Located in the 18-acre landscaped Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park, a visit to the Williams Waterwall is the perfect place to get away from the traffic and noise of the city. Visitors can relax on park benches with a picnic lunch or bask in the cool breeze under an old Oak tree while enjoying the soothing sounds and pristine beauty of the waterwall. The man-made attraction is quite powerful, with 11,000 gallons of water per minute gushing over a silver semicircular 64-foot wall and creating a waterfall effect. The height of the waterwall symbolizes the 64 stories of the Williams Tower, which it sits opposite of.
In front of the waterwall is a stone wall with a triangular pointed top and three open arch doorways. Walk through the doorways for a unique experience inside the waterwall to really feel its power and see its beauty up close. At night, this becomes a popular place for couples as the darkness enhances the ambience.