Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park, Houston

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Standing more than 18 m (60 ft) tall, Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park recirculates more than 4,000 li (1,057 gal) of water per minute. The architecture of the wall behind the water features a semicircle with water cascading down the structure's inner and outer walls. Be sure to step inside, where the deafening roar provides another perspective of this centerpiece of the city's business center. There is no fee to visit the wall, but be mindful of posted opening and closing hours. To avoid parking fees, park your car at the nearby mall for free and walk over. Our Houston online journey planner makes visiting Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park and other Houston attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Ever wonder where your famous instagramers took their twirling video/reel in an area surrounded by water?? It is here! The infamous Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park. I can literally sit here for... 
    Ever wonder where your famous instagramers took their twirling video/reel in an area surrounded by water?? It is here! The infamous Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park. I can literally sit here for...  more »
  • Beautiful, great photo spot for tourists and locals who have never been! Paid parking is available in the garage. Great spot to enjoy before heading to Galleria. A lot of people doing photo shoots... 
    Beautiful, great photo spot for tourists and locals who have never been! Paid parking is available in the garage. Great spot to enjoy before heading to Galleria. A lot of people doing photo shoots...  more »
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  • Very cool spot to hang out. Crowded but when I was there people were courteous enough to step aside to get a decent picture. Parking is in the garage across the street connected to the Williams Tower so quick walk over. I was just passing through and wanted to make a quick stop. Definitely worth it.
  • Peaceful place for sitting, playing, bringing the pet, park and wander. The 'waterfall' is an amazing art piece. It is best described as phantasmagorical. There are 2 sides 2 it. One large waterfall and then many small ones. From a distance it looks from a Roman period or even Atlantis (?) This located near a lil sandwich shop and a hotel and just a few blocks from the Galleria. There is a parking garage here but if you are up for the walk, park free at he Galleria.

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