always remember "The Old Man of the Mountain".

Lexia Velez : Better after photos would of been nice, better editing and also the reasons why for lots of these would of been great.... So i give this video a 4 out of 10

Anthony Ellis : This felt it was too rushed and not enough before/after pictures. Perhaps you could have done a video on lost theme parks that completely been demolished.

TheRocco96 : Thew twin towers of the WTC in New York should have beeen included in this lsit.

I'm good I'm done : Thumbnail 9:25

Dennis Cote : The most famous part of Heritage USA was the Tammy Faye Bakker face painting booth, strangely enough all the face paint clowns looked like Tammy. God bless Sam Kinison and hell has a place for you two Jim and Tammy when your time comes.


Madme Smith : Until you get rid of Grump i won't be coming to the usa.

- emily - : ew i hate the giant head in the water it's so spooky, even if it's just a head like i'd have a heart attack if i swam under and saw that she also had a whole body underwater, idk seeing things submerged in water creeps me out

Randy Scott : I have a picture under the tunnel tree

Jennifer GGreer : I wish the baths thing was still there, and that tree. that would've been great to visit.

Cody Rush : I'm not sure the Bather should be on this list as it was only there for ten days. By that logic, almost every museum exhibit and every movie that has ever hit theaters could also count.

Bill A : I'm sure there's a very good reason why they don't show Michael Jackson's former pedoland.

Paige Murphy : I will never go to any of these places. Life is short.

Alice Eley : You can still visit Cadbury's world in the UK

Max Malanaphy : I feel sad for the first couple few love lock lovers

Dylan Banko : In Forza Horizon 3 you can see the twelve opocles before they collapsed

Robbie33993 : Why do you use that main image...but it doesn’t appear in the video?

Romana Gustavo : Philippines has a a so-called "disneyland" but it never opened because of the owner's Financial Issue...

Aimee Pollock : What about places that won't exist for much longer? The Great Barrier Reef, for instance.

sdgakatbk : In the mid 1800's, there was Barnum's American Museum which burnt down in 1865. There was 1 sports stadium included in this. Okay, it was football, (or Soccer), and it makes sense that the one included would be for football. However, there are a lot of old stadiums just in the US which were very special that don't exist anymore just for baseball. For a separate video on that, I'd at least include the original Yankee Stadium in NY, Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, The Polo Grounds in NY, Shibe Park in Philadelphia, and Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. There were also three Madison Square Gardens before the current one in NYC.

John Ware : circus world, six gun terratory, weekie watchie, mystery fun house?

Sky Gamer15 : 9:25 you're welcome

Kristin Parks 10 Cute Moose : RIP GIANT TREE

Luke Vrooman : What about the twin towers

Syster Yster : lol, God broke his finger! :D Also... I'm sure global warming isn't true. That's not why the ice is melting... it's probably... hair dryers... or something. Yes. On a more serious note, I'd really have like to know WHY the things were taken down/closed. Very curious!

Bethany Lacy : Oh my god. I've lived in Connecticut for 3 years and I've questioned why they had a giant cross in waterbury on a random hill for like no reason, NOW I KNOW!!

William the communist : I'm guessing the tower of terror is in this list?

AnimeAph WCatsFNAF : Did the tower of terror in Disney World get changed to I saw a pic of that one

Mighty Rabbit : I hate when special places get removed or replaced for no reason except for being too fun and entertaining for people i mean why theres clearly a plenty of space! do something more useful government

Joey Diamond : 9:34 exactly my face when my feet can't reach the bottom. :D

URoRRuR'R'R : If they no longer exist then why are we seeing them in this video ?