Urbex UK

SEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND

Chinese Millionaires Abandoned Mansion, Shropshire
The abandoned mansion was owned by a Chinese millionaire named Jason Tsai. He was the founder of Entagroup...
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Abandoned 16th Century Tudor Hotel
The current abandoned hotel building was built in the reign of Elizabeth I and is of Tudor style structure....
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Lisburn Thread Mill, Ireland
The History Scotsman John Barbour moved to Lisburn in 1784 to start a thread-making business, which...
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The Social Club, Gloucestershire
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to find any information about this place other than it was literally...
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The Unexplained Death House, Worcestershire
Not much is known about the actual property. 7 years ago there was a man living on the property in a...
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The Freaky Couples House, Worcestershire
Unfortunately I couldn’t find any information on this place. From the outside it looks like your...
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What Does Urbex Mean?

Urbex is an abbreviation of ‘Urban Exploring’. The act of urban exploring is going into abandoned and dilapidated buildings that are often fenced off or hidden away from the general public.

Photography and documenting the history of the buildings/areas are the two main reasons why people get into the hobby. There are currently dozens of active online communities where explorers share their photos and let everyone know about the history behind the photos.

You might of heard the quote “Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footprints” and that is something the vast majority of explorers live by.

Below you can find answers to some of the most common questions explorers get asked.

How Do You Find Abandoned Places?
One of the most common questions we get on Instagram is “How can I find abandoned places near...
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Is Urban Exploring Illegal?
In the UK many people think urbex is highly illegal. When you’re on someone else’s property...
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Is Urban Exploring Dangerous?
Safety should be your number one priority when you’re thinking about entering a building. You...
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