Kilchurn Castle, Scotland
1. Kilchurn Castle, Scotland
Built in the mid-1400s, Kilchurn Castle has served as the home to some of the most powerful people in Scotland. But despite its striking location, it was abandoned in the 1700s and remains to be only a prime photography location.
2. Bodiam Castle, England
Built in the 14th-century East Sussex (England) to protect the area against the French, the castle survived several wars before it was finally abandoned. Today, it stands as a popular tourist attraction in England.
3. Witley Court, Worcestershire, England
The 19th century palatial Witley Court never managed to fully recover to its former glory after the devastating fire of 1937. After some restoration to the huge estate, this otherwise abandoned place now serves as a tourist place. Visitors can wander through the gardens and see the large fountain of Perseus and Andromeda.