The abandoned Starlight Bowl in San Diego’s Balboa Park has an interesting history. Few abandoned places offer the level of beauty and history as does the Starlight Bowl. San Diego’s Balboa Park is home to this magical, now empty music bowl, and it is one of the most intriguing abandoned places I’ve ever explored.

Built with its original Ford Bowl name in 1935 for the California Pacific International Exposition, the amphitheatre has over the years hosted symphonies, musical theatre and some of the biggest names in rock music.

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