The Williams Waterwall, also known as the Geral D. Hines Waterfall Park, is one of the most interesting (and FREE) landmarks you can visit while in Houston. This multi-story sculptural fountain serves as the cornerstone of Uptown Houston, sitting just opposite of Williams Tower (trust us, you can't miss it).
Incredible to gaze at, this waterwall sits at 64 feet high and recirculates 11,000 gallons of water per minute. The entire 'waterfall park' take us about 2.75 acres, holding 186 live oak trees around it. The park is 25 years old.
'The Williams Waterwall has been and will be the community center piece for uptown Houston' - UptownDistrict
The Uptown Houston District itself serves as the nation's 14th largest mixed-use business center, so be sure to look around a bit and see what day to day life in Houston is like! There are also plenty of great eateries around to grab a bite to eat, or you can opt-in to set out a picnic set up at the park.