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Fort Worth Water Gardens

1,656 Reviews

Fort Worth Water Gardens

1,656 Reviews
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Tony K wrote a review Oct 21
Moreno Valley, California508 contributions156 helpful votes
It’s a nice place to walk around, sit awhile and enjoy the day. Kids can only take so much of it because they want to play in the water...that’s just natural for them. I guess there is times they turn the water on as it wasn’t on when we first got there. So while walking around it came on.
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Date of experience: October 2020
scott r wrote a review Oct 17
Silver Spring, Maryland492 contributions156 helpful votes
No water in the main fountain, and absent that, it's a large concrete pit that at least you can walk down into, but.... The quiet pool would be restful, though a wedding occupied that. The third area did have water. Some 'mountains' to climb and it is a good place for photo ops. Overall though it kind of emphasizes the arid (perhaps lunar) nature of town center and hard by a blank convention center and railyard, this isn't (or wasn't, without people at play anyway) a destination per se. Still, as an example of brutalism - it is worth seeing.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TexasTransplant888 wrote a review Sep 2020
Crowley, Texas342 contributions64 helpful votes
We always take out of town guests to see the water Gardens. Iconic, unique, wonderful experience. Great photo op. Will continue to visit this place forever.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Deanna C wrote a review Aug 2020
South Bend, Indiana35 contributions4 helpful votes
This was a nice little water garden for a downtown area. We enjoyed our stroll. Just know it’s more of a quick-stroll kind of place rather than its own destination. Check it out if you’re in the area, but don’t travel there for it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
dudpa wrote a review Jul 2020
Grand Junction, Colorado263 contributions61 helpful votes
This was on my list of "to do" in Ft Worth - it was a disappointment to be sure. The 2 main large areas had no water whatsoever in them!! The other displays were nice, but I was wondering what would be wrong to have water going and let people come down on a hot summer day and cool off? There were historic buildings in the area to photograph, and it was sad how deserted the streets were - people can still walk around in spite of the virus!!! There were 3 or 4 other groups of people wandering around in the water park, and I could tell they were disappointed as well. Only a couple homeless people, one lady tried to engage me, but no one really bothered me. Police presence was evident, bike officer was giving out parking tickets LOL. I asked him about a particulare building and he looked up the history of it on his phone for me, so I was appreciative of him going th extra mile.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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