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Tranquility Park, Houston

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • From the other reviews, it sounds like this park has gone through some very scary times. Yet when we were there, it seemed fine and safe. We were there early on a Sunday morning, so the whole area was...  more »
  • Do not let the negative reviews scare you away. My friend and I came across this park when exploring downtown Houston and thought it was very neat. The fountains were running and I was very glad to ha...  more »
  • I recommend all to participate in this event. it a great way to kick off the holiday spirit with the family.  more »
Google
  • This was my first visit here and I found it to be very calm and beautiful. I didn't see any homeless people and it seemed very clean. There's seating right by the water and there were people having a picnic. The only reason I gave it a 4 star and not 5 is because my husband said some parts smelt like horse manure and stale urine. I didn't agree. :)
  • Well manicured lawn, trees, landscaping. Clean and well kept. Water wall is pretty cool. Had low expectations, looking for somewhere unique to take out of town guests. Spent half hour walking and enjoying the large, encompassing sound inside the fountain. Worth a one-time visit if in the area.
  • Good name for tranquil space on West side of downtown Houston. Bordering City Hall & the theater district. Calming fountains, paths, green spaces. On street parking, or park in the garages underneath.
  • Would be a nice place if it weren't for the downtown vagrants. Sometimes nice and relaxing but more times than not pretty scary.
  • This place is trash. Every time I pass by there are a ton of homeless loitering around. I saw one naked once. I saw one shooting up heroin or something on the bench a few weeks ago. The worst thing is that it's right there on Smith Street, next to city hall, the federal court, and the rail stop. It needs a serious makeover. The walls around it certainly don't help.