Church. I have no problems with religious people, but interacting with them, especially the very extremely religious ones, I find it uncomfortable.
This local dive bar, where most of the patrons are alumnis from my school, that are still living here or stuck around here. I don't really know any of them personally aside from maybe mild recognition. But I just don't really want to see any of them or any of them to see me. Ironically enough, the name of that bar is called The "something something" Church.
A nice dog park I use to go to when I lived on the other side of town. Now it's been taken over as a homeless tent city with several hundred homeless living there. It's literally a heroin and meth slump. It is very sad and depressing to look at whenever I drive past. Nothing is done about it. No help is offered. When help is offered rarely, it's turned down.
If I'm invited to go somewhere I often push myself a little, so I don't think I'd flat out refuse to go somewhere.
I prefer darkish quiet places with few people though (like restaurants and stuff). Probably wouldn't go to a nightclub or a stadium or something with a lot of people making a lot of noise since I get panicky.
Someone mentioned skydiving, I think that's scary yeah, though I have done parasailing once a long time ago and it felt nice, though that's a lot less scary obviously.
I also hate going to the beach and haven't done for like 15 years or something. The sand, the salt, the humidity, the embarrassment of wearing swimsuits, plus I never managed to learn how to swim and almost drowned once.
I used to go to a book fair that was held every year, which was always very crowded, and crowded places make me really uncomfortable, but no one really buys books anymore, so it's pretty boring. I remember getting tons of used comics from there. It was like hunting for treasure lol.
I feel very uncomfortable going out alone nowadays I almost get paralyzed at the idea of going anywhere alone. I only do it if I really have to, and have to prepare days ahead to be in the right headspace, because I get too confused seeing people and streets and stuff (feels like information overload and my brain just shuts down and wants to hide). It sucks because I feel like I need months or years of painful exposure just to get back to the levels of anxiety I had like 10 years ago, which never feels worth it anymore really.
I don't tend to go to most places due to SA etc but I'm not sure about refusing outside of that.
My brother seemed to think it would be a bad idea for me to go to Russia lol when that randomly came up in some conversation (because of the climate there towards LGBT+ people.) But I'm pretty sure I could blend in most places if I wanted to. I don't want to be surrounded by people who don't get me/dislike me though, which is part of why I avoid everyone everywhere but being invisible is a different thing and has pros/cons. Obviously I would avoid countries that are very misogynistic/sexist as well. Not going anywhere with a dress code that doesn't suit me either.
Countries: I'm a pretty open person- as I've been to parts of the Middle East Gulf Region (controversial to the average person). As long if there isn't widespread life-threatening violence and diseases, then I'm fine.
Public spaces: Water Parks, Clubs/bars (only been to 2 in my life), Anything that is overly crowded
I've always had a fear of old abandoned mines. Out here in the Western USA they're all over. I watch Youtube videos people have posted about exploring old mines and it just gives me the willies just watching those.