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Trip Planner: USA / Texas / Texas Gulf Coast / Houston / Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park
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.
Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park reviews
Fun photo op minutes away from The Galleria! It was packed during spring break, have to pay for parking in the garage. Spent less than 20 minutes here but it was a nice stop to see!
Fun photo op minutes away from The Galleria! It was packed during spring break, have to pay for parking in the garage. Spent less than 20 minutes here but it was a nice stop to see! more »
We enjoyed our visit! Recommended as a quick photo op before heading to Houston Galleria for some shopping! Paid parking is available in the garage.
We enjoyed our visit! Recommended as a quick photo op before heading to Houston Galleria for some shopping! Paid parking is available in the garage. more »
This such a welcoming Park! With people laughing and playing from every corner, to a musician playing ambient music. The park is incredibly clean, which I will give huge props to and that! The waterfall, which is the main attraction has a great community of people coming to, photographers photographing, families taking memories, and people having a great time. I sure loved my trip, and I hope come back here anytime soon!
This is such a dope spot! You have to pay about 6 bucks for parking in the visitor parking for Williams Tower but it's beyond worth it. Some of the lawn is off limits right now due to sod taking root but it detracts very minimally from the entire thing. The scope of this is hard to put into words and is easily missed in photos. It's quite breathtaking and the light mist from the wall is kinda perfect. If you have the time and gumption, definitely stop here for an hour and get some great shots and cool smiles.
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