This probably isn't posted to the correct board, but I'm not sure where else to put it, and I think people will find it interesting regardless. I love Disneyland. And I love abandoned places, the way they're so quickly turned back over to mother nature. But Disney is far too successful to abandon any of their parks (except maybe River Country) But fortunately, there's another option. Apparently in the 60s, the Japanese opened a theme park called "Dreamland". It's a blatant knockoff of Disneyland, including a mainstreet, train station, castle, monorail, and very bizarre, low quality versions of some of the rides. Matterhorn, Jungle Cruise, Teacups. It's all there. After Disneyland Tokyo came to town, Dreamland quickly shut down and has been left abandoned. Looking at photos of it are wildly eerie. But I find it endlessly interesting. Let me know what you guys think.