Gerald Hines Water Wall ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 2800 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-7138508841
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Landmark, Waterfall, Monument, Family And Kids, Fountain, Skyscrapper
Gerald Hines Water Wall Park - Review
There may be many parks in Houston but none other includes a giant 64 foot tall man made wall of water, now does it? This awesome fountain or monument; whatever you want to call it, it an unusual and fun thing to see in the city of Houston.
Close to the business center, it has the prestigious background of Houston’s most impressive sky-scrapers. Moreover, it is also surrounded by verdant oak trees that along with the cascading water make a rather calming, meditative atmosphere within the busy business district.
Do visit this tranquil place if you are anywhere in the vicinity. It looks especially gorgeous when lit up in yellow lights in the evenings.
Gerald Hines Water Wall Park Information
- Alcoholic beverages are not permitted here.
- You cannot use tripods to photograph this monument.
- You are not allowed to play any sports at this park.
How To reach Gerald Hines Water Wall Park by Public Transport
- Post Oak Boulevard and Alabama Street
Restaurants Near Gerald Hines Water Wall Park
- Chilli’s grill and bar
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gerald Hines Water Wall Park
73.6% of people who visit Houston include Gerald Hines Water Wall Park in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
52.62% of people start their Gerald Hines Water Wall Park visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Gerald Hines Water Wall Park
94.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gerald Hines Water Wall Park
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Gerald Hines Water Wall Park, Houston Reviews
Very tranquil place. The sound of the water falling brings a good peace to the soul. You can walk to here from the famous Galleria mall. I highly recommend passing by to take some picture and get a better view at on if Houston's tallest building facing towards the waterwall. Bring your dog or other half, but come before night time because it does get turned off after a certain time. Enjoy!
This is a must see for visitors and natives alike. Looking at it from the car is okay, but park and walk in for the true Water Wall experience. You will not soon forget the sensory overload of 11,000 gallons of water cascading around you! Great lawn area out front for play, shade trees along each side with benches and so many wonderful photo opportunities. There is a parking garage that is reasonably priced. You could also walk over from the Galleria.
I love the Water Wall & the adjacent park. It's a nice break from the Uptown hustle. It's a popular tourist and photography spot. Go on a weekday, less crowded for better pictures. As well admire the architecture of the William's Tower.
This is one of the wonders of Houston that you have to check out. Great place to bring visitors to the city. The parking has gotten tricky over the years with all the construction in the area, if you plan to spend a good amount of time here, I'd suggest parking at the galleria and walking over.
Awesome place to visit. It recycles 11,000galwater/sec. Amazing job on the project whoever worked on the project. Park itself is very big considering it’s in downtown Houston. Plenty of space to bring your pets. I think this water park one of the unique places to visit when you are in Houston. Lot of people are doing photo shoots for graduations or sweet sixteen. Many people were visiting with their families. There were enough benches to sit on. You can also sit on grass. Both sides of the water wall has water flowing but inside was the most spectacular!! Be careful with all the construction going on in that area. Most likely you will have to park in paid parking garage near water park but it wasn’t very expensive.