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Water Wall, Houston
(4.4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Standing more than 18 m (60 ft) tall, Water Wall 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. Work out when and for how long to visit Water Wall and other Houston attractions using our handy Houston vacation generator.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is for sure a site to see - this huge waterwall makes you feel small and you can just stand there and watch it much like beautiful art come to life. Also great photo opp. Stunning pictures here p...  more »
  • Watching the water cascade down the side of the wall is quite hypnotic. The spray is also very refreshing no a how day 
  • Very interesting site to visit. Took about an hour to take it in and take all the scenic pictures. On the description it states that it was inspired by the ancient Roman theater. Recommend this site, ...  more »
Google
  • A great fun place to relax and picnic with friends and family. We can't get enough of it.
  • One of the most amazing visits in Houston although parking was ridiculous and the worked for parking was rude