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The Fort Worth Water Gardens is a beautiful and refreshing oasis. Designed by Phillip Johnson, the Fort Worth Water Gardens is an architectural and engineering marvel to be enjoyed any time of the year. Visitors can experience a variety of water...more
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The Fort Worth Water Gardens are a variety of waterfalls that show some cool architecture. It's a nice place to go for a stroll or just to enjoy some quiet time. Would recommend to go if you have 15-30 mins.
Great place to relax, wind down, read the newspaper or book!
Always take pictures of loved ones and friends!
One can take a blanket to sit down on grassy areas and enjoy time with children playing.
This Water Garden makes you imagine you are in...More
I wish we had arrived earlier in the day when it would have been less crowded, although it wasn't horribly crowded. There is some parking on the street or a parking garage across the street.
Great place to photograph... the steps going down or back...More
We have gone many times, so that family that visit us sees it. It takes about 20 minutes to see it all and walk it. Its a must see attraction in Fort Worth, but not one of the best (Short attraction). Definitely great pictures to...More
We visited as the sun was setting as we arrived in Fort Worth late. We were greeted by strange homeless men and drunks who were making us feel on edge, so that why I don't recommend to visit as the sun goes down and the...More
With the new Trinity Metro train going to downtown Fort Worth, the Water Gardens were the first stop after passing through the T&P Station with its beautiful art deco ceiling. My six year old grandson was amazed to walk around and down into the water...More
We left this attraction as the last stop to visit in FW. Therefore, we came around 9 PM when it was dark, and unfortunately the waterfalls are not so well lit.
Anyway, I was amazed with them. The pics you see cannot bring you the...More
A very interesting water display. There are several sections although one is inactive during the winter months. The sound of the cascading water is very relaxing. The fountain display was also very nice.
Visited these water gardens on Christmas Eve 2018. There was not very many people about but this made the visit even better. It was quite quiet just the sound of trickling water. The water features were a delight to see, baying in different shapes and...More
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This place is awesome for kids unless they have any issues with vertigo. The final pool might be a little scary as there are no handrails. Phillip Johnson was the brilliant architect. It's a real oasis in the middle of the... More
This place is awesome for kids unless they have any issues with vertigo. The final pool might be a little scary as there are no handrails. Phillip Johnson was the brilliant architect. It's a real oasis in the middle of the city; there is even a small hidden area for almost-private sunbathing on the grass.