Back in China, there used to be plenty abandoned places to explore. I spent my summer as a child at my mother's hometown, which was a farm village. The houses were pretty cool, made out of Stone, mud and straw. It was all really traditional like you would see in a documentary. However last I was there the whole village was getting modernized. .. It's a shame. I hope the old shacks at the farm fields still exist.
My own heart is an abandoned place that I wish someone would visit.
Make a tourist pamphlet listing the local attractions.
I haven't been to an "abandoned place", but I did one time find this place under the highway where there was a bunch of weird graffiti. The area was really over grown, but you could still see a lot of the graffiti. There were lots things under there talking about existence and if there was a god or not.I never knew graffiti could be so deep.
as a kid i loved finding old abandoned houses and "exploring" them, never found anything remarkable, they only had broken windows and bad graffitis (and newspaper if hobos slept there) but it was awesome at the time…
i went into an abandoned school once
sat on a trampoline surrounded by bunch of chairs :/
Only creepy-ish thing was this one dark room
We demolished and harvested scrap wood from this one house not far from our property. It had a bunch of shit from the 70's, and we would throw shit and break it against the wall or just sledgehammer a wall if we felt like it. All we needed was some guns and beer and it would have been super awesome. We made apple preserves out of the apple tree close by.