Gerald D. Hines Water wall park is one of Houston, Texas's most photographed site, it is a fountain in the shape of a wall that has water rushing on the inside and outside. The fountain uses recycled water and pumps 78,500 gallons of water every three hours. The little 3-acre park is used for strolling and picnicking by many families in the area. The lush green space can be used for free play. Visitors can get a little sprinkle in the Summers. The park was previously known as Williams water wall due to adjacent Williams tower, but the it was later named after architect, Gerald D. Hines.
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