Dejarnette Children's Hospital
Some places have a few bed frames but surprisingly only like one or two kiddy wallpaper filled rooms. All the paint is peeling of the walls too which makes it feel extra spooky.
The little connector between the two buildings has some skylights but everything else is pitch black from all of the windows being boarded up.
The stairs in this place were normal except for the fencing to prevent people from trying to jump and kill themselves. In each building there are 3 (I think) stairs to make it easy to get around the place as long as you have an extremely good sense of direction. Not having windows makes you totally forget where you are in the building. Also the bottom floor doesn't go all the way into the other building making it extra confusing.
The top level of the northern building is extremely weird. You're walking up the stairs with them looking exactly as trashed as the other ones and you get to the door, it looks exactly the same as the other ones too. You open it and go out into a gravel floored room with roof supports scattered about and a little hole at the end. If you go out the hole then you can get roof access (after you crawl over the elevator motor.
In conclusion, this is a very interesting building. The history is quite fascinating along with the actual architecture of the building itself. People go in this building all the time but it's still trespassing. The Frontier Culture Museum owns it so talk to them if you'd like permission. There's also loads of asbestos in there so that's another danger. The best way to view it without trespassing would be from the Frontier Culture Museum entrance. That's the closest you can get without trespassing. While your there you might as well check out the museum for some U.S. history.