The Jupiter Dungeon
Take a 360-degree panoramic walk through of the abandoned Jupiter Dungeon on Jupiter Island in South Florida. There are twenty-three panoramic images in the virtual tour below so make sure to click through and view them all! Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
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Here are some 360-degree images by our friends at Oleka
About the abandoned South Florida property
Located in Jupiter, Florida this location is known locally as the Jupiter Dungeon but some call it the Piatt Place after the owner Jack Piatt. The “Dungeon” gets its name because the property is an unfinished underground parking garage that gives off a creepy kind of vibe even during the day. Some people even say its haunted 😱.
Jack purchased the property back in the the late 80s when it was just a half finished plaza. Originally starting in the early 1980s, the project was called Calle Viejo or Old Street and was planned to be a hotel with shops and restaurant. The hotel was set to be a multi-story building with a restaurant that could seat around 190 guest, a small café, bar, boutique shops all with parking underground and possibly even on the ground level to accommodate all the guests vehicles.
As you can see from the images, the property has been abandoned for a while and Mother Nature has begun her takeover. There are plants and trees growing strong with on banyan tree growing through an opening in the parking garage ceiling. The floors are covered in sand and mud, spray paint cans scattered around along with food and beverage trash. The walls are painted with various graffiti over the many years with people painting over each other’s work.
Currently the property is now owned by the city of Jupiter and is regularly patrolled by local law enforcement and in areas has plenty of no trespassing signs. Therefore, enter at your own risk and be prepared with the right gear.
Here is an 8K 360VR video of the abandoned Florida location
Other locations you might find interesting if you like locations with graffiti, The River Preserve, Quinta de los Ruiz, or the Charles Wilson House. You can also check out our top abandoned places in Florida page.
Do you have 360-degree panoramic images captured in an abandoned location? Send your images to Abandonedin360@gmail.com. If you choose to go out and do some urban exploring in your town, here are some safety tips before you head out on your Urbex adventure.
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