People tend to check in during these times:
This landmark is a cool & refreshing oasis that attracts visitors and locals in droves. Designed by local architects in 1985, the amazing wall of water drops thousands of gallons 64 feet every minute.
Cool your heels! No ordinary fountain, the two-sided, 64-foot-high wall of cascading water creates a thunderous roar, a mesmerizing visual effect, and a cooling mist. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
This waterwall is also a WiMAX hotspot – get online and check out the history of this popular Houston attraction: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_D._Hines_Waterwall_Park
I love this fountain!
Nice place , take ur family for a food time
Visitor parking free on Sunday
Love the water wall! Perfect for pictures, picnics, etc. Gets really crowded on weekends - go during the week!
Pretty cool public bathing structure.
Last of the mohicans .... Spray of mist... :-)
Beautiful for photo op
This attraction is always flooded with tourists and locals trying to take pictures for weddings and quinceñeras. Make sure you're careful not to get too close our you will get wet!
The water doesn't run when it's cold out. Leave this activity for a warm day.
Love it!!! Can sit here fr hours!!
If you get wet, dry off by taking a stroll around the adjacent grassy park. Bring a camera to snap this icon by day or when the Wall lights up at dusk.
Steer clear around prom time, it's a hot spot for prom and quince' photos. But the sights are refreshing.
reminds me of an Oasis song "cuz after all your my water wall . . " ;)
This is a nice place 2 go 2 & look @ water on a wall.
Free parking at the Galleria's garages - the Red lot is the closest to the park.
29 miles from ELS
Turned off while the city is enforcing water restrictions. Stupid drought :(
Why don't you try going when it isn't rush hour...
A monumental occurrence to complement this multi-story sculptural fountain - Join the March on 7.7.11 #MiracleDay
Perfect park to go n chill in uptown houston. Lay in the grass, plenty of trees for shade or even cool off with their humungo waterfall. Love this park